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London's Community Arts Investment Program


  • By Luke Smith


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London's Community Arts Investment Program

The London Community Arts Investment Program (C.A.I.P.) is now open for submissions. CAIP supports London's professional artists, artist collectives, and nonprofit arts organizations. The City of London provides the funding to the program which is administered by London Arts Council with programming supporting a wide range of artist disciplines including film, multimedia, music, literatary, dance, theatre, and visual arts. If interested in submitting an application, here are some key things you should know. 

- CAIP strongly recommends that all applicants meet with a member of the London Arts Council before applying. A consultation meeting can be booked in advance by contacting investment@londonarts.ca.

- Information sessions will be conducted throughout the following week. Dates and times for information sessions can be found here. Sessions will be conducted at Innovation Works located at 201 King St. 

CAIP is an investment into the local arts community. Each application is juried by a panel of industry experts before an investment is made. All applicatants must be submit in full by Friday, February 21st, at 4:00pm.  Any questions or inquiries can be directed to investment@londonarts.ca.

 

 



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