CITIZENSHIP AND RESIDENCY
In order to be eligible for artsnb funding, an applicant must:
- Be a Canadian citizen, have an affiliation with a First Nation on Turtle Island, be a permanent resident of Canada or have an application for permanent resident in process, and;
- Have resided in New Brunswick for at least one year (12 months) prior to the application deadline.
PROFESSIONAL ARTIST CRITERIA
Applicants for all artsnb grant programs except Arts Scholarships must meet the definition of a professional artist given below:
COMPLETED PROJECTS AND FINAL REPORTS
Eligible applicants are those who:
- Have completed any projects previously funded under the same program or program component to which they are applying; and
- Do not have an overdue Final Report for any project funded by artsnb.
ELIGIBILITY: COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS
Please see the Collaborative Project Guidelines below for more information on how to apply for a grant for a project involving artistic collaborators.
ELIGIBILITY: FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS
Please consult individual program guidelines and samples of work guidelines for more information on eligible projects, expenses, and application materials.
ELIGIBILITY: CREATION PROGRAM
SENIOR, MID-CAREER AND EMERGING ARTIST CRITERIA
Applicants to the Creation grant program should consult the criteria below to determine their eligible grant tier.
Applicants to the Arts Infrastructure Grant Program must meet the Emerging artist criteria outlined below.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: CREATION PROJECTS
Applicants to the Creation grant program should consult the criteria below for more information on projects supported by artsnb.