Artists and Community Collaboration Program (ACCP)
General Program Description
The Artists and Community Collaboration Program (ACCP) funding is delivered through participating programs in all arts disciplines sections of the Canada Council, as well as the Inter-Arts Office and the Aboriginal Arts Office.
The ACCP supports diverse artistic activities that bring together professional artists and the broader community.
Artists and community collaboration is an arts process that actively involves the work of professional artists and non-arts community members in creative and collaborative relationships.
To be eligible, applicants must meet the eligibility requirements of the ACCP in the appropriate section or office of the Canada Council.
Potential applicants are strongly advised to speak to the appropriate program officer to confirm their eligibility before submitting their request.
Deadlines for ACCP Applications in All Sections or Offices
For more information, contact Noël Habel, ext. 4178.
Note: This component can support collaborations with non-Aboriginal communities however, Aboriginal artists or organizations must take the lead in the collaboration.
For more information, contact the Dance Section, ext. 5502.
For more information, contact the Dance Section, ext. 5501.
For more information, contact Sue-Ellen Gerritsen, ext. 4679.
For more information, contact Felipe Diaz, ext. 5252.
For more information, contact Gerri Trimble, ext. 4103.
For more information, contact Nancy Guertin, Bruce Sinclair or Robert Allen,
For more information, contact François Dion, ext. 5268.
Writing and Publishing
For more information, contact Catherine Montgomery, ext. 5574.
Canada Council for the Arts
350 Albert Street, P.O. Box 1047
Ottawa ON K1P 5V8
1-800-263-5588 or 613-566-4414, ext. 5060