In this free 90-minute session, delivered on Zoom, Canada Council program officer Andrew Steinmetz will give a brief presentation on the Council’s Research and Creation component and then answer questions.

Time: 19:00 to 20:30

Duration: 29 March, 2021

Location: Online – Please RSVP to receive a Zoom link—, ,

Description

“The Research and Creation component of Explore and Create supports the initial stages of the creative process. Canadian artists, artistic groups and arts organizations can apply to develop and make creative works. Grants provide support for creative research, creation and project development.”                                                             

From the Canada Council of the Arts website

In this free 90-minute session, delivered on Zoom, Canada Council program officer Andrew Steinmetz will give a brief presentation on the Council’s Research and Creation component and then answer questions.

Who should attend:

  • People preparing applications for the April 8 deadline who have specific questions or who want to make sure they’ve covered all the bases.
  • People who are considering preparing an application for the October 6 deadline who want a quick overview of the grant program to see if they’re eligible and to get some tips on how to prepare a successful application.

Information on the Research and Creation Grant

How to Register:

The workshop is open to all. There is no registration fee, but you must register to attend. You may drop in to get your question answered at any point during the session or come to the whole meeting.

Send an email to workshops@qwf.org with “Canada Council Q&A Session” in the subject line and you’ll receive a link to participate.

This workshop is co-produced by the Quebec Writers’ Federation and the Canada Council for the Arts.

Workshop leader

Andrew Steinmetz is a Program Officer in the Canada Council's "Explore and Create" program.