Individuals, collectives and not-for-profit organizations who practice in any arts discipline; live or work in Waterloo Region; and, who are in good standing with the Arts Fund - with no open/active or outstanding projects or reports - may apply to the Region of Waterloo Arts Fund.
Unincorporated projects, groups and/or collectives may submit grant applications but corporations must be not-for-profit, managed by a volunteer board and the majority of its members and/or clients must live or work in the Region of Waterloo.
Applicants must be adults - defined in the provincial Age of Majority and Accountability Act as 18 and older - to apply for an Arts Fund grant, to sign the Grant Agreement, and to receive funds.
If you are unsure whether previous Arts Fund grants that you have received are in good standing and whether or not Final Reports have been received and approved, Contact Us before proceeding with a new application.
Members of the Arts Fund Board of Directors are eligible to submit an application as individual artists or on behalf of the organizations they are affiliated with. Upon application, The Conflict of Interest policy will apply, and Board members declare such conflict and recuse themselves from each stage of evaluation as long as the application is being processed. Applications from Board members are held to the same high standards and scrutiny as applications from any applicant.