GRANTS TO BRITISH COLUMBIA / SUBVENTIONS À LA COLOMBIE-BRITANNIQUE

GRANTS TO BRITISH COLUMBIA / SUBVENTIONS À LA COLOMBIE-BRITANNIQUE
Provincial and Territorial Profiles, 2002-2003 /
Profils provinciaux et territoriaux, 2002-2003
GRANTS TO BRITISH COLUMBIA /
SUBVENTIONS À LA COLOMBIE-BRITANNIQUE
Research Unit / Unité de recherche
The Canada Council for the Arts / Le Conseil des Arts du Canada
August 2003 / août 2003
Funding to British Columbia, 2002-2003
•
In 2002-2003, the Canada Council for the Arts provided grants worth $18.6 million to
artists and arts organizations in British Columbia.
•
In addition to grants, $1.2 million in payments was provided to 2,000 authors through
the Public Lending Right Program in 2002-20031. This brings total Canada Council
funding to British Columbia to $19.8 million. The number of authors in B.C. receiving a
payment through the Public Lending Right Program increased by 100, or 5%, between
2001-2002 and 2002-2003.
•
The Council awarded $3.6 million in grants to 375 artists and $15.1 million to
approximately 337 British Columbia arts organizations in 2002-2003.
•
Grants were awarded to artists and arts organizations in British Columbia in all
disciplines - dance, interdisciplinary and performance art, music, media arts, theatre,
visual arts and writing and publishing. In 2002-2003, the largest amount of funding went
to music ($4.2 million). Writing and publishing received the second largest amount of
funding ($2.9 million).
•
Funding to artists and arts organizations in Vancouver totaled $13.5 million, comprising
73% of the total funding going to British Columbia. The city of Victoria received $1.8
million in funds, representing 10% of total funding. A total of 78 additional
communities in British Columbia received $3.3 million, or 18% of all funding to the
province in 2002-2003.
•
101 British Columbia artists and arts professionals served as peer assessors in 2002-2003,
making up 15.5% of all peer assessors.
•
Over 2,200 applications from British Columbia artists and arts organizations were
assessed in 2002-2003, representing 16% of the total number of assessed applications.
The number of applications to British Columbia remained stable between 2001-2002
and 2002-2003.
•
British Columbia artists and arts organizations received 14% of Canada Council funding
in 2002-2003. In comparison, British Columbia makes up 18.7% of artists, and
represents 13.1% of the total population of Canada.
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The Public Lending Right Program provides payments to authors whose books are held in selected
Canadian libraries.
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Aide attribuée à la Colombie-Britannique, 2002-2003
•
En 2002-2003, le Conseil des Arts du Canada a accordé 18,6 millions de dollars aux arts
de la Colombie-Britannique.
•
Un montant de 1,2 million de dollars a en outre été payé à 2,000 écrivains et écrivaines
de la Colombie-Britannique dans le cadre du Programme du droit de prêt public2 en
2002-2003, ce qui porte à 19,8 millions de dollars l’aide attribuée à la ColombieBritannique. De 2001-2002 à 2002-2003, le nombre d’auteurs en C.-B. qui ont reçu un
paiement par l’entremise du programme du Droit de prêt public a augmenté de 5 p. 100,
c.-à-d. 100 personnes de plus.
•
Le Conseil a accordé 3,6 millions de dollars en subventions à 375 artistes de la
Colombie-Britannique, ainsi que 15,1 millions de dollars à environ 337 organismes
artistiques de cette province.
•
L’aide du Conseil a touché toutes les disciplines - danse, musique, théâtre, arts visuels,
arts médiatiques, lettres et édition et art interdisciplinaire. Le plus gros pourcentage de
l’aide est allé à la musique (4,2 millions de dollars), puis aux lettres et édition (2,9 millions
de dollars).
•
Des subventions de 13,5 millions de dollars ont été accordées aux artistes et organismes
artistiques de Vancouver, ce qui représente 73 p. 100 de l’aide à la province. La ville de
Victoria a reçu 1,8 million de dollars (10 p. 100 du total). Les 78 autres collectivités de la
Colombie-Britannique ont reçu en total 3,3 millions de dollars (18 p. 100 du total).
•
101 artistes et professionnels des arts ont été engagés comme membres de jurys,
évaluateurs et conseillers en 2002-2003, ce qui répresente 15,5 p. 100 de tous les
membres de jurys auxquels le Conseil fait appel.
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2,200 demandes d’appui présentées par des artistes et des organismes artistiques de la
Colombie-Britannique ont été évaluées en 2002-2003, ce qui représente 16 p. 100 du
total des demandes évaluées. Le nombre de demandes provenant de la ColombieBritannique a demeuré stable entre 2001-2002 et 2002-2003.
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Les artistes et organismes artistiques de la Colombie-Britannique ont reçu 14 p. 100 des
subventions du Conseil des Arts du Canada en 2002-2003. Pour fins de comparaison, la
province compte 18,7 p. 100 de tous les artistes au pays, et 13,1 p. 100 de la population
canadienne.
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Le Programme du droit de prêt public accorde des paiements aux auteurs dont les livres font partie des
collections d’un échantillon de bibliothèques canadiennes.
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British Columbia Artists and Arts Organizations Funded by the Canada
Council, 2002-2003
The Vancouver Chamber Choir was awarded a total of $190,050 in grants through the
Council’s Professional Choir Program and Music Touring Program in 2002-2003. Council
funds enabled the Vancouver Chamber Choir to promote their music with concerts and
workshops in Atlantic Canada during February and March 2003. The Vancouver Chamber
Choir’s dedication to their music is clearly indicated in their ambitious efforts to produce a
concert while braving an ice storm during the Halifax leg of the tour. One of Canada’s only
professional choirs, the Vancouver Chamber Choir has also achieved international
recognition: at a performance at the Taipei International Choral Festival, the choir was
warmly welcomed with gifts, flowers and demands for autographs from young choralists!
Merritt’s Red Roots Theatre Group was awarded $5,000 in funds through the Aboriginal
People’s Collaborative Exchange and the Development Support to Aboriginal Theatre
Organizations programs in 2002-2003. Since the Red Roots Theatre Group is based in a
small town on the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada Council funds enabled the
group to obtain their initial exposure at a major festival. The Red Roots Theatre Group’s
opportunity to perform at Vancouver’s Talking Stick Festival helped realize some of the
goals of this small theatre troupe. The Red Roots Theatre Group plays an educational role
in Merritt, as their plays deal with Aboriginal issues such as residential schools, and drugs
and alcohol. The company encourages young and aspiring theatre afficianados to receive
training in theatre production.
Vancouver fiction writer and essayist Lynn Coady received a $20,000 grant through the
Council’s Grants for Professional Writers – Creative and Author Residences program to
write her upcoming novel Mean Boy. Lynn Coady’s love of writing human characters in
the process of shedding their psychological insecurities is evident in her award-winning first
novel Strange Heaven, and continues in her new work. A native of Cape Breton, Coady is
currently editing an anthology of new writing from Canada’s East Coast called ‘Victory
Meat: New Fiction from Atlantic Canada.’
In 2002-2003, the Uzume Taiko Ensemble of Vancouver received a $4,500 grant through
the Music Festivals Travel Grants program to perform at the Festival d’été in Quebec City
in July 2002. The festival marked the first time that the Uzume Taiko Ensemble had ever
performed in Northern Quebec. The Uzume Taiko Ensemble incorporates drumming,
dance and martial arts choreography into hypnotic taiko drum, percussion, bagpipe and
saxophone melodies. Taiko drums are traditional Japanese instruments and the name
Uzume Taiko derives from the Japanese phrases for ‘big drum’, and ‘the goddess of
laughter’.
In 2002, two Vancouver writers were honoured with Governor General’s Literary Awards in
their respective categories. Well-known Canadian poet and academic Roy Miki received the
Governor General’s Literary Award for Poetry (English), for his anthology on JapaneseCanadian history in the 1940s, Surrender, while in the English Drama category, playwright
Kevin Kerr’s work Unity (1918) was honored. Unity (1918) centers on the flu epidemic
that plagued Canada at the end of World War I, but has taken on a contemporary
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significance given recent worldwide health crises. The award-winning drama is playing on
many stages: a French version was performed as part of the National Arts Centre’s
2002-2003 theatre series, and the Great Canadian Theatre Company in Ottawa will stage its
production of Unity (1918) in September 2003.
In 2002-2003, Dr. Jeni LeGon of Vancouver was awarded a $10,000 grant through the
Canada Council’s Grants to Established Dance Professionals program to write her
autobiography. Dr. LeGon is a well-known artist who has worked in many disciplines,
including acting, writing, jazz, tap, and dance for over five decades. With the assistance of
Canada Council funds, Dr. LeGon was able to travel to places where her career developed:
several cities in the States and London, England. The autobiography is a special project
according to Dr. LeGon as “it is a document of the life of a successful AfroAmerican/Canadian dancer who was a pioneer in achieving a measure of equality during a
time in American history when it was a popular concept.” 3
The Vancouver organization Art Starts in Schools received a $30,000 grant in 2002-2003
through the Artist and Community Collaboration Fund towards their Art Starts With
Youth project. Council funds will enable elementary and secondary school students in the
Okanagan Valley, BC, to be exposed to art from different cultures through guest speakers
and to explore human rights, environmental, literacy, and social justice issues. Students are
presented with demonstrations of culturally diverse art practices and then given the time and
freedom to explore the art form. In 2002, Art Starts in Schools students learned to make
sculptures using Kombucha fungus, and how to perform balafons, the early form of the
marimba. Art Starts With Youth is an innovative solution to integrate art into schools
where arts budgets have been minimized, and to promote intellectual and abstract thinking.
Aboriginal multidisciplinary arts centre Urban Ink Productions, based in Vancouver,
received several grants totalling $59,700 through the Aboriginal Arts Secretariat, Inter-Arts,
and Theatre Sections in 2002-2003. Council funds enabled Urban Ink Productions to
present their work Burning Vision at the Festival des Ameriques in Montreal and at The
Magnetic North Festival in Ottawa. Burning Vision is a play about a Dene Medicine Man’s
prophecy about a bombing, which turned out to be Hiroshima, and the connections between
the Japanese and the Dene. Theatre grants were also used to produce the work Rare Earth
Elements – Arias From the Downtown Eastside, and for the production of Women in
Fish, an interdisciplinary performance piece reflecting on women in the fishing trade on the
Pacific West Coast.
Françophone theatre company Théâtre La Seizième received a $13,000 grant in 2002-2003
through the Theatre Touring and Special Initiatives Program to tour its production of
Comment Devenir Parfait en Trois Jours in Alberta and the Yukon in Spring 2003.
Comment Devenir Parfait en Trois Jours is a play for young audiences about a
troublemaker who finds a book describing eccentric methods to make people ‘perfect’ in
three days. The three methods include wearing a broccoli necklace, not eating or drinking,
and complete solitude. Comment Devenir Parfait en Trois Jours has been a huge hit for
school age audiences, and is a performance that children age six and up can fully enjoy and
understand.
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Letter to Dance Section Officer as a Project Proposal – April 3, 2002
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Vancouver’s Pacific Cinémathèque received two grants totalling $230,000 through the
Council’s Annual Assistance to Cinematheques program and Artist and Community
Collaboration Fund in 2002-2003. Council funds will allow Pacific Cinémathèque to
develop the project Documenting Engagement: A Community Artists Media Institute,
in which eight mid-career artists will collaborate with community members on a communitybased video project. With the assistance of Canada Council funds, Pacific Cinémathèque
continues to provide high-quality education programs for youth. Programs include a study
guide series, the intensive Summer Visions Film Institute For Youth, guest lectures
through the Film Literacy Program, and The Things We Carry Gathering 2003 project,
in which youths have the opportunity to voice opinions on consumption and the media.
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Artistes et organismes artistiques de la Colombie-Britannique financés par
le Conseil des Arts du Canada en 2002-2003
En 2002-2003, la Vancouver Chamber Choir a reçu des subventions totalisant 190 050 $
dans le cadre du Programme d’aide aux orchestres professionnels et du Programme de
tournées de musique, du Conseil des Arts du Canada. Les fonds du Conseil ont permis à la
Vancouver Chamber Choir de promouvoir sa musique avec des concerts et des ateliers au
Canada Atlantique, en février et mars 2003. Les ambitieux efforts déployés par la chorale
pour donner son concert en bravant la tempête de glace durant l’escale de Halifax
témoignent clairement de son attachement à la musique. Elle est l’une des seules chorales
professionnelles du Canada, mais elle s’est aussi fait une réputation internationale : lors d’une
représentation au Taipei International Choral Festival, elle a été chaleureusement accueillie
avec des cadeaux, des fleurs et des demandes d’autographes par de jeunes membres d’une
chorale!
En 2002-2003, le Red Roots Theatre Group, de Merritt, a obtenu un montant de 5000 $
dans le cadre des programmes d’Échanges coopératifs entre artistes des Peuples autochtones
et de Soutien au développement des organismes autochtones de théâtre. Comme le Red
Roots Theatre Group se trouve dans une petite ville dans la partie intérieure sud de la
Colombie-Britannique, il a été en mesure, grâce aux fonds du Conseil, de se produire pour la
première fois à un grand festival. L’occasion qu’a eue cette petite compagnie de donner une
représentation au Talking Stick Festival de Vancouver l’a aidé à atteindre quelques-uns de ses
objectifs. Le Red Roots Theatre Group joue un rôle pédagogique à Merritt, étant donné
que ses pièces traitent de problèmes autochtones tels que les pensionnats, la drogue et
l’alcool. La compagnie encourage les jeunes et les futurs aficionados du théâtre à recevoir
une formation en production théâtrale.
La romancière et essayiste de Vancouver, Lynn Coady, a eu une subvention de 20 000 $ au
titre du programme de Subventions aux écrivains professionnels – Création littéraire et
résidences d’écrivains, en vue d’écrire son nouveau roman Mean Boy. Dans son premier
roman Strange Heaven, qui a été primé, il était évident que Lynn Coady aime décrire des
personnages se défaisant de leurs insécurités psychologiques, et elle continue dans cette voie
avec sa nouvelle œuvre. Née dans l’île du Cap-Breton, elle prépare actuellement la
publication d’une anthologie de nouveaux textes de la côte Atlantique du Canada sous le
nom de « Victory Meat: New Fiction from Atlantic Canada ».
En 2002-2003, le quintette culturellement aventureux Uzume Taiko Ensemble, de
Vancouver, a obtenu une subvention de 4500 $ dans le cadre du programme Aide aux
déplacements pour les festivals de musique en vue de se produire au Festival d’été de
Québec en juillet 2002. C’était la première fois que l’Uzume Taiko Ensemble donnait une
représentation dans le nord du Québec. L’Uzume Taiko Ensemble incorpore les
tambours, les danses et une chorégraphie d’arts martiaux dans des mélodies hypnotiques de
tambour taiko, de percussion, de cornemuse et de saxophone. Le tambour taiko est un
instrument japonais traditionnel et le nom Uzume Taiko est dérivé des expressions
japonaises signifiant « gros tambour » et « déesse du rire ».
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En 2002, deux écrivains de Vancouver ont eu l’honneur de recevoir un Prix littéraire du
Gouverneur général dans leurs catégories respectives. Le réputé poète et universitaire
canadien Roy Miki s’est vu décerner le prix de poésie (anglaise) pour son anthologie
Surrender sur l’histoire nippo-canadienne dans les années 1940. Dans la catégorie de théâtre
anglais, l’œuvre gagnante a été Unity (1918) de l’auteur dramatique Kevin Kerr. L’œuvre
Unity (1918) est centrée sur l’épidémie de grippe qui a ravagé la Saskatchewan à la fin de la
Première Guerre mondiale, mais elle est parfaitement contemporaine étant donné les
récentes crises sanitaires mondiales. La pièce primée se joue sur de nombreuses scènes : une
version française a été présentée dans le cadre de la série de pièces de théâtre 2002-2003 du
Centre national des Arts, et la Great Canadian Theatre Company d’Ottawa produira Unity
(1918) en septembre 2003.
En 2002-2003, Jeni LeGon, de Vancouver, a obtenu une subvention de 10 000 $ dans le
cadre du programme de Subventions aux professionnels de la danse, du Conseil des Arts du
Canada, en vue d’écrire son autobiographie. Cette artiste bien connue a travaillé dans de
nombreuses disciplines, notamment dans l’interprétation, l’écriture, le jazz, les claquettes et la
danse pendant plus de cinq décennies. Grâce aux fonds du Conseil, elle a pu se rendre à des
endroits où sa carrière a pris de l’essor : plusieurs villes des États-Unis et Londres (RoyaumeUni). Son autobiographie, comme elle dit, est un projet qui lui tient particulièrement à cœur,
car « c’est la vie d’une danseuse afro-américaine-canadienne qui a fait œuvre de pionnière
dans la reconnaissance d’une certaine égalité à une époque de l’histoire américaine où ce
concept n’était pas bien accueilli4 ».
Le groupe Art Starts in Schools, de Vancouver, a reçu une subvention de 30 000 $ en 20022003 au titre du Fonds de collaboration entre les artistes et la communauté pour son projet
Art Starts With Youth. Les fonds du Conseil permettent à des élèves des écoles
élémentaires et secondaires de découvrir l’art de différentes cultures grâce à des
conférenciers invités et d’explorer le domaine des droits de la personne, de l’environnement,
de l’alphabétisation et de la justice sociale. Ces élèves bénéficient de séances de
démonstration de pratiques artistiques de toutes sortes de cultures et ils ont ensuite le temps
d’explorer la forme artistique en toute liberté. En 2002, ils ont appris à réaliser des sculptures
à l’aide de champignons kombucha et à construire des balafons, l’ancêtre du marimba. Art
Starts With Youth est une solution innovatrice pour intégrer l’art dans les écoles, où les
budgets artistiques ont été réduits au minimum, et promouvoir la réflexion intellectuelle et
abstraite.
En 2002-2003, le centre autochtone d’arts multidisciplinaires Urban Ink Productions,
installé à Vancouver, a obtenu plusieurs subventions totalisant 59 700 $ du Secrétariat des
arts autochtones, du Bureau InterArts et du Service du théâtre. Les fonds du Conseil ont
permis à Urban Ink Productions de présenter son œuvre Burning Vision au Festival des
Amériques, à Montréal, et au Magnetic North Festival, à Ottawa. Burning Vision est une
pièce sur la prophétie d’un chaman Déné au sujet d’un bombardement, lequel s’est avéré être
celui d’Hiroshima, et sur les liens entre Japonais et Déné. Les subventions pour le théâtre
ont également servi à produire l’œuvre Rare Earth Elements – Arias From the
Downtown Eastside ainsi que Women in Fish, spectacle multidisciplinaire mettant en
scène des femmes vivant de la pêche sur la côte du Pacifique-Ouest.
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Lettre à l’agent du Service de la danse pour présenter le projet – 2 avril 2002
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La compagnie de théâtre francophone Théâtre La Seizième a reçu une subvention de
13 000 $ en 2002-2003 dans le cadre du Programme d’aide à la tournée et aux initiatives
spéciales en théâtre en vue de partir en tournée en Alberta et au Yukon avec sa production
Comment Devenir Parfait en Trois Jours, au printemps de 2003. Comment Devenir
Parfait en Trois Jours est une pièce pour jeunes, mettant en scène un fauteur de troubles
qui trouve un livre décrivant trois méthodes excentriques pour rendre les gens « parfaits » en
trois jours, à savoir le port d’un collier de brocoli, le jeûne total et la solitude complète.
Comment Devenir Parfait en Trois Jours a eu un énorme succès chez les jeunes d’âge
scolaire. C’est une pièce que les enfants peuvent aimer et comprendre parfaitement, dès l’âge
de six ans.
En 2002-2003, la Pacific Cinémathèque, de Vancouver, a obtenu deux subventions
totalisant 230 000 $ au titre de l’Aide annuelle aux cinémathèques et du Fonds de
collaboration entre les artistes et la communauté, du Conseil des Arts du Canada. Ces fonds
permettront à la Pacific Cinémathèque de mettre au point son projet Documenting
Engagement: A Community Artists Media Institute, dans lequel huit artistes à
mi-carrière collaboreront avec des membres de la collectivité à un projet vidéo
communautaire. Grâce aux fonds du Conseil des Arts du Canada, la Pacific Cinémathèque
continue d’offrir des programmes pédagogiques de grande qualité aux jeunes, entre autres la
série de guides d’études, l’intensif Summer Visions Film Institute For Youth, des cours
magistraux par conférenciers invités dans le cadre du Film Literacy Program, et le projet
The Things We Carry Gathering 2003, dans lequel des jeunes ont l’occasion de donner
leur avis sur la consommation et les médias.
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Table 1 - Funding to the Arts by Discipline, British Columbia, 2002-2003
Tableau 1 - Aide aux arts par discipline, Columbie-Britannique, 2002-2003
Artists/
Artistes
Arts Organizations/
Organismes
Total
artistiques
Aboriginal Arts Secretariat/Secrétariat des arts autochtones
$37,800
$80,200
$118,000
Art Bank/Banque d'oeuvres d'art
$56,200
$0
$56,200
Dance/Danse
$222,750
$1,974,300
$2,197,050
Director's Office/Bureau de la directrice
$78,758
$47,340
$126,098
Director of the Arts Division/Directrice de la Division des arts
$20,000
$413,000
$433,000
Endowments & Prizes/Prix et dotations
$87,000
$10,000
$97,000
$0
$540,000
$540,000
$71,000
$233,000
$304,000
Media Arts/Arts médiatiques
$766,000
$1,197,900
$1,963,900
Music/Musique
$568,500
$3,614,300
$4,182,800
Outreach/Promotion de la diffusion
$12,600
$205,775
$218,375
Theatre/Théâtre
$168,250
$2,625,225
$2,793,475
Visual Arts/Arts visuels
$739,250
$1,981,450
$2,720,700
Writing and Publishing/Lettres et édition
$678,000
$2,188,460
$2,866,460
$3,506,108
$15,110,950
$18,617,058
Equity/Équité
Interdisciplinary Arts/Arts interdiscplinaires
Total - British Columbia
Total - Canada
$129,467,062
Grants to British Columbia as a % of Total Canada Council Funding, 2002-2003:
Pourcentage des subventions attribuées à la Colombie-Britannique par rapport
au financement total du Conseil des Arts du Canada, 2002-2003:
14%
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Table 2 - List of Grants by Community, British Columbia, 2002-2003
Tableau 2, Liste des subventions par collectivité, Colombie-Britannique, 2002-2003
ABBOTSFORD
$3,700
ARMSTRONG
$89,620
BOWEN ISLAND
$3,800
BRENTWOOD BAY
$9,000
BURNABY
CAMPBELL RIVER
$125,160
$49,600
CASTLEGAR
$2,300
COBBLE HILL
$3,000
COQUITLAM
$50,658
COURTENAY
$8,950
CRANBROOK
$14,000
DAWSON CREEK
$5,070
DELTA
$26,000
DUNCAN
$14,210
ENDERBY
$6,000
ERRINGTON
$16,000
FALKLAND
$34,000
FANNY BAY
$2,500
FORT FRASER
$10,000
FORT ST JOHN
$60,000
GABRIOLA
GALIANO
$3,000
$10,000
GARIBALDI HIGHLANDS
$5,000
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GIBSONS
$1,750
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
$12,500
HAZELTON
$39,000
HORNBY ISLAND
$44,000
KALEDEN
$10,000
KAMLOOPS
$342,700
KELOWNA
$179,650
KINCOLITH
$20,000
KITIMAT
$1,500
KITWANGA
$2,500
LANGLEY
$16,000
LANTZVILLE
$63,600
LASQUETI
MADEIRA PARK
$1,450
$123,000
MAPLE BAY
$16,000
MASSET
$20,000
MERRITT
$7,000
MERVILLE
$21,000
MOUNT CURRIE
NANAIMO
$2,500
$115,680
NANOOSE BAY
$22,500
NELSON
$25,450
NEW DENVER
$500
NEW WESTMINSTER
$67,650
NORTH VANCOUVER
$328,320
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OLIVER
$1,800
PARKSVILLE
$16,700
PENDER ISLAND
$14,500
PENTICTON
$235,600
PORT ALBERNI
$6,500
PORT MOODY
$45,000
POWELL RIVER
$142,200
PRINCE GEORGE
$139,200
PRINCE RUPERT
$12,400
QUEEN CHARLOTTE
$65,000
QUESNEL
$7,500
RICHMOND
$85,435
ROBERTS CREEK
$16,500
ROSSLAND
$9,000
SAANICHTON
$20,000
SALMON ARM
$26,400
SALT SPRING ISLAND
$48,300
SECHELT
$18,065
SIDNEY
$20,000
SOINTULA
SOOKE
SURREY
TERRACE
VANCOUVER
VERNON
$2,600
$21,250
$139,900
$22,100
$13,531,690
$27,530
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VICTORIA
$1,774,820
WAGLISLA
WEST VANCOUVER
$1,800
$88,850
WESTBANK
WHITE ROCK
$4,000
$21,200
WILLIAMS LAKE
WINLAW
Total - British Columbia/Colombie-Britannique
Total - Canada
$400
$15,000
$18,617,058
$129,467,062
Grants to British Columbia as a % of Total Canada Council Funding, 2002-2003:
14%
Pourcentage des subventions attribuées à la ColombieBritannique par rapport au financement total du Conseil
des Arts du Canada, 2002-2003:
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Table 3 - Detailed List of Grants to British Columbia by Discipline, 2002-2003
Tableau 3 - Liste detaillée des subventions à la Colombie-Britannique par discipline, 2002-2003
Grants to Individual Artists/Subventions aux artistes individuels
Art Bank
Banque d'ouevres d'art
Bob, Dempsey
Cook, Rande
Harris, Walter
Klatle-Bhi/Richard Baker
Littlechild, George
Nicolson, Marianne
Point, Susan
Sandy, Helen
Sevoga, Thomas
Smith, Steve
Watts, Connie
$56,200
TERRACE
VANCOUVER
HAZELTON
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
WILLIAMS LAKE
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
PORT ALBERNI
$3,500
$4,500
$24,000
$3,240
$5,400
$7,000
$440
$400
$2,500
$720
$4,500
Director's Office
Bureau de la directrice
Butler, Margot Leigh
Jensen, Ingrid Lynn
Storey, Alan John
$78,758
COQUITLAM
NANAIMO
VANCOUVER
$1,458
$1,300
$76,000
Outreach
Promotion de la diffusion
Blunt, Theresa Ann
Boga, Hiroshima
Chen, Ying
Cristall, Gary
Henry, Karen Aileen
Love, Karen Patricia
Lundy, Derek William
Smith, Ronald Fenwick
PARKSVILLE
NANAIMO
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SALT SPRING ISLAND
LANTZVILLE
$1,700
$1,000
$1,500
$2,400
$1,000
$2,000
$2,000
$1,000
Aboriginal Arts Secretariat
$37,800
Secrétariat des arts autochtones
Badger, Dolan Gordon
Brown, Kelly R.
Cardinal, Kerriann Gwendolen
Christian, Dorothy
Desjarlais, Nitanis Sweetgrass
Dolan, Marlena Joan
Jackson, Frances M.
Manossa, Geraldine
Mansfield, Jo-Anne
Merasty, Sophie M.
Nicholson, Larry
Olson, Michelle Deanne
Ravensbergen, Lisa Nadine
KELOWNA
WAGLISLA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
PORT ALBERNI
PENTICTON
PRINCE RUPERT
OLIVER
MERRITT
VANCOUVER
SURREY
NORTH VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
$1,000
$1,800
$5,000
$2,400
$2,000
$2,500
$1,400
$1,800
$2,000
$5,000
$400
$2,500
$1,500
15
Rogers, Janet Marie
Trasher, Agnes
Wallace, Yvonne Brenda
Wherry, Catherine Charles
VICTORIA
QUESNEL
MOUNT CURRIE
VICTORIA
$2,000
$2,500
$2,500
$1,500
Director of the Arts Division
$20,000
Directrice de la Division des arts
Rosen, Carmen Sheila
VANCOUVER
$20,000
Dance
$222,750
Danse
Alleyne, John Anderson Ernest
Barrick Taffe, Julia Ann
Botnen, Sandra
Brett, Delia
Caulfield, Cori Noel
Gagnon, Noam Daniel
Gingras, Dana Marie
Gunnlaugson, Andrea Jane
Hackenbrook, Daelik Darin Howard
Helesic, Dana
Hyman, Randolph-Dalton
Krown, Schaandra
Kwan, Ziyian Jean
LeGon, Jeni
Monteiro, Laurenilza Neves
Pite, Crystal Le-Anne
Saroyan, Julie-Anne
Shalagan, Kalen
Terezakis, Paraskevas
Tolentino, Alvin Erasga
Tuson, Kimberly Anne-Marie
Urrutia, Paula
van Hyfte, Christopher Travis
Wang, Wen Wei
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$1,000
$20,000
$1,000
$1,000
$14,000
$20,000
$20,000
$1,000
$20,000
$20,000
$1,000
$500
$750
$10,000
$2,000
$30,000
$15,000
$12,000
$2,000
$8,000
$8,000
$2,500
$1,000
$12,000
Inter-Arts Office
$71,000
Bureau inter-arts
Banana-Frankham, Anna Lee
Boehme, John G. Gregory
Carruthers, Elizabeth Joan Rhiannon
Davis, Bonnie S.
Fanconi, Kendra Diane
Graham, Kim Dawn
Hall, Craig Alvin
Hannah, Barbara Txi
Laramee, Odette Therese
Laurenson, Andrew Duncan
Parker, Blake Peter James
Pignon, Dinka
Singh, Victoria Anne
Stoddard, Christine Patricia
Ternes, Paul Edward
ROBERTS CREEK
VICTORIA
GABRIOLA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
GABRIOLA
VANCOUVER
NELSON
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$16,500
$750
$1,000
$2,500
$1,000
$8,000
$1,000
$2,500
$2,000
$1,000
$750
$13,000
$2,500
$500
$1,000
16
Weidenhammer, Lori Deanne
Westerkamp, Hildegard
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$15,000
$2,000
Media Arts
$766,000
Arts médiatiques
Achong, Deanne Karen Corcoran
Armstrong, Kathryn Jane
Arthur, Stephen
Austin-Olsen, Lance Edward
Bishko, Leslie Marlene
Bolster, Kevin John Thomas
Bolton, John Spence
Borda, Sylvia Grace
Boyce, Richard Clemens
Boyle, Gwen Deng
Bridge, Sonia Diana Katherine
Burgoyne, Diana Clare
Clark, Scott Christopher
Claxton, Dana Lee
Cottam, Kevin James
DaSilva, Jason Augustine Anthony
Daunt, Felicia Mary Adele Louise
Davidson, Simon
Drouin, Jamie Trevor
Eylon, Tamar
Geary, Nathaniel Forbes
Gummerson, Penny Elizabeth
Harrison, Patrick Warren
Hastings, Linda
Hockenhull, Oliver John
Howells, Jonathan Dafydd
Jones, Christopher Trevor
Kolber, David J.
Kwan, Casey
Lawrence, Glace Winsome
Levin, M. Simon Myer
Lim, Desiree
MacKenzie, Alexander Grant
Marin, Nikola Maria
Massombagi, Asghar
Mok, Cliff Kafai
Newland, Marvin Earl
Nisbet, Nancy Dale
Oker, Garry Brian
Pandora, Passia
Pietrobruno, Ileana
Poirier, Terra
Poisson, Renée Gallery
Quinn, Catherine Louise
Radul, Judy Anne Lewis
Raxlen, Richard Bruce
Rimmer, David McLellan
Salloum, Jayce Perry
Sanford, Glen Martin
Schiphorst, Thecla H.
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
BURNABY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
ERRINGTON
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
PENDER ISLAND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
DELTA
CAMPBELL RIVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NEW DENVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
FORT ST JOHN
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
MERVILLE
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
FANNY BAY
VANCOUVER
$750
$17,000
$55,000
$1,500
$1,000
$14,000
$1,500
$1,500
$16,000
$1,500
$1,000
$1,500
$500
$60,000
$1,500
$16,000
$1,000
$1,000
$1,500
$4,000
$60,000
$10,000
$32,000
$500
$1,000
$16,000
$750
$16,000
$16,000
$2,000
$32,000
$2,500
$1,500
$1,500
$1,500
$16,000
$1,500
$2,000
$60,000
$1,000
$2,500
$750
$21,000
$55,000
$750
$750
$51,000
$1,500
$2,500
$60,000
17
Schloss, Walter Andrew
Sharpe, Jill Dianne
Sheydaei, Seyyed Ramin
Taggart, Gilbert Charles
Taylor, Douglas R. Neufville
Taylor, Joel Russell
Walker, Lisa Ann
Wilson, Bruce John
Wilson, Richard Tom John
Xin, Winston
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
BURNABY
GALIANO
VANCOUVER
$20,000
$750
$45,000
$1,000
$1,500
$16,000
$500
$1,500
$10,000
$2,500
Music
$568,500
Musique
Alatiit, Louella Santos
Anthony-Shaw, Jennika Rachel
Atkinson, Marc
Bigelow, Myles Ng
Burke, John Joseph
Butterfield, Christopher James Agnew
Carreras, Juan M.
Chamberlin, Robert L.
Christensen, Justin James
Clark, William James
Cornista, Alvin
Costanzi, Rita Denise
Dhillon, Neelamjit
Diallo, Alpha Yaya
Edwards, Wolf
Francey, David James
Fraser, Hugh Alexander
Frye, Christopher Warren
Gagnon, Marcel
Gonzalez-Risso, Kico
Grealy, Boyd Seiichi
Greenlaw, Joshua Jonathan
Hammett-Vaughan, Kathryn Andrea
Han, Mei
Hébert, Danielle
Herriott, Mike David
Hille, Veda
Houle, François
Korsrud, John Douglas
Krgovich, Nick
Liebich-Tait, Alexandra Marion
Livingston, Barbara Lyn
MacIsaac, Elizabeth Kathleen
Manx, Harry
Matossian, Mariam Armig
Ningiuk, Charlie
Oliver, John Edward C.
O'Neill, Michael Thomas
Pack, Bradshaw Leith
Pickering, Ken
Priest, eldritch Michael
Pritchard, Robert Blake
Reside, Judith Christie
DUNCAN
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
RICHMOND
VICTORIA
GARIBALDI HIGHLANDS
NANAIMO
LANGLEY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
COQUITLAM
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VICTORIA
FORT FRASER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
RICHMOND
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
COQUITLAM
SALMON ARM
CAMPBELL RIVER
VICTORIA
SALT SPRING ISLAND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NEW WESTMINSTER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
BURNABY
VANCOUVER
$750
$10,000
$7,000
$12,000
$21,500
$16,750
$5,000
$10,000
$16,000
$18,000
$8,000
$1,500
$10,000
$9,000
$1,000
$7,500
$26,200
$4,000
$10,000
$750
$6,000
$4,000
$9,100
$10,000
$14,000
$11,500
$19,500
$10,000
$1,000
$12,700
$2,000
$3,500
$1,500
$7,000
$12,000
$4,000
$37,750
$750
$15,000
$14,500
$1,000
$750
$5,000
18
Rocco, Rachel
Samworth, Ronald David
Schroeder, Sabrina Anne
Scofield, Sandy
Sherwood, Capella Nerine
Tarry, Christopher Duncan
Underhill, Owen Reginald
Van der Schyff, Dylan
Walker, Lisa Ann
Westbury, Eric
Willie, Charles
Wilson, Anthony James
Xia, Vivian Wei Qing
Zhuo, Rui-Shi
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
MAPLE BAY
NANAIMO
HORNBY ISLAND
RICHMOND
VANCOUVER
$11,000
$10,000
$750
$30,000
$750
$24,000
$16,000
$16,000
$11,500
$16,000
$10,000
$5,000
$3,000
$17,000
Theatre
$168,250
Théâtre
Aguirre, Carmen Lorena
Albert, Lyle Victor
Bowman, Bonnie Lynn
Brewin, Jennifer Amea
Bushkowsky, Aaron
Chaichian, Camyar Shapour
Clark, Sally
Daum, Jill Tacey
Diamond, David Paul
Ditor, Rachel Mara
Dittrich, Dorothy Violet
Evans, Tasha Faye
Ewen, Lesley Carron Mary
Ferguson, Alexander Lazaridis
Fomitchev, Maxim Anatoli
Frangione, Lucia
Heath, Colin James
Kelly, Alison Susan
Kerr, Kevin James
LeBourdais, Vanessa
Mackay, Julia E.
Maxwell, Victoria Susan
McCarthy, Siobhan Sarah
Mowatt, Donald Andrew
Nichol, Robin Catherine
Oliver, Kathleen Joan
O'Shea, James Malcolm
Panych, Morris Stephen
Pitcher, Jeffrey Peter
Simpson, Dennis Anthony L.
Taylor, Heidi Alexandra
Williams, Deborah Ann
Wong, Adrienne Germaine Suzanne
Yamamoto, Maiko Bae
Youssef, Marcus Patrick
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
ARMSTRONG
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
ARMSTRONG
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
BURNABY
NEW WESTMINSTER
VANCOUVER
NEW WESTMINSTER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
BURNABY
VANCOUVER
$9,000
$7,000
$500
$4,000
$13,000
$10,000
$750
$1,200
$13,000
$9,000
$9,000
$13,000
$15,000
$1,000
$1,000
$500
$5,000
$1,200
$750
$250
$2,000
$750
$750
$1,000
$1,200
$9,750
$500
$1,200
$16,000
$750
$500
$1,200
$10,000
$2,500
$6,000
Visual Arts
$739,250
Arts visuels
19
Beech, Linda Mary
Berelowitz, Lance
Butler, Margot Leigh
Chaplin, Robert Murray
Clark, Anna Catherine
Collison, Nika
Culley, Peter James
Dexter, Walter Gibson
Epp, Edward John
Fitzpatrick, Jason William Fowler
Granirer, Pnina
Gu, Xiong
Haraldsson, Arni Runar
Helfand, Fern Miriam
Henriques, Lisa Jane
Hogg, Lucille Elaine
Howes, Hadley Evelyn
Hunt, Bradley Joshua
Hurtig, Annette Debby
Ihaya, Tomoyo
Jeffrey, Jack John Michael
Johnson, Jay Bundy
Jones, Robert Harper James
Jungen, Brian Dean
Kalberg, Holger
Kealy, Séamus Malachi Joseph
Kipling, Ann Barbara
Knox, Una Lindsay
Koenker, Deborah Marie
Lang, Oliver Marc Thomas
Langergraber, Keith John
Laskarin, Daniel Lee
Lee, Evan Foon
Lofgren, Karen Lorena
Lukacs, Attila Richard
Mackenzie, Landon L.C.
MacLeod, Jocelyn Myfanwy Charlotte
Martineau, Luanne Frances
McFarland, Scott C.
McKenzie, Kevin Raymond
Meigs, Sandra Lee
Minegishi, Shinsuke
Moppett, Damian Jon
Morgan, Joey Martha Jo
Morris, Michael William
Morrison, Alexander Innes
Ohama, Baco Barbara-Ann Christin
Okano, Haruko Joyce
Papou, Laurie Leanne
Parolin, Maria Anna
Paul Yuxweluptun, Lawrence Benjamin
Pearson, Gary Birger
Perrone, Louise Jacqueline
Pierobon, Peter John
Pratt, Elspeth Ann
Prentice, Duane Gregory
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
COQUITLAM
VANCOUVER
ROSSLAND
QUEEN CHARLOTTE
NANAIMO
VICTORIA
PRINCE RUPERT
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
KELOWNA
WEST VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
GIBSONS
HORNBY ISLAND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
FALKLAND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
KELOWNA
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
SALMON ARM
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
BRENTWOOD BAY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
COQUITLAM
VANCOUVER
KELOWNA
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
$9,000
$25,000
$24,000
$9,000
$9,000
$35,000
$20,000
$500
$1,000
$750
$1,000
$32,000
$1,500
$750
$2,000
$1,500
$9,000
$1,000
$34,000
$9,000
$1,500
$8,000
$9,000
$26,500
$1,000
$1,500
$34,000
$1,500
$25,000
$1,500
$9,000
$15,000
$9,000
$7,000
$34,000
$34,000
$27,000
$1,500
$2,000
$9,000
$19,500
$1,500
$1,500
$1,500
$1,000
$9,000
$25,000
$500
$1,000
$1,000
$19,500
$1,500
$1,500
$1,000
$21,000
$2,500
20
Reeves, Bentley J.
Rodrigues, Sadira
Roy, Marina Michele
Schaefer, Carey Ann
Schmidt, Kevin Ronald
Shaw, Jeremy Gwynn
Shefrin, Sima Elizabeth
Simpson, Gregg Cairns
Spira, Maurice
Storey, Alan John
Suchy, Steven Andrew
Thompson, Diana Lynn
Wade, Janet Leslie
Weppler, Rhonda Jane
White, Brian George
Wilson, Cynthia
Wong, Janice Rosemary
Yoon, Jin-me Alina
York, Julie Allison
Zack, Etienne
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
GIBSONS
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SALTSPRING ISLAND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
BURNABY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SURREY
VANCOUVER
$2,000
$35,000
$6,000
$1,000
$9,000
$9,000
$1,000
$1,500
$750
$1,000
$9,000
$1,500
$2,000
$9,750
$15,000
$1,500
$1,000
$26,000
$9,000
$7,750
Writing and Publishing
$678,000
Lettres et édition
Acker, Lori Maleea
Adams, Randy Paul
Andrews Grace, Susan Mary
Armstrong, Luanne Aileen
Armstrong, Tammy Lynn
Bazzana, Kevin John
Bissley, Jacqueline Yvonne Giselle
Bowman, Bonnie Lynn
Brett, Brian Thomas
Butcher, Kristin Nickela
Chen, Ying
Chong, Kevin Kim
Coady, R. Lynn
Coyote, Ivan Elizabeth
Farrant, Marion Alice Coburn
Fischer, Elizabeth
Galloway, Steven Michael
Gartner, Zsuzsi
Geddes, Gary
Godfrey, Rebecca Margot
Gom, Leona Marie
Gray, Andrew Neil
Gudgeon, Christopher Jonathon
Gunn, Genni Laura
Haley, Heather Susan
Hamilton, Jane Eaton
Henderson, Lee Morgan Taylor
Howe, Kenneth Nelson
Hryniuk, Angela Marie
Hutzulak, Clint
Johnston, Elaine Loretta
Karasick, Adeena Michelle
Labonté, Christopher Michael
VICTORIA
NANAIMO
NELSON
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
BRENTWOOD BAY
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SALT SPRING ISLAND
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SIDNEY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SOOKE
VICTORIA
WHITE ROCK
NANAIMO
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
SURREY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$11,500
$1,500
$20,000
$15,000
$10,000
$8,000
$10,000
$10,000
$20,000
$8,000
$1,500
$11,500
$20,000
$15,000
$20,000
$15,000
$10,000
$10,000
$20,000
$10,000
$20,000
$10,000
$19,000
$500
$12,000
$20,000
$10,000
$20,000
$12,000
$10,000
$500
$1,500
$10,000
21
Laird, Ross Alexander
Lane, Patrick
Lau, Evelyn Yee-Fun
Lee, Nancy
Livingston, Billie Rose
Loyie, Lawrence Albert
MacLeod, Heather Katelen
Martin, Heather Carmen
McNamee, Graham Victor
Mitchell, Timothy Alexander
Murphy, Derryl Matthew
Nicholson, Larry
Olson, Karen W.
Orr, Margaret Grace
Partridge, Elise Tompkins
Pattison, Lorraine Dale
Pearce, Jacqueline Mary
Puhallo, Michial Steven
Rivers, Karen Ruth
Rose, Rachel Shashi
Rosnau, Laisha Lynd
Sherwood, Barrie Wayne
Soros, Erin Marie
Stenson, Susan Margaret
Stonehouse, Catherine Elizabeth
Taylor, Timothy
Thesen, Sharon Gail
Thien, Madeleine
Watt, Alison Mary Elizabeth
Wong, Rita Kim Yee
DELTA
SAANICHTON
VANCOUVER
RICHMOND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
KAMLOOPS
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
PRINCE GEORGE
VANCOUVER
PENTICTON
PENTICTON
VANCOUVER
PENTICTON
BURNABY
KAMLOOPS
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
KALEDEN
NORTH VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NANAIMO
VANCOUVER
$10,000
$20,000
$4,000
$1,500
$16,000
$9,000
$8,000
$10,000
$16,000
$10,000
$10,000
$4,000
$3,000
$4,000
$10,000
$4,000
$10,000
$1,000
$20,000
$10,000
$10,000
$10,000
$10,000
$12,500
$10,000
$18,000
$20,000
$2,000
$10,000
$2,500
Endowments and Prizes
$87,000
Prix et dotations
Armstrong, Tammy Lynn
Browne, Colin Victor Alleyne
Falk, Gathie
Gale, Lorena Lillian
Harris, Walter Evans
Kerr, Kevin James
Landale, Zoë Barbara
Lekich, John
McKay, Donald Fleming
Miki, Roy
Shields, Carol Ann
Tanabe, Takao
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
HAZELTON
VANCOUVER
RICHMOND
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
PARKSVILLE
$1,000
$1,000
$15,000
$1,000
$15,000
$15,000
$6,000
$1,000
$1,000
$15,000
$1,000
$15,000
Total British Columbia Grants to Individual Artists, 2002-2003:
Subventions totales octroyées aux artistes individuels à la Colombie-Britannique, 2002-2003:
$3,506,108
Grants to Arts Organizations/Subventions aux organismes artistiques
Director's Office
$47,340
Bureau de la directrice
22
Vancouver Ensemble of Jazz Improvisation
Vancouver Whistler Olympic 2010 Bid Corporation
VICTORIA
BURNABY
$17,340
$30,000
Outreach
$205,775
Promotion de la diffusion
Alpha Yaya Diallo Group
Antimatter Festival of Underground Short Film & Video
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Ballet British Columbia
Battery Opera
Bau-Xi Gallery
Bill Hilly Band
Brad Turner Quartet
Canadian Institute of the Arts for Young Audiences
Capilano College Performing Arts Theatre
Caravan World Rhythms Society
Carolyn Swayze Literary Agency
Catriona Jeffries Gallery
Centre culturel francophone de Vancouver
Contemporary Management
Coyote Arts Percussive Performance Association
Documentary Media Society
Equinox Gallery
Gallery Gachet Society
Green Thumb Theatre for Young People
Grunt Gallery
Jazz Festivals Canada
Khac Chi - Sounds of Vietnam
Kinesis Dance Society
Kokoro Dance
Kootenay School of the Arts Cooperative
Manding Jata
Mary T. Presents...
Masabo Culture Company
Maximum Management
Metalwood
Mortal Coil Performance Society
Mother of Pearl
Moving Images Distribution Society
New Performance Works
Or Gallery
Orchid Ensemble
Out On Screen
Presentation House Gallery
Radix Theatre Society
Reel to Real International Film Festival for Youth
Ruby Slippers Production Society
Rumba Calzada
Sandy Scofield Group
Satellite Video Exchange Society
Scrap Arts Music
Silk Road Music
The Electric Company
The Pacific Association of Artist- Run Centres
Tiller's Folly
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
WHITE ROCK
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
COQUITLAM
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
WINLAW
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SURREY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
BURNABY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
RICHMOND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
BURNABY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SURREY
$12,500
$3,000
$1,000
$1,400
$2,862
$1,600
$7,100
$6,000
$750
$1,000
$1,000
$1,200
$22,000
$750
$3,500
$500
$750
$3,800
$2,700
$750
$4,000
$8,200
$1,500
$8,000
$3,700
$15,000
$3,250
$6,763
$2,500
$1,000
$3,400
$5,000
$4,700
$4,000
$2,000
$750
$2,000
$1,500
$1,000
$750
$1,500
$4,000
$1,900
$5,700
$2,500
$7,500
$2,000
$5,000
$3,500
$2,200
23
Vancouver Book & Magazine Fair - The Word on The Street
Vancouver East Cultural Centre
Vancouver International Children's Festival
Vancouver New Music Society
Vancouver West Side Theatre Society
Victoria Dance Series Society
Victoria Literary Arts Festival Society
Zubot and Dawson
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
DUNCAN
VANCOUVER
$1,500
$750
$750
$750
$750
$1,000
$1,300
$10,000
Aboriginal Arts Secretariat
$80,200
Secrétariat des arts autochtones
Rainbow Productions Society
Captain Gold Cultural & Renewal Society
Raven Spirit Dance Collective
Red Roots Theatre Group
Gitwangak Elder's Group
Mamalilikulla-Qwe'Qwa'Sot'Em Band
Full Circle: First Nations Performance
Urban Ink Productions
PENTICTON
QUEEN CHARLOTTE
NORTH VANCOUVER
MERRITT
KITWANGA
CAMPBELL RIVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$30,000
$30,000
$8,000
$2,000
$2,500
$2,000
$1,500
$4,200
Equity
Équité
Arsenal Pulp Press Book Publishers Ltd.
Battery Opera
Boca Del Lupo Theatre
Co. ERASGA
Diane Kadota Arts Management
Kokoro Dance
La Luna Theatre Productions
Mandala Arts and Culture Society
New Performance Works
Neworld Theatre Society
On Edge
Powell Street Festival Society
Puente Theatre Society
RicePaper
Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Society
Vancouver Cantonese Opera
Vancouver Chinese Instrumental Music Society
Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
$540,000
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SURREY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
Director of the Arts Division
$413,000
Directrice de la Division des arts
Art Starts in Schools
Cranbrook and District Arts Council
DanceArts Vancouver Society
Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design
Gingolx Cultural Society
Headlines Theatre Co.
Indigenous Arts Service Organization
Karen Jamieson Dance Company
Ktunaxa Nation Dance Troupe
Mortal Coil Performance Society
VANCOUVER
CRANBROOK
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
KINCOLITH
VANCOUVER
PENTICTON
VANCOUVER
CRANBROOK
VANCOUVER
$30,000
$4,000
$30,000
$20,000
$20,000
$20,000
$20,000
$65,000
$10,000
$20,000
24
North Cariboo Métis Association
Okanagan Thompson International Sculpture Society
Old Masset Haida Carvers
Pacific Cinematheque Pacifique
Planetahead Media Arts Team
Puente Theatre Society
Purple Thistle Community Society
Rainbow Productions Society
Vancouver Island Consortium of Indigenous Arts
QUESNEL
WESTBANK
MASSET
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
PENTICTON
VICTORIA
$5,000
$4,000
$20,000
$50,000
$20,000
$20,000
$5,000
$20,000
$30,000
Dance
$1,974,300
Danse
Ballet British Columbia
Battery Opera
Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists -British Columbia Chapter
(CADA/BC)
Canadian Institute of the Arts for Young Audiences
Co. ERASGA
DanceArts Vancouver Society
Dancing on the Edge Festival
DanStaBat Performance Society
EDAM
Eponymous
Gwiis Amiilk Gii Golth
Insight Film and Video Productions
Joe Ink Performance Society
JumpStart
Karen Jamieson Dance Company
Kokoro Dance
La Compaigni V'ni Dans'i
Lola MacLaughlin Dance
Main Dance Projects Society
Mascall Dance
New Performance Works
Quorum
Raven Spirit Dance Collective
Rosario Ancer Flamenco Atrs Society
Suddenly Dance Theatre
The Dance Centre
The Firehall Arts Centre
The Holy Body Tattoo
Vancouver East Cultural Centre
Victoria Dance Series Society
Weiwaikum Cultural Society
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$419,000
$44,400
$15,000
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
PRINCE RUPERT
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
PORT MOODY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
CAMPBELL RIVER
$46,000
$23,000
$120,000
$85,000
$26,000
$87,500
$20,000
$10,000
$30,000
$55,000
$45,000
$52,000
$80,000
$30,000
$102,000
$3,000
$106,600
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
$20,000
$20,000
$208,000
$35,000
$131,800
$35,000
$5,000
$30,000
Inter-Arts Office
$233,000
Bureau inter-arts
Aboriginal Art and Culture Celebration Society
Canadian Institute of the Arts for Young Audiences
Full Circle: First Nations Performance
Grunt Gallery
LIVE Biennial of Performance Art Society
Open Space Arts Society
Powell Street Festival Society
Radix Theatre Society
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$15,000
$20,000
$18,000
$18,000
$12,000
$10,000
$20,000
$25,000
25
The I.E. Artspeak Gallery Society
Urban Ink Productions
Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Society
Vancouver West Side Theatre Society
Western Front Society
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$10,000
$25,000
$25,000
$15,000
$20,000
Media Arts
$1,197,900
Arts médiatiques
CineVic Society for Independent Filmmakers
Cineworks Independent Filmmakers' Society
Community Radio Education Society
Creative Women Workshops
Documentary Media Society
Grunt Gallery
Independent Community Television Co-operative
Indigenous Arts Service Organization
Indigenous Media Arts Group
MediaNet
Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia
Moving Images Distribution Society
Moving Pictures: Travelling Film Festival
Okanagan Artists Alternative Association
On Edge
Out On Screen
Pacific Cinematheque Pacifique
Runnymede Enhancement Society
Satellite Video Exchange Society
The Blinding Light Film and Video Society
The Movie Monday Society
Vancouver Art Gallery
Vancouver Asian Film Festival Society
Victoria Independent Film & Video Festival
Western Front Society
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
WEST VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
PENTICTON
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
KELOWNA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
$35,000
$105,000
$20,000
$20,000
$23,500
$54,000
$18,900
$40,000
$22,500
$40,000
$20,000
$80,000
$19,000
$16,400
$34,100
$54,000
$180,000
$18,000
$210,000
$46,000
$10,000
$45,000
$3,500
$10,000
$73,000
Music
$3,614,300
Musique
Art Starts in Schools
ASZA
Bill Hilly Band
Bruce Nielsen Band
Burney Ensemble
Cabaret Canada
Canadian Institute of the Arts for Young Audiences
Chor Leoni Men's Chorus
Coastal Jazz and Blues Society
Continuum Consort
Coucous Bénévoles
DanStaBat Performance Society
Diane Kadota Arts Management
Drosera Ensemble
Early Music Vancouver
Elektra Women's Choir
Ensemble Symposium
Festival Distribution Inc.
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
SALT SPRING ISLAND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$25,000
$7,000
$20,000
$12,000
$19,900
$1,000
$5,000
$18,000
$13,000
$2,700
$3,900
$6,000
$25,000
$2,000
$25,000
$16,500
$4,000
$26,400
26
Great Uncles of the Revolution
Han Raine-Reusch Duo
Hannan and Kucharzyk
Hard Rubber New Music Society
Harrison Festival Society
Jenny Lester Bluegrass Show
John Reischman and the Jaybirds
Kamloops Symphony Society
Kate Hammett-Vaughan Quintet
Khac Chi - Sounds of Vietnam
Laudate Singers Society
Little Chamber Music Series That Could Society
Mai-Band
Mary T. Presents...
Maximum Management
Mei Han & Randy Raine-Reusch Duo
Metalwood
Modern Baroque Opera Society
Mother of Pearl
Musica Intima
New Orchestra Workshop Society
Octagon
Okanagan Symphony Society
Open Space Arts Society
Or Gallery
Orchid Ensemble
Pacific Opera Victoria Society
Palm Court Orchestra
Phoenix Chamber Choir
Prince George Symphony Orchestra Society
Pro Musica Society of Vancouver
Raw Meat & Butterflies
Robert Minden Duo
Salmon Arm Folk Music Society
Saxophilia
Sen'Klip Native Theatre Company
Silk Road Music
Standing Wave Society
Structural Damage
Tom Landa and the Paperboys
Tzo'kam
Uzume Taiko Ensemble
Vancouver Bach Choir
Vancouver Cantata Society
Vancouver Cantonese Opera
Vancouver Chamber Choir
Vancouver Chinese Instrumental Music Society
Vancouver East Cultural Centre
Vancouver Folk Music Festival Society
Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra
Vancouver Island Symphony
Vancouver New Music Society
Vancouver Opera Association
Vancouver Summer Festival Society
Vancouver Symphony
Veda Hille and Her Skilled and Devoted Band
Victoria Symphony Society
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
BOWEN ISLAND
VANCOUVER
KAMLOOPS
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SURREY
KELOWNA
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
COBBLE HILL
BURNABY
PRINCE GEORGE
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SALMON ARM
VANCOUVER
VERNON
BURNABY
VANCOUVER
NEW WESTMINSTER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
WEST VANCOUVER
WEST VANCOUVER
SURREY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NANAIMO
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
$12,300
$4,800
$5,000
$24,000
$12,500
$3,800
$2,000
$22,000
$13,300
$1,500
$5,000
$4,000
$5,000
$12,500
$16,000
$6,000
$6,300
$35,000
$10,000
$15,000
$36,000
$15,000
$41,000
$19,000
$3,500
$32,000
$146,000
$3,000
$7,750
$29,000
$16,000
$2,600
$21,000
$15,000
$6,000
$25,000
$3,800
$45,100
$9,000
$7,000
$10,000
$4,500
$50,000
$15,000
$12,000
$190,050
$22,000
$5,000
$12,000
$28,000
$10,500
$149,300
$565,000
$18,000
$1,169,200
$6,000
$335,000
27
Weiwaikum Cultural Society
Western Front Society
Zubot and Dawson
CAMPBELL RIVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$13,100
$46,000
$22,500
Theatre
$2,625,225
Théâtre
Apple Core Co-Op
Arts Club Theatre
Axis Theatre Company
Belfry Theatre
Big Sky Collective
Boca Del Lupo Theatre
Canadian Institute of the Arts for Young Audiences
Carousel Theatre Company
Felix Culpa
First Vancouver Theatrespace Society, Vancouver Fringe Festival
Full Circle: First Nations Performance
Green Thumb Theatre for Young People
Headlines Theatre Co.
Kaleidoscope Theatre Productions Society
Kitimat Concert Association
La Luna Theatre Productions
Leaky Heaven Performance Society
Neworld Theatre Society
Pacific Theatre
Pink Ink Theatre Productions Association
Playwrights Theatre Centre
Puente Theatre Society
Rainbow Productions Society
Real Wheels
Red Roots Theatre Group
Richmond Gateway Theatre Society
Ruby Slippers Production Society
Rumble Productions Society
Runaway Moon Theatre
Shadbolt Centre for the Arts
Shameless Hussy Productions
Skeena River Players
Solo Collective
Sunshine Theatre Society
The Bill Miner Society for Cultural Advancement
The Electric Company
The Firehall Arts Centre
The Vancouver Playhouse
The Virtual Stage Arts Society
Theatre in the Raw
Théâtre La Seizième
Theatre Modular Organizational Management Society
Theatre Skam Association
TheatreOne
TNW Theatre North West Society
Touchstone Theatre
Urban Ink Productions
Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre
Western Canada Theatre
Wild Excursions Performance
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
Pender Island
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
KITIMAT
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
PENTICTON
BURNABY
MERRITT
RICHMOND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
ENDERBY
BURNABY
VANCOUVER
TERRACE
VANCOUVER
KELOWNA
ARMSTRONG
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
NANAIMO
PRINCE GEORGE
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
KAMLOOPS
VANCOUVER
$15,000
$348,500
$95,000
$199,000
$14,000
$25,450
$65,000
$52,000
$14,800
$2,500
$56,500
$232,000
$56,500
$800
$1,500
$5,750
$19,000
$49,500
$750
$49,800
$110,000
$8,000
$17,000
$9,000
$3,000
$10,000
$39,000
$65,000
$6,000
$760
$9,000
$10,000
$8,000
$29,100
$80,620
$54,580
$64,500
$351,500
$8,000
$6,000
$64,810
$16,000
$13,555
$22,000
$45,800
$89,350
$30,500
$3,000
$143,000
$4,800
28
Visual Arts
$1,981,450
Arts visuels
A.T. Eight Artropolis Society
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Catriona Jeffries Gallery
Charles H. Scott Gallery
Comox Valley Art Gallery
Contemporary Art Gallery
Doryphore Curatorial Collective
Douglas McIntyre Publishing Group
Equinox Gallery
First Peoples' Cultural Foundation/House of First Voices
Grunt Gallery
Helen Pitt Gallery
Independent Communication Association
Kamloops Art Gallery
Kelowna Art Gallery Association
Malaspina Printmakers' Society
Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia
Okanagan Artists Alternative Association
Okanagan University College, Department of Fine Arts
On Edge
Open Space Arts Society
Or Gallery
Presentation House Gallery
Prince George Regional Art Gallery Association
Richmond Art Gallery Association
Surrey Art Gallery
The I.E. Artspeak Gallery Society
Tracey Lawrence Gallery Inc.
University College of the Cariboo, Visual and Performing Arts Dept.
University of British Columbia, Museum of Anthropology
University of British Columbia, School of Architecture
Vancouver Access Artist Run Centre
Vancouver Art Gallery
Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
Western Front Society
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
COURTENAY
VANCOUVER
HORNBY ISLAND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
KAMLOOPS
KELOWNA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
KELOWNA
KELOWNA
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
PRINCE GEORGE
RICHMOND
SURREY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
KAMLOOPS
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
$10,000
$110,000
$16,000
$133,000
$7,000
$145,000
$5,000
$15,000
$20,000
$5,000
$80,000
$16,000
$8,000
$160,250
$51,300
$20,000
$193,000
$20,000
$5,000
$15,000
$50,000
$72,000
$109,000
$8,000
$23,000
$47,000
$100,000
$15,000
$5,000
$34,900
$17,000
$41,000
$330,000
$10,000
$85,000
Writing and Publishing
$2,188,460
Lettres et édition
Anvil Press
Arsenal Pulp Press Book Publishers Ltd.
Artichoke: Writings about the Visual Arts
Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia (ABPBC)
BC Association of Magazine Publishers
Beach Holme Publishers
Booming Ground Writers' Community
Caitlin Press
Claremont Review
Coquitlam Public Library
Dance International Magazine
Douglas College
Douglas McIntyre Publishing Group
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
PRINCE GEORGE
VICTORIA
COQUITLAM
VANCOUVER
NEW WESTMINSTER
VANCOUVER
$76,000
$103,800
$15,600
$48,000
$13,000
$103,600
$15,000
$38,400
$10,100
$1,000
$17,600
$4,000
$109,800
29
Ekstasis Editions Canada
Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design
Event
Federation of British Columbia Writers - Vancouver
Fraser Valley Regional Library
Greater Victoria Public Library
Green Thumb Theatre for Young People
Greenboathouse Books
Harbour Publishing Co. Ltd.
Heritage House Publishing
Hodgepog Books
Idélire
Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver
Kootenay School of Writing, Nelson
Kwantlen University College
Langara College
Lasqueti Arts Council
Lines and Passages Literary Association
Malaspina College, Cowichan Branch
Mocambo Coffee
National Congress of Black Women Foundation
New Star Books Ltd.
Nightwood Editions
North Island College, Courtenay Campus
Northwest Community College, English Department
Okanagan Regional Library
Okanagan University College, North Kelowna
Oolichan Books
Orca Book Publishers Ltd.
Pacific Bookworld News Society
Prism International
Raincoast Book Distribution Limited
Redwire Native Youth Media
RicePaper
Richmond Public Library
Ronsdale Press
Room of One's Own
Salt Spring Theatre Alive Society
Selkirk College
Seymour Art Gallery
Sono Nis Press
South Island Collective
subTerrain Magazine
Sundays at the JBI
Sunshine Coast Arts Council
Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts
Surrey Public Library, Fleetwood Branch
Talon Books
Terrace Public Library
The Book Store on Bastion Street
The Capilano Review
The Edgewise ElectroLit Centre Society
The En'owkin Centre
The Geist Foundation
The Malahat Review
The Railroad Reading Series
Theytus Books Ltd.
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
NEW WESTMINSTER
VANCOUVER
ABBOTSFORD
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
MADEIRA PARK
NANOOSE BAY
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NELSON
SURREY
VANCOUVER
LASQUETI
SOINTULA
DUNCAN
SOOKE
BURNABY
VANCOUVER
MADEIRA PARK
COURTENAY
TERRACE
SALMON ARM
KELOWNA
LANTZVILLE
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
RICHMOND
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SALT SPRING ISLAND
CASTLEGAR
NORTH VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
SALT SPRING ISLAND
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
SECHELT
SECHELT
SURREY
POWELL RIVER
TERRACE
NANAIMO
NORTH VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
PENTICTON
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
PENTICTON
$68,300
$8,700
$15,200
$6,000
$3,700
$1,800
$10,000
$2,200
$74,400
$22,500
$27,600
$36,000
$8,380
$4,700
$2,760
$1,245
$1,450
$2,600
$1,160
$1,250
$1,700
$57,300
$48,600
$1,950
$2,300
$2,400
$4,600
$62,600
$84,200
$32,000
$18,700
$110,800
$15,000
$18,700
$4,535
$46,900
$7,500
$3,900
$2,300
$570
$49,600
$10,000
$17,900
$2,875
$5,465
$12,600
$7,040
$142,200
$6,300
$1,600
$27,600
$20,000
$3,600
$47,200
$34,000
$1,700
$91,500
30
Thompson Nicola Regional District Library System
TouchWood Editions Ltd.
Tradewind Books Ltd.
Tuktu and Nogak Project
University of British Columbia Press
University of Northern British Columbia, English Department
University of Victoria, Department of Creative Writing
Vancouver Book & Magazine Fair - The Word on The Street
Vancouver Community College, King Edward Campus
Vancouver International Writers Festival
Vancouver Island International Festival for Young Audiences
Vancouver Island Regional Library, Headquarters
Vancouver Public Library
Vancouver Society of Storytelling (VSOS)
Vernon English Teachers
Victoria Literary Arts Festival Society
West Coast Line
West Vancouver Memorial Library
Western Magazine Awards Foundation
Whitecap Books Limited
Writing on the Ridge
KAMLOOPS
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
PRINCE GEORGE
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NANAIMO
NANAIMO
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VERNON
DUNCAN
BURNABY
WEST VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER
DAWSON CREEK
$3,450
$50,900
$32,000
$14,600
$64,600
$8,000
$2,900
$15,000
$1,450
$22,000
$5,780
$12,000
$8,950
$8,400
$2,530
$11,000
$20,700
$1,850
$2,500
$31,200
$5,070
VANCOUVER
$10,000
Endowments and Prizes
Prix et dotations
Green Thumb Theatre for Young People
Total British Columbia Grants to Arts Organizations, 2002-2003:
Subventions totales octroyées aux organismes artistiques à la Colombia-Britannique, 2002-2003:
$15,110,950
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