Did you know that the Canada Council has just announced its new funding model? By 2017, 6 new non-disciplinary programs will replace the current 147 programs.
Imagine the opportunity to create a short film about a key figure in the visual or media arts, with the support of a local production...
Virginia Parker Prize: Yolanda Bruno
The Virginia Parker Prize ($25,000) recognizes an outstanding young classical musician (singer, instrumentalist or conductor) who has been a recipient of Canada Council grants.
Violinist Yolanda Bruno has been praised for her "total control of her instrument, articulation and perfect intonation with infinite variety in the sound palette" (La Presse). She has performed across North America and Europe, was named one of...
Carissa Klopoushak is a current recipient of the Canada Council’s Musical Instrument Bank (MIB). In 2013 she competed for the opportunity to borrow the Instrument Bank’s 1869 Jean Baptiste Vuillaume violin (with Vuillaume model bow) for a period of 3 years. This summer...
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Congratulations to our latest Canada Council prize winners in humanities, dance, architecture, theatre, music and visual arts! Get to know these outstanding artists, scholars, organizations and their works.
Vancouver-based Serge Bennathan has been awarded the 2014 Canada Council Jacqueline Lemieux Prize. This annual award is given to the year’s most deserving applicant from the Grants to Dance Professionals Program and Grants to Aboriginal Dance...
Through the Prizes Section, the Canada Council for the Arts awards numerous special prizes that celebrate excellence in individual artists...
Brett MacIntyre is the 2013 winner of the Prix de Rome in Architecture for Emerging Practitioners.