A SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT ARTS SECTOR
This chart does not include the public art stream, which will be reported separately.
was invested through the Operating Grant Program, which provided one-time unrestricted funding to 22 non-profit arts organizations who had not previously received annual operating funding from Calgary Arts Development.
PROJECT GRANT, ORGANIZATIONS
invested in 38 projects
invested in 16 organizations through the Future Focus Program. In 2022 the Organization Structural Change program evolved into the Future Focus Program, a joint initiative co-funded by Calgary Arts Development, the Rozsa Foundation, and the Calgary Foundation. This program provides support to organizations exploring and implementing changes specifically related to mergers, permanent strategic partnerships, hibernations and organizational closure.
invested in 117 projects
This program was supplemented by a grant from Calgary Arts Foundation comprising contributions from individual donors, the Auxilium Foundation, and an anonymous donation through the Edmonton Community Foundation.
invested in 42 projects
invested in 28 projects
invested in 40 projects
ARTIST DEVELOPMENT MICROGRANT
granted to 129 artists for professional development and business development activities
invested in 12 artists
supported 11 artists to advance their practice, project or career, all working to preserve Indigenous culture and traditions
was granted to 7 artists for artistic projects responding to, honouring, or in memory of the loss of life, culture, ceremony, and language amongst the original peoples of this land because of the residential school system.
Total participation in arts experiences produced by grantees
Total number of public activities produced by grantees
Total number of volunteers
Total number of volunteer hours
Total number of arts experiences for youth
Total attendance at arts activities for youth