Arts Education Reduces Stress Level of Low-Income Students By Tom Jacobs, Pacific Standard
CBC plans cross-country New Year's Eve party to kick off Canada 150 programming CBC News-December 7, 2016
Manitoba Editors’ Association Annual Holiday Party Dec. 08, 2016
Holiday Open House at the Winnipeg Arts Council Dec. 08, 2016
Riding Mountain National Park of Canada
App Deadline: 08 / 12 / 2016
Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
App Deadline: 09 / 12 / 2016
ACI Manitoba is The Arts and Cultural Industries Association of Manitoba. We are a not for profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts and cultural industries of Manitoba and helping to develop sustainable careers for those working in arts and culture. By providing opportunities for business skill development through our various workshops, courses, and seminars, we help you take your creative career to the next level.
Upcoming ACI Training & Events
January 5-March 5, 2017: The Art of Managing Your Career-Indigenous Perspectives
Registration deadline: December 16, 2016. or Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists of any discipline, this course covers both business and cultural topics.
January 10-March 15, 2017: Coach Access Program: Grantwriting for Small Non-Profits
Application deadline: December 16, 2016. This program is designed for the people who write grant applications in their small non-profit arts and/or cultural organizations.
January 11-February 15, 2017: Community Arts Practice Foundations Course
Registration deadline: December 9, 2016. Gain the skills, knowledge and confidence to initiate and manage collaborative community-based arts projects and programs.
January 21, 2017: ACI Manitoba and MAWA present: Grant Writing w/ Bev Pike
In this dynamic, fun and participatory workshop, you will learn how to write a grant for your individual art practice, including how to prepare a budget, résumé, artist statement and project proposal.
January 24-March 7, 2017: Websites for Artists
Registration deadline: January 10, 2017. From top to bottom we’ll work through the process of planning, building and perfecting your website and you’ll walk away with a fully functional WordPress based website, the knowledge of how to use it and the ability to modify it in the future.
February 23-26, 2017: ozhitoon jii-miigiweng (to create and to share)
Registration deadline: January 27, 2017. For Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists and educators of any background or artistic discipline, this gathering will bring teachers and artists together to learn about Indigenous knowledge and art perspectives.
March 7–May 30, 2017: Art of Managing Your Career –Spring 2017
Application deadline: February 15, 2017. Offers working artists the confidence and knowledge to successfully manage their careers or businesses in the cultural sector. By the end of this course, you will have developed an extensive business plan, a marketing plan, and have a template for managing your finances.
Youth Mentorship Programs
Applications now being accepted for:
16-19 Year Old Group Programs: Music Management, Stage Tech, Creative Writing & Filmmaking
Rural/Community: 1 to 1 Mentorships for ages 20-24
SpaceFinder Manitoba: List a space. Find a space. For free.
A matchmaking tool for renters looking for creative space & spaces promoting their rentals.
SpaceFinder is a proven technology created and developed by Fractured Atlas, a U.S. non-profit arts service organization. This online marketplace links organizations that have space to rent with those who need space. Our goal is to help organizations (community, volunteer, non-profit, etc.) and venues efficiently find suitable users for their under-used space through this online tool. SpaceFinder Manitoba is free to list, free to search.
Many groups in the creative, non-profit and small business communities need space for meeting, creating, rehearsing, presenting, collaborating, gathering or celebrating. They spend considerable resources trying to find suitable and affordable spaces.
On the flip side, venues spend significant resources trying to find the right renters for their spaces. These might include commercial renters to cross-subsidize non-profit rentals, or it might be renters who fit the venue’s mandate (e.g., youth and education).