The Canada Cultural Spaces Fund (CCSF) is a $54M federal government funding program that provides support for projects that improve the physical condition of arts and heritage collaboration, creation, presentation, and exhibition spaces. These infrastructure improvements should also increase access to Canadian arts and culture.
- Amount: Up to 50% to $500k-$15M depending on the project type. Up to 75% for rural and underserved communities.
- Timeline: Ongoing application intake until funding is depleted.
- Eligibility: Non-profit organizations, Provincial Territories and Municipalities, First Nations and other Indigenous communities/organizations, and Broader Public Sector Organizations (i.e., hospitals, school boards, colleges, and universities).
- Projects: Acquisition of specialized equipment, construction and/or renovation of arts and/or heritage facilities, or creative hubs, and development of feasibility studies for the construction or renovation of arts and/or heritage facilities, or creative hubs.
Learn More About the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund (CCSF)
Canada Cultural Spaces Fund Overview Blog: This is an overview of Canada Cultural Spaces Fund, including information regarding the program’s focus, eligibility requirements, and how to apply.
Posted: November 1, 2019.