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Elephant Artist Funding (EAR) for Calgary Artists

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Elephant Relief Funds for Calgary Artists

There are two main streams of funding available from EAR. Both have a maximum of $2500.

EAR Emergency Relief Funds are our standard funding program, available to Calgary-based visual artists.

Rebound Fund is a new, limited-time fund for artists working outside of the visual arts discipline (eg. music, theatre, film, etc).

Please read the guidelines before applying.


Emergency Relief Funds – For Visual Artists

EAR’s Emergency Relief Funds can provide assistance to any individual visual artist residing in Calgary who is in urgent need due to an unforeseen medical emergency or other catastrophic event.

Artists must conform to the following definition of a Professional Artist and be facing a crisis which could seriously impact their ability to proceed with their artistic practice.

    • has specialized training in the field (not necessarily in academic institutions)
    • is recognized as a professional by his or her peers (artists working in the same  artistic tradition)
    • is committed to devoting more time to artistic activity, if possible financially
    • has a history of public presentation in a professional context
    • is or her peers (artists working in the same  artistic tradition)
    • is committed to devoting more time to artistic activity, if possible financially
    • has a history of public presentation in a professional context

 

Rebound Fund – All Other Disciplines

EAR’s Rebound Fund can provide assistance to any individual artist working in any discipline other than visual arts residing in Calgary who is in urgent need due to an unforeseen medical emergency or other catastrophic event. Artists must conform to the following definition of a Professional Artist and be facing a crisis which could seriously impact their ability to proceed with their artistic practice.

  • has specialized training in the field (not necessarily in academic institutions)
  • is recognized as a professional by his or her peers (artists working in the same  artistic tradition)
  • is committed to devoting more time to artistic activity, if possible financially
  • has a history of public presentation in a professional context

http://www.elephantartistrelief.com/

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