Endowments and Prizes
Inter-Arts Office 2013 Consultation.
The Inter-Arts Office supports creative diversity and excellence in integrated arts, contemporary circus arts and artist and community collaborative arts in these fields.
Individuals, groups, collectives and non-profit organizations may apply for research, creation, dissemination and production activities. Our grant programs do not fund activities that are eligible to be funded in other grant programs of the Canada Council for the Arts.
To be eligible to apply for an Inter-Arts Office grant program, your work must be in one of the following fields:
Integrated arts: an approach to artistic practice that combines two or more artistic disciplines to create a new, unified form. The result is a hybrid in which no single form of art is dominant. Integrated arts are often characterized by innovative combinations of artistic practices, genres and technology.
Contemporary circus art: a form of artistic expression that integrates the mastery of one or more circus techniques recognized and taught by professional circus art schools, such as the National Circus School.
Artists and community collaboration: an arts process in which professional artists and community members actively work together as creative partners on collaborative projects. Activities and projects are joint undertakings in which the process of collaborating is equally important to the art created.
Special Projects and Initiatives