Arts & Culture

Winnipeg Jewish Theatre
WJT is a non-profit, Canadian, professional theatre company. Their mandate is to present of high artistic quality that broadly and reflects the rich diversity of the Jewish experience and to promote a better understanding of Jewish culture. This grant helps with the production of Narrow Bridge which premieres in 2020.
Manitoba Theatre for Young People Inc.,
MTYP is a professtional theatre company devoted to young people. This grant helps with the "Take a Seat" program. This program subsidizes the cost of tickets for children to attend the productions.
Royal Winnipeg Ballet
The RWB mission is to enrich the human experience by teaching, creating and performing outstanding dance. This grant helps the "Sharing Dance" program to motivate Canadians of all ages to participate in free, healthy, fun and creative dance activities.
Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights. This grant assists with the restoration costs for the Witness Blanket.
Prairie Debut Inc., Calgary
Prairie Debut, the only organization of its kind in Western Canada, facilities classical and cultural performances by world-class musicians for residents in rural and remote communities. This grant assists with the Manitoba component of the 2020 tour.
Hoosli Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Inc., Winnipeg
Hoosli is a cultural organization featuring a male vocal chorus performing traditional and contemporary music of the Ukraine. This grant assists with the purchase of new costumes.
Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre
RMTC exists to celebrate the widest spectrum of theatre art. They tour rural and northern Manitoba to facilitate exposure to professional theatre for isolated Manitobans. This grant helps for the 2020 regional tour in rural and northern Manitoba.
Rainbow Stage (1993) Inc., Winnipeg,
RS's mandate is the development of Manitoba talent on stage and back of stage. The grant has enabled children, who would not otherwise be able, to attend performances at Winnipeg's famous stage in Kildonan Park.
Pembina Hills Art Council Inc., Morden
PHACI facilitates and encourages the growth and diversity of arts and culture for the Pembina Valley Region. This grant helps to sponsor 12 art talks.
Plug in Institute of Contemporary Art, Winnipeg
Plug in Institute of Contemporary Art, Winnipeg
PICA is a contemporary art organization established in 1972. It focusses on projects such as architecture, film, photography & sound. This grant helps to purchase and install UV protective window film which will protect the art from exposure to sunlight.
Scandinavian Cultural Centre, Winnipeg
The Scandinavian Centre is a multi-cultural centre in Winnipeg, incorporated in 1961. They are home to five cultural groups representing the Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. This grant helps towards creating a mural that will be painted on their building to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the incorporation of the Scandinavian Cultural Centre.
Sarasvati Productions, Winnipeg,
SP's vision is to transform society through theatre. They operate a theatre company for the purpose of educating the public at large with respect to significant social issues; providing training to emerging artists; and experimenting with new forms of theatrical presentation. This grant helps with the "Seven Visions" project that gathers the stories of 76 indigenous youth working in partnership with seven community organizations.