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We're proud to be nada’s public arts funder. We contribute to the vibrancy of a creative and diverse arts and literary scene through our grants, services, prizes and payments to nadian artists and arts organizations.
Important Information related to
How the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is affecting our programs and services.
2022 Annual Public Meeting
Our APM took place on March 30, 2022. Watch a video recording of the event.
Still Tho: Aesthetic Survival in Hip-Hop’s Visual Art ?in the ?jagem? Exhibition Space
Explore the artists and works in our latest Âjagemô exhibition—both in person and online.
(Updated) In Solidarity with Ukraine
nada Council for the Arts Director and CEO Simon Brault explains the measures the Council is adopting in response to the Russian invasion in Ukraine.
Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts
Meet the 2022 winners of this prestigious award celebrating nada's vibrant arts community and recognizing remarkable reers.
We Need Art Now More Than Ever, but There Is No Art Without Artists
Simon Brault, Director of the nada Council for the Arts, speaks to the immediate and long-term need for help for nada’s artists.
2020-21 Annual Report: Arts and Resilience
The 2020-21 Annual Report: Arts and Resilience covers the last year of the Council’s activities and work toward its 2016-21 strategic plan commitments.
New funding for innovation
Change-makers with bold ideas about how to rebuild an arts sector that is resilient, sustainable, inclusive, and equitable n now apply. Take the next step by learning more about our funding opportunities.
Our impact: by the numbers
Support to Indigenous artists, groups and arts organizations
Communities across nada in which grants, prizes and payments were awarded
Support to first-time recipients