Territorial Partnership Program launches third call for artistic projects


Tashi Farmilo

The collaborative efforts of several prominent organizations have culminated in the initiation of a third call for artistic projects under the Territorial Partnership Agreement. The Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the MRC des Collines, Papineau, Pontiac, Vallée-de-la-Gatineau, and the City de Gatineau, in collaboration with Culture Outaouais, are jointly launching this call, aiming to further enrich the cultural landscape of the region.

Professional artists, writers, and arts organizations with primary addresses situated within the territories of the partnering entities can submit innovative project proposals until November 16, 2023.

Submissions can encompass a diverse range of creative disciplines and practices and should involve collaborative endeavors linked to the community and local stakeholders. Furthermore, applicants are encouraged to adopt an inclusive approach by considering underrepresented individuals and communities in the formulation and execution of their projects.

Detailed information and forms pertaining to the Outaouais Territorial Partnership Program can be found at: www.cultureoutaouais.org. In addition, Culture Outaouais will be conducting information sessions to offer comprehensive insight into the program’s objectives, guidelines, and application process.

Dates and times will be communicated through the Culture Outaouais website.

Interested parties seeking technical assistance and guidance can contact Andréa Martel Crites, support counselor, at 819-595-2601, extension 223, or via email at accompaniment@cultureoutaouais.org.