Apply for an ACF Event Grant by November 1 to help you make it a reality!
The Access Copyright Foundation Event Grant program provides support to organizations and artist groups holding festivals, reading series, conferences and workshops, whether held in-person, online or a combination of both, that celebrate publishable works or provide opportunities for professional development to writers, artists, publishers and individuals employed at organizations that serve these communities.
If you’ve never applied before, please read through the application guidelines and contact Joanne Gerber, Program Consultant for SK Arts (who administers these grants) to discuss your event before preparing and submitting an application.
See also an excerpt below from an Oct. 15/21 email from Robert Gilbert, Access Copyright, for more information:
I wanted to share a quick reminder that Access Copyright Foundation is accepting applications for Events Grants until November 1 at 11:59 p.m. CST. …
If your organization is planning an event in the near future, I encourage you to consider applying, if you haven’t already, for an Events Grant by visiting SK Arts’ application portal. The ACF grants program is administered by SK Arts.
… [T]he Foundation has made a few changes that have come into effect as of this year’s Events Grant application call.
The two primary changes are as follows:
- Applicants may be awarded a maximum of two ACF grants within a 24-month period;
- Successful grant applicants must wait two years before applying for another grant in the same category. For example, an individual or organization that is awarded an Events Grant for 2021 will be able to apply again in 2023.
There have been some other changes surrounding grant-application requirements. Please refer to the ACF’s updated Application Guidelines for more information. …
Robert Gilbert (he/him/his)
Communications Specialist and Affiliate Relations
Access Copyright, The Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency