Persons with the experience and knowledge required to create, perform and/or publish works. Recognized by their community, artists are dedicated primarily to the practice of their art and generally receive compensation for it.
A collective includes at least two professional artists working in collaboration, on an ad hoc basis or not, to carry out a common project requiring, or not, complementary practices, knowledge and expertise.
A professional in the cultural community who holds a leadership, managerial or administrative position in communications or coordination in this community
A non-profit organization managed by qualified individuals employing professionals from the cultural community who present artistic activities on a regular basis while possessing a recognized level of competence
An artist, group or organization belonging to an ethnic or visible minority and/or having a minority, non-Western or mixed-race artistic practice
First Nations, Inuit or Métis artists, collectives or organizations
Financial aid or support dedicated to the completion of a one-time project
Aid for the administrative management and/or governance of an organization
Support for the improvement and/or development of artistic practices
Assistance aimed at guiding or supporting creators in their artistic endeavours
Opportunity to immerse oneself in an artistic community or environment thanks to technical support, human resources and joint expertise
Support for the presentation or promotion of projects on the island of Montreal or beyond
Financial aid dedicated to the realization of activities related to an organization’s mandate
Aid to highlight the inspiring initiatives of Montreal artists and organizations
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