2020 Pandemic Summer “Virtual Street/Art Tour of Yellowknife” CIERF Grant

I received word today that I will be receiving the grant to “video art the arts” in Yellowknife until October…

The work will be a “Virtual Street/Art Tour of Yellowknife”


In August of 2007, on the occasion of the first Old Town Ramble & Ride I shot a series of 34 photographs celebrating the event, hand an exhibition of them at the former Robin’s Nest Restaurant, published a 20 page photo catalogue…

August of 2007, on the occasion of the first Old Town Ramble & Ride


In the spirit and celebration of Old Town Ramble and Ride, I’ll build on this concept and shoot a series of short documentations of the arts and artists in Yellowknife, including, but not limited to; the artists, the street art, studios and exhibitions happening over the 2020 Pandemic Summer.

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As I usually do as the artist… I shall record and edit the images and sound.
Why?
To document the artistic community’s work over this special summer and help replace the usual venues.

I received word today that I will be receiving the grant to cover the arts in Yellowknife until October… “… NWTArts told me today “… Thank you for your application to the Northwest Territories (NWT) Creative Industries Economic Recovery Fund (CIERF). The CIERF Review Panel has now completed the review of submissions and we are pleased to inform you that your project proposal has been approved.
In the next two weeks a contribution agreement (CA) will be developed for your signature. It is important to note that you will receive two payments for this project. A first payment of 85% of project costs will be issued upon processing the CA, and a final payment of 15% will be provided upon completion of the project and when reporting is provided (before March 31, 2021)….”

Chief Drygease Territory, Yellowknife / Sǫ̀mbak’è, NT 🇨🇦

George Lessard
Mársı | Kinanāskomitin | Thank you | Merci | Hąį’ | Quana | Qujannamiik | Quyanainni | Máhsı | Máhsı | Mahsı̀
108-600 Gitzel St, Yellowknife / Sǫ̀mbak’è, NT 🇨🇦 X1A 2R4
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Information Curation, Communication & Media / Cure d’information, communication et médias
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Canadian Artists Representation / le Front des artistes canadiens
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Copyright Visual Arts / Droits d’auteur Arts visuels (COVA-DAAV)
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Funding available for Canadian campus or community radio stations

“… Youth on  Air! is a pilot program developed by the  CRFC to  provide a radio experience to young  people  through  training  grants.  In addition to  falling under several of the CRFC’s program priority  areas, this program aims to achieve the objectives set forth in  the CRTC policy on the Canadian Content Development (CCD).Funding must be dedicated to initiatives that provide high quality audio content for broadcast and mustinvolve direct expenditures that are allocated to the support, promotion, training, and development of  Canadian musical or spoken word talent, including journalists. Youth on Air! is  aimed  at  stations that are seeking to work with young Canadians in search of  mentorship, education, and/or training in broadcasting within a community – oriented radio station.
The goal of the program is to increase capacity and outreach of stations through the recruitment, hiring, and training of young talented radio programmers while contributing  to new and innovative programming. The components the program are:
(a) the mentorship, education, and/or training of a youth intern(s);
(b) music or local- interest spoken word programming produced by the intern(s).
Who is eligible?
Eligible applicants are not – for – profit Canadian stations who hold a CRTC – issued  campus (community – based campus or instructional) or community (type A or B) radio broadcasting licence (as set out in Public Notices CRTC 2000 – 12, 2000 – 13, or 2010 -499).
Any previous recipient with outstanding reports or amounts owed to the CRFC will not be eligible for any new funding until they have fulfilled these obligations. […]
What amount is available ?
Eligible stations may receive funding up to$10,000 […]
What is the eligible funding period?
Projects must take place between May 1st, 2016 and October 31 st, 2016.
Funding term will cover a maximum 26 weeks project and will run for a minimum of 8 weeks.  [..]
Application deadline
The CRFC will accept applications until Monday, February 29st, 2016 at midnight, Pacific Time (PST)….”
See the PDF file here
http://www.crfc-fcrc.ca/images/documents/YOA_Guidelines_2016.pdf

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