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Watermark Acting Conservatory

The Acting Conservatory at Watermark theatre runs July 23 to August 3 and offers young actors from a [ ... ]

Seaside Experiences

From June 29 to the end of September, Northumberland Ferries will showcase music, entertainment, foo [ ... ]

artsVest is Business for the Arts’ national flagship program that works directly with small to mid-sized arts organizations, equipping them with in-depth training, tools and mentorship relationships. These components are thoughtfully created to build sustainable partnerships between arts and businesses and to spark sponsorship opportunities. As an added incentive, artsVest participants can apply for matching grants — for every one dollar raised in sponsorship, Business for the Arts will match it with another dollar — doubling their sponsorship opportunity.

The program provides local arts organizations with: free live sponsorship training workshop; individualized mentorship sessions with Canada's top sponsorship experts; peer-to-peer training workshops; webinars, marketing and branding tutorials; access to their 6-module e-Learning sponsorship course; and a resource bank of sponsorship tools and templates.

For the second time, the artsVest program will operate province-wide in Prince Edward Island, with over $63,000 in matching incentive grants available to selected participants who secure sponsorship from businesses throughout the 7-month program. Combined with those sponsorship dollars, this will translate to an investment impact of at least $126,000 into Prince Edward Island’s cultural economy over the program year.

For more information on the program and to view past results from other regions, visit www.artsvest.com

Workshops

Learn more about artsVest and how to apply by joining one of their Sponsorship Workshops and Information Sessions to be held in: Summerside April 19 at Conference room of the Quality Inn & Suites from 9:30 am–1:30 pm; Charlottetown April 20 at Studio 1 at the Confederation Centre from 9:30 am–1:30 pm; online April 23 at 12 pm (English) and 2 pm (French). The workshop will begin with an information session which will provide important insight on how to successfully apply to artsVest and will present information about program offerings and timelines. This will be followed by a sponsorship workshop which will provide valuable tools to help small and mid-sized cultural organizations secure long-term, mutually-beneficial partnerships with local businesses. Please note that attendance at a workshop and information session by a representative of your organization is required if you intend to apply for artsVest.

The artsVest program is open to non-profit arts, culture and heritage organizations across Prince Edward Island with an annual operating budget of under $1.5 million. Please contact Prince Edward Island Program Manager Florian Vauléon for more details at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Some Upcoming Events

Charlottetown Festival shows in the mall

Ghost Light and Métis Mutt in Confederation Court Mall Starting June 28 Casting has been announce [ ... ]

The Seagull

June 15–17 & 22–24
City Cinema PG, mature theme
Dir: Michael Mayer, US, 98 min. Saoirse Ronan [ ... ]

Comic Book Art Exhibit at Eptek Centre

June 17
Eptek Art & Culture Centre There is a thriving community of comic book creators here on  [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Fine design

Profile: Elena Herweyer by Jane Ledwell Design, like culture, surrounds us in the tiniest and most [ ... ]

73rd anniversary of the Battle of the At...

HMCS Queen Charlotte to commemorate in Kensington On May 6, the members of HMCS QUEEN CHARLOTT [ ... ]

Final casting announced at Watermark

Watermark’s 2018 acting company is a mix of professional actors from PEI, actors with family and p [ ... ]