Aboriginal artists Nadia Myre and Lydia Mestokosho-Paradis and theirs works

© Nadia Myre / Art Mûr / Lydia Mestokosho-Paradis / Musée de la civilisation

Aboriginal photographer and rapper Samian

© Samian

Alanis Obomsawin, C.A.LQ., and six other Aboriginal filmmakers

© Canadian Encyclopedia and Land InSights

Mohawk interdisciplinary artist Walter Scott, creator of "Wendy"

© Walter Scott

Mohawk artist Hannah Claus and her work "L'envolée" at Musée de la civilisation

© Hannah Claus et Musée de la civilisation

Inuit sculptor Mattiusi Iyaituk and his work "Ma mère parle du caribou" at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

© Mattiusi Iyaituk / Katarina Soukup, Institut culturel Avataq / MBAM

Six books by Aboriginal writers

© Publishers

Florent Vollant and 10 other aboriginal singer-songwriters

© Land InSights and Florent Vollant
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7 February 2017 To Aboriginal artists and writers
In the interest of fair treatment for all its constituents, the CALQ will work closely with representatives of Canada’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities to create a grant program specifically adapted for their situation and needs.

Pending implementation of this program, Aboriginal artists are invited to apply for the programs currently in effect, which are subject to certain clarifications:

  1. Eligibility of Aboriginal artists and writers is explicitly mentioned in the program introduction, as per “Target applicants”: Moreover, eligibility for this financial support is understood to apply to artists from Canada’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities who meet the program’s definition of an Aboriginal artist.
  2. The Aboriginal artist definition now appears in the “Eligibility/Profile” section: Artists from Canada’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities are eligible. These artists must be engaged in an ongoing basis in their artistic activity and receive the recognition of their community or on their territory as artists in their artistic domain, whether traditional or contemporary. For the purposes of this program, the term “artists” also refers to writers, storytellers and craftspersons.
  3. Applications submitted by Aboriginal artists will be evaluated by their peers. For evaluation by their Aboriginal peers, the applicant must identify with a corresponding Ethnocultural group in the Statistics section of the online or paper application form. For details, refer to the “Evaluation of applications/Process” section.

Except for rare exceptions (principally for Studios and studio-apartment residencies), applications may be submitted at any time.

We look forward to receiving your projects!

Thank you for sharing this information with anyone who may be interested.

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