Arts & Culture

Gas Station Arts Centre, Winnipeg
The GSAC is a cultural and performing arts centre in Winnipeg. This grant is for the purchase of a new lighting board console.
ArtJunktion Manitoba Inc., Winnipeg
This is a community-based, charitable organization committed to redistributing reusable materials. It is a leader in environmental sustainability initiatives and in Canada's art community. This grant helps the ArtHives program.
West End Cultural Centre, Winnipeg
The WECC is a strong and active member in the local arts community. This grant helped to purchase energy efficient stage lighting and new seating for the centre.
Selkirk Community Arts Council
SCAC has flourished and is recognized as a major art centre for the Interlake Region. Located in the old Selkirk Post Office. This grant assists with creating a useable kitchen area.
Manitoba Opera Association, Winnipeg
This grant assisted MOA with the touring production of "The Barber of Seville as styled by Al Simmons" for five performances in rural Manitoba.
Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra, Winnipeg
WJO promotes and develops big band jazz through performance, composition, recording and education. This grant assists with the purchase of a trailer to store their portable stage.
Prairie Mountain Regional Museums Collections
The PMRMC has been established to preserve, protect and interpret artifacts from the Prairie Mountain region of Manitoba. This grant assists with the construction of a licensed kitchen and food service establishment in the museum building.
Gimli Film Festival
GFF, is Manitoba's premier film festival. It exists to serve the general public as well as the local film community in variety of ways. This grant helps fund the Manitoba Project 2020 Film Production Fund.
Artspace, Winnipeg
This organization exists to provide stability for Manitoba arts and cultural organizations and practitioners. This grant helps to support the Northern, Rural & Indigenous arts organizations.
Manitoba Underground Opera, Winnipeg
MUOI was founded in 2008. They have earned a reputation for presenting professional opera singers in performances of classical works that are accessible to all audiences. This grant will assist with an opera for a children tour scheduled for July & August, 2019.