The past must be part of the future By Brent Bellamy, Winnipeg Free Press – Nov. 23, 2015
Deaf Winnipeg students drum up award-winning piece By Meg Crane, Metro – Nov. 22, 2015
Forum Art Centre presents their Annual Forum Art Fair Nov. 26, 2015 - Nov. 29, 2015
App Deadline: 25 / 11 / 2015
Canadian Museum for Human Rights / Musée canadien pour les droits de la personne
App Deadline: 27 / 11 / 2015
16-19 Year Old Group Mentorship Program
Are you looking for an opportunity to explore what it takes to make it in a creative career?
ACI Manitoba’s Mentorship programs offer you the chance to participate in a project-based mentorship in one of the three areas listed below.
All programs are offered at no cost to participants who are able to commit to the mentorship sessions. ACI Manitoba's group mentorship program is open to all youth living in or within 100 km of Winnipeg.
Youth Participant Application Form and Instructions
Note that applicants need to fill out the Youth Participant Application Form, downloadable here (please download, print, and mail or fax it to us; a scan sent by email will also work):
Important Information for Applicants: All programs are offered at no cost to the participants and the applicants must be age 16-19. ACI Manitoba's group mentorship program is open to all youth living in or within 100 km of Winnipeg.
If you would like more information or have any questions, please email Jan at email@example.com
Music Management, Marketing and Promotion
The Youth Mentorship program in Music Management, Marketing and Promotions will introduce participants to a variety of fields within the music industry including: artist management, record marketing, publicity and concert promotion. Participants learn from music industry professionals, while also working directly on the production, release and promotion of a compilation CD. Musical performance skills are not required for this mentorship stream; music enthusiasts are encouraged to apply.
The Youth Mentorship program in Filmmaking will introduce participants to the art of filmmaking, from writing and storytelling to the technical side of making films. Participants will have the opportunity to make a short film.
The Youth Mentorship program in writing fiction will introduce participants to the writing process, storytelling and communication. Participants will give a public reading of their work and will publish a group anthology at the end of the course.