Access Copyright Foundation grants are administered by SK Arts on behalf of Access Copyright Foundation. Applications are submitted through the SK Arts online portal.
Deadlines and Grant Amounts
Marian Hebb Research Grants
For creators: Up to $7,500 (Grant A) or $3,000 (Grant B)
For publishers: Up to $10,000 for organizations and publishers
Professional Development Grants
Up to $3,000 for creators, arts professionals, organizations and publishers
Up to $7,500 for artists groups, organizations and publishers
Who is Eligible to Apply
Arts professionals must be self-employed, have formal or informal training and a résumé demonstrating their contribution to the creation, production, presentation or promotion of publishable Canadian content. Eligible organizations may apply on behalf of their employees or contract workers. Please refer to the Program Guidelines.
Organizations and Publishers
Eligible organizations and publishers must apply on behalf of program, editorial, administrative, marketing and production staff, including term or contract employees.
Please refer to the Access Copyright Foundation Guidelines for further information on eligible projects, application guidelines and funding limits. We encourage you to contact the Access Copyright Foundation Program Consultant if you have any questions about these programs or your proposed project.
Travel restrictions, lockdowns and safety concerns due to Covid-19 have had a major impact on arts activity across the world. Access Copyright Foundation continues to support project activities in its three programs, whether virtual or in-person. You may apply for expenses related to remote learning, online events, and at-home research. Please consult the grant guidelines for eligible expenses and contingency plans, and contact the Program Consultant to discuss your project.