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Culture Days

Culture Days 2018 | September 28, 29 & 30

Each year, a variety of activities are held throughout St. Catharines at new and returning venues. Participants are given the opportunity to get creative, get messy, engage with performances, make art and experience culture!

Culture Days is a Canada-wide celebration that is the largest-ever public participation campaign undertaken by the arts and cultural community in this country. Culture Days features FREE hands-on activities that invite the public to participate in the "behind-the-scenes" experiences.

Friday, September 28 Events 

RODMAN HALL ART CENTRE | 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. | 109 St. Paul Crescent and Rodman Hall Drive

Exhibitions | Visual Art | On View 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
"Up close and in motion | Selected Works from the Permanent Collection" Rodman Hall Art Centre’s permanent collection is the result of a legacy of art collecting and philanthropy dating back to 1960, when Rodman Hall Art Centre was established as a public art gallery by community members. The current itteration of "Up close and in motion" features works from the permanent collection selected by St. Catharines-based artist Jimmy Limit, alongside new works created by Limit in response.

 

Expressive Drawing | 5 to 9 p.m.  | Artist: Geoff Farnsworth | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend up to 45 minutes creating
Explore expressive drawing with a focus on shape and colour. Artist Geoff Farnsworth specializes in portraiture through his own work, and will be sharing insights and demonstrating to visitors throughout the workshop. Don’t feel like drawing? Then join in by posing for the group and be rewarded with your own portrait!     

ST. CATHARINES MUSEUM & WELLAND CANALS CENTRE9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  | 1932 Welland Canals Parkway

Museum Exhibits | On View 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Doing Our Bit: World War One from St. Catharines to the Western Front | People & Places | Lost & Found | The Four Welland Canals | Follow the North Star | Holodomor.

MARILYN I. WALKER SCHOOL OF FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS / BROCK UNIVERSITY | 1 to 5 p.m. | 15 Artists Common

Exhibition | Visual Art | On View 1 to 5 p.m. | "Three to eight" by Murray Kropf, Associate Professor, Department of Visual Arts. | VISA Gallery, enter off main lobby
Exploring the first purely abstract body of work produced in his career, the paintings are predicated upon the challenge of creating compositions with limited palettes of between three to eight colours.

 

Viewing | Michael Snow | Timed Images | 1 to 5 p.m. | Second floor hallway 
Michael Snow is an internationally renowned visual artist who has been honoured with solo exhibitions and retrospectives around the world. Snow’s Frame Frame 3 was initially commissioned by Brock University for a site-specific photo and video installation in the Mackenzie Chown Complex that was installed in 1972 – 1973. The pieces uniquely interacted with one another to question our perception of time, space and our existence in those two continuums. 

 

Guided Facility Tours | 12 pm and 5 pm | Meet your tour guide in the Main Lobby

 

Self-Guided Facility Tours | 1 to 5 p.m. | Start in the Main Lobby

NIAGARA HEALTH SYSTEM | WALKER FAMILY CANCER CENTRE | 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. | 1200 Fourth Avenue | First Floor

Collaborative Mural: Pieces | 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. | Artist: Helen Michlik | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend 30 minutes creating
Collaborate with the community on a painted mosaic as you create a section of the larger canvas. The final mural will take inspiration from geometric shapes and bright colours!

ST. CATHARINES CITY HALL | 4 to 6 p.m. | 50 Church Street | 3rd Floor Exhibit Space  

Exhibit | Visual Art | On View And Opening Reception | 4 to 6 p.m.  | Motion | 2018 City of St. Catharines Juried Art Exhibit
Artists: Mary Burke, Gillian Dickson, Marge Dorant, Jennifer Gruhl, Brita Housez, Marinko Jareb, Deborah Larson, Quinn McColgan, Kathleen O’Flaherty, Audrey Parker, Melani Pyke, Joanne Ring, David Rose, Donna Szoke and Kevin Wang.

NIAGARA ARTISTS CENTRE | 12 to 5 p.m. | 354 St Paul Street

Ready Player Two | Visual Art Exhibition| Artists: Sonny Assu and Brendan Tang

Ready Player Two is an art exhibition about the joys of gaming, sci-fi, and comics, about cultural identity, pop culture, and growing up a ‘geek’. Partly nostalgic for adolescence spent living in rec-rooms of the 1980s and 90s, also humourous, imaginative, and executed with a great level of craft. Sonny Assu and Brendan Tang transform the Niagara Artists Centre this fall. NAC presents Ready Player Two in partnership with The Reach Gallery.

 

Saturday, September 29 Events 

 

RODMAN HALL ART CENTRE | 12 to 5 p.m.  | 109 St. Paul Crescent & Rodman Hall Drive

Exhibitions | Visual Art | On View 12 to 5 p.m.
Exhibition Tour 2 to 3 p.m. 
"Up close and in motion | Selected Works from the Permanent Collection" Rodman Hall Art Centre’s permanent collection is the result of a legacy of art collecting and philanthropy dating back to 1960, when Rodman Hall Art Centre was established as a public art gallery by community members. The current itteration of "Up close and in motion" features works from the permanent collection selected by St. Catharines-based artist Jimmy Limit, alongside new works created by Limit in response.


Expressive Drawing | 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. | Artist: Geoff Farnsworth drop-in | all ages | expect to spend up to 45 minutes creating
Explore expressive drawing with a focus on shape and colour. Artist Geoff Farnsworth specializes in portraiture through his own work, and will be sharing insights and demonstrating to visitors throughout the workshop. Don’t feel like drawing? Then join in by posing for the group and be rewarded with your own portrait!         


Painting with 
Expressive Acrylics: Still Life & Objects | 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. | Artist: Jana Simms-Bergsma | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend up to 1.5 hours creating
Create a colourful painting with acrylics on canvas as we explore painting still life and objects. Use your imagination as we provide inspiration as you experiment with colour, shape and texture in your painting; yours to keep at the program conclusion.


Collaborative Mural: Capturing Heritage & Architecture | 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. | Artist: Diana Williamson | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend 30 minutes collaborating
Join in as you contribute to a collaborative mural as you learn to paint en plein air. We will find our inspiration from the historic façade of Rodman Hall.


The Drama Garden | 1 to 4 p.m. | Presented by: Carousel Players  | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend 45 minutes participating
A promenade-style theatre experience, the Drama Garden provides several stations that encourage you to view a short performance, then join in and perform yourself!

ST. CATHARINES MUSEUM & WELLAND CANALS CENTRE | 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. | 1932 Welland Canals Parkway

Exhibits | Historical Artifacts | On View 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Doing Our Bit: World War One from St. Catharines to the Western Front | People & Places | Lost & Found | The Four Welland Canals | Follow the North Star | Holodomor.

THE ROBBY @ NIAGARA FOLK ARTS MULTICULTURAL CENTRE | 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. | 85 Church Street

Craft a Keychain  | 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. | Artist: Metka Manfreda | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend up to 30 minutes creating
Use your creativity and explore paper maché techniques, as you use coloured paper and varnish to customize your own beads – then combine into a personalized keychain!

 

Drawing: Are You in Your Right Mind?  | 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. | Lessons begin at the top of each hour |  Artist: Hether Klesh | all ages 
Join Heather as she guides you through a drawing lesson and brain hacks, and also teaches you and how the coordination of your brain and eyes can impact your drawings.

 

Create a Cultural Silhouette Painting | 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.  | Presented by volunteers of the Folk Arts Multicultural Centre | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend up to 30 minutes creating
Using canvas, acrylic paints and stencils, create a colourful background and allow it to dry. Then, using stencils, choose your image to trace and paint in. Choose from culturally recognizable images from all over the world!

 

Make Your Own Magic | Wand Crafting | 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.  | Artist: Rhiannon Barry | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend up to 45 minutes creating
Do you need some magic in your life? Choose from a variety of woods and decorations to create your very own woodland wand! Wand cores include mythical ingredients such as unicorn hair, fallen star dust, dragons blood and clouds cultivated by giants!

 

Community Arts | Mural Unveiling | 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Celebrate the unveiling of the Community Arts Project created for Canada 150, as part of the 2018 Niagara Folk Arts Festival. The final mural project was created by individual artists painting on metal tiles. The resulting collaborative mural will be unveiled as part of the Culture Days celebrations at the Robby & Folk Arts Centre Culture Days Hub. 

SILVER SPIRE UNITED CHURCH | 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.  | 366 St. Paul Street | Auditorium

Art Hive: Visual Art, Craft & Theatre  | 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. | Artists: Jennifer Judson, Katie Mazi & John Sweeney | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend 10 to 30 minutes creating at each station
Join in and get creative at the Art Hive as you experiment with collage, sticker-making, still life, bracelet-making and participate in the drama workshop.

NIAGARA SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS | 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. | Quartek Group, 89 St. Paul Street

Architecture Open House | 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Engage with local architects, tour architectural firms and learn more about the built environment at the Niagara Society of Architects Open House. Expect to see videos, exhibition materials, discussions and visitor participation.

MARILYN I. WALKER SCHOOL OF FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS / BROCK UNIVERSITY | 1 to 5 p.m. | 15 Artists Common | Main Lobby

Exhibition | Visual Art | On View 1 to 5 p.m. | "Three to eight" by Murray Kropf, Associate Professor, Department of Visual Arts. | VISA Gallery, enter off main lobby
Exploring the first purely abstract body of work produced in his career, the paintings are predicated upon the challenge of creating compositions with limited palettes of between three to eight colours.

 

Viewing | Michael Snow | Timed Images | 1 to 5 p.m. | Second floor hallway 
Michael Snow is an internationally renowned visual artist who has been honoured with solo exhibitions and retrospectives around the world. Snow’s Frame Frame 3 was initially commissioned by Brock University for a site-specific photo and video installation in the Mackenzie Chown Complex that was installed in 1972 – 1973. The pieces uniquely interacted with one another to question our perception of time, space and our existence in those two continuums. 

 

Self-Guided Facility Tours | 1 to 5 p.m. | Start in the Main Lobby

NIAGARA ARTISTS CENTRE | 12 to 4 p.m. | 354 St Paul Street

Ready Player Two | Visual Art Exhibition| Artists: Sonny Assu and Brendan Tang 

Ready Player Two is an art exhibition about the joys of gaming, sci-fi, and comics, about cultural identity, pop culture, and growing up a ‘geek’. Partly nostalgic for adolescence spent living in rec-rooms of the 1980s and 90s, also humourous, imaginative, and executed with a great level of craft. Sonny Assu and Brendan Tang transform the Niagara Artists Centre this fall. NAC presents Ready Player Two in partnership with The Reach Gallery.

MAHTAY CAFE | 1 to 2 p.m. | 241 St. Paul Street

Improv for Everybody! | Presented by Improv Niagara | all ages
Improv Niagara presents a improv comedy jam. Learn about improv by participating in fun scenes and games with some of Improv Niagara's best performers and educators.

 

Sunday, September 30 Events

 

RODMAN HALL ART CENTRE | 12 to 5 p.m. | 109 St. Paul Crescent & Rodman Hall Drive

Exhibitions | Visual Art | On View 12 to 5 p.m.
"Up close and in motion | Selected Works from the Permanent Collection" Rodman Hall Art Centre’s permanent collection is the result of a legacy of art collecting and philanthropy dating back to 1960, when Rodman Hall Art Centre was established as a public art gallery by community members. The current itteration of "Up close and in motion" features works from the permanent collection selected by St. Catharines-based artist Jimmy Limit, alongside new works created by Limit in response.

 

Painting with Expressive Acrylics: Landscapes  | 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. |  Artist: Jana Simms-Bergsma | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend up to 1.5 hours creating
Create a colourful painting with acrylics on canvas as we explore painting expressive landscapes. Use your imagination as we provide inspiration as you experiment with colour, shape and texture in your painting; yours to keep at the program conclusion. 

 

Collaborative Mural: Capturing Heritage & Architecture  | 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. | Artist: Diana Williamson | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend 30 minutes collaborating
Join in as you contribute to a collaborative mural as you learn to paint en plein air. We will find our inspiration from the historic façade of Rodman Hall. 

 

Sculpting with Model Magic | 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. | Artist: Dena Colling Gelentso | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend 45 minutes creating
Explore the material of model magic through sculpture techniques as we twist, roll, pinch, squeeze and build your own unique creations! 

 

ECHO: Site-Specific Sound Performance | 2 to 4 p.m. | drop-in | all ages | Artist: DJ Marinko Jareb | Botanical Gardens
Gather and enjoy the gardens animated by an electro-acoustic soundscape performance led by Niagara-based artist and DJ Marinko Jareb. Bring a blanket, bring a picnic, and enjoy some music outdoors. 

FIRSTONTARIO PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE | 11 am to 4 p.m. | 250 St. Paul Street

Upper Film House Mezzanine | Poetry at PAC | 11 am to 4 p.m. | Artists: Kevin Hobbs, James Millhaven, Laurie Boese & Kim Van Stygeren | drop-in | all ages
Drop in & meet a poet. Return later as they present you with your own unique poem. You are then encouraged to read it out loud and then contemplate it’s meaning!

 

Robertson Theatre | Interactive Activities & Performance | Theatre The Spider and the Fly | 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. & 1 to 3 p.m. | Artists: Waterwood Theatre
Join us for a variety of activities culminating in a performance of the collaborative piece created by the community!

A. Puppet-Making | 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. | drop in | all ages
Join us as you make & take your own spider and fly mini-puppets. Then help us to decorate the large puppets that will be used in the performance! Don’t forget to return at 2:40 to see the play!

B. Making Music for Theatre | 12 to 12:30 p.m. | all ages
Learn how percussion and sound is used to enhance the performance.

C. Play Development | Join the Audience | 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Join the audience and watch how a play is staged and music is added to enhance the production.

D. Performance | Join the Audience | 2:40 to 3 p.m. 
See it all come together as Waterwood Theatre presents a world premiere of this collaborative play: “The Spider and the Fly.”

 

Cairns Recital Hall | PLAY with a PRO with The Foster Festival! | 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., new sessions starting every 30 minutes | Participation encouraged by audience members ages 16+ | Artists: The Foster Festival with Artistic Director Patricia Vanstone 
Working in 30 minute cycles, the Foster Festival present excerpts from a number of Norm Foster plays read by professional actors. An interactive event, audience members will be invited up to "play" and read with our Niagara-based actors, followed by an audience Q & A. 

 

The Film House | ImagineNATIVE - JOURNEY THROUGH TURTLE ISLAND - 6 SHORTS PROGRAM | 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. | ALL AGES

Holy Angels | Canada, 2017.  Directed by Jay Cardinal Villeneuve. 13 Min Short Film
Elder Lena Wandering Spirit recounts her time at Holy Angels Residential School, where hundreds of children were imprisoned. Her story is echoed in the dance of Phoenix, a young girl who is the same age now that Lena was during her captivity. 

Keewaydah (Let’s Go Home) | Canada, 2017. Directed by Terril Calder. 9 Min Animation
The moth’s powerful transformational gifts can bring us from one world to the next. In this stunning work the moth brings home 12-year-old Chanie Wenjack and serves for metaphor and call for change in the often fraught relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canada.

Three Thousand | Canada, 2017. Directed by Asinnajaq. 14 Min Short Documentary
Artist Asinnajaq throws a creative net into the National Film Board of Canada’s audiovisual archive, weaving historic footage of the Inuit into a stunningly original animation. In 14 minutes of luminescent cinema, she recasts the past, present and future of the Inuit in a surprising new light.

Kéwku | Canada, 2017. Directed by Sean Stiller. 10 Min Short Documentary
As Shuswap elder Ralph Phillips walks through his territory picking sage, he reveals the sometimes difficult stories of his life that have impacted his journey, beginning with his time at residential school. As he prepares the medicine and cleanses himself, he reveals the ways he came out of abuse and trauma to stand strong in his community.

Lelum' (Home) | Canada, 2017. Directed by Asia Youngman. 9 Min Short Documentary
Lelum' (the Hul'qumi'num word for ‘home’) portrays the strength and beauty of the land from the perspectives of Indigenous youth. Stunning aerial shots of British Columbia landscapes are complemented with messages that speak to our inherent responsibility to protect and show respect for our home.

Creatura Dada | Canada, 2017. Directed by Caroline Monnet. 4 Min Experimental 
Six powerful Native women gather to celebrate a new beginning and the end of the world as we know it.

 

Front Sidewalk | Two Row Wampum Community Art Project | 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., ongoing (WEATHER PERMITTING) | ALL AGES 
The Two Row Wampum is patterned after the wampum belt used to symbolize the treaty between the original Five Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy (Haudenosaunee) and the Dutch government in 1613. The separate rows of purple represent the Indigenous canoe floating alongside the settler’s ship, neither trying to steer the other’s vessel. Between the two rows of purple, are three rows of white. These were made to stand for the Friendship, Good Minds, and Peace that result from this kind of relationship. As much as the three rows keep the nations separate, they also bind them together. The two row teaching that promotes walking together, in parallel, with respect, compassion and understanding to cultivate an inclusive community for our shared future.

 

Algoma Lobby | Instrument Petting Zoo by Niagara Symphony Orchestra | 12:15 p.m. to 4 p.m. | ALL AGES 
Explore a variety of instruments from boomwhackers and harpsicles to cellos and oboes. Volunteers from the NSO and the Niagara Youth Orchestra helped children find their voice on various instruments provided by Long & McQuade in St. Catharines. This presentation is by the Niagara Symphony Orchestra, and their partners from Long and McQuade, the Niagara Youth Orchestra and the Niagara Elementary Instrumental Music programme.  

ST. CATHARINES MUSEUM & WELLAND CANALS CENTRE | 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. | 1932 Welland Canals Parkway

Museum Exhibits | On View 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Doing Our Bit: World War One from St. Catharines to the Western Front | People & Places | Lost & Found | The Four Welland Canals | Follow the North Star.

 

Canal Walks | Guided Tour  | 10:30 a.m. & 2:00 p.m. | 90 minute duration
Take a guided walk along Lock 3, the Welland Canal, and the Fallen Workers Memorial with a Museum historian.

 

Drawing: Are You in Your Right Mind? 1 to 4 p.m. | Lessons begin at the top of each hour | Artist: Hether Klesh | all ages
Join Heather as she guides you through a drawing lesson and brain hacks, and also teaches you and how the coordination of your brain and eyes can impact your drawings.

 

Theatre: Poetry in Motion | 1 to 2 p.m. | Artists: Twitches & Itches Theatre | family-friendly 
Be a part of new theatrical creation as you interact with the Twitches and Itches ensemble. The audience provides a working title, and in under 5 minutes the ensemble will create and present a spontaneous physical “poem”.  

 

Creative Movement and Energy | 3 to 4 p.m. | Artists: Essential Collective Theatre (ECT) & Joseph Recinos | drop-in | all ages
Join theatre creator Joseph Recinos as we explore physical warm up and meditation. Recinos shares the experience of his own heritage as he helps us to explore First Nations and Maya cultures, and learn to direct personal energy into creative outlets.

RUSSELL AVENUE COMMUNITY CENTRE | 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  | 108 Russell Avenue

Community Mosaic | Collaborative Art-Making for Families | 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. | Artists: Kathy Evans and Pam Hildred | drop in | all ages | expect to spend 45 minutes creating
Join Kathy and Pam as they lead you through a collaborative art-making experience. Contribute to the “mosaic” collage as you add different textured materials to create images. With a focus on reclaimed and recycled materials, add sequins, buttons, fabric, tissue-paper, paint, bottle caps and more! You can also make-and-take your own miniature version.

 

Yang Style Tai Chi and QiGong (Chi Kung) | Demonstration & Workshop | 1 to 2 p.m. | Presented by: Malcolm Tai Chi | for participants ages 16+
Learn about traditional poses of “Grasp Bird's Tail” and “Part Horse's Main” and have fun as you also “Pet The Cat” and “Pass The Pizza”. Join Malcolm Tai Chi for this fun demonstration / workshop and have the opportunity to try the Tai Chi Ball exercise. Anyone who can wave good-bye, pick a flower, or push open a door can learn QiGong or Tai Chi Chuan.

NIAGARA SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS OPEN HOUSE | 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. | Quartek Group, 89 St. Paul Street

Architecture Open House | 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Engage with local architects, tour architectural firms and learn more about the built environment at the Niagara Society of Architects Open House. Expect to see videos, exhibition materials, discussions and visitor participation.

ST. CATHARINES KIWANIS AQUATICS CENTRE| 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. | 425 Carlton Street | Irene Locke Room

I Love Painting Birch  | 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. | Artist: Janice Low | drop-in | all ages | expect to spend 45 minutes creating
Explore your creativity as you work from images and pieces of real birch bark to create your very own birch tree painting with acrylic paint on canvas. 

MARILYN I. WALKER SCHOOL OF FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS / BROCK UNIVERSITY | 1 to 5 p.m. | 15 Artists Common | Main Lobby

Exhibition | Visual Art | On View 1 to 5 p.m. | "Three to eight" by Murray Kropf, Associate Professor, Department of Visual Arts. | VISA Gallery, enter off main lobby
Exploring the first purely abstract body of work produced in his career, the paintings are predicated upon the challenge of creating compositions with limited palettes of between three to eight colours.

 

Viewing | Michael Snow | Timed Images | 1 to 5 p.m. | Second floor hallway 
Michael Snow is an internationally renowned visual artist who has been honoured with solo exhibitions and retrospectives around the world. Snow’s Frame Frame 3 was initially commissioned by Brock University for a site-specific photo and video installation in the Mackenzie Chown Complex that was installed in 1972 – 1973. The pieces uniquely interacted with one another to question our perception of time, space and our existence in those two continuums. 

 

Self-Guided Facility Tours | 1 to 5 p.m. | Start in the Main Lobby

 

Spoken Word Poetry & You | 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. | Artists: St. Catharines Poetry Slam | drop-in | Participation encouraged by those ages 16+ | expect to spend 1 hour participating | Main Lobby
Learn the fundamental tools to create and deliver your own spoken word pieces, and see how these new performance skills can be transferred to other aspects of your life.

BROCK RADIO | 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. | Unit B01 14-20 Queen Street

Brock Radio | CFBU 103.7 FM

11 a.m. to 2 p.m. | OPEN HOUSE

1:30-2pm | THE CULTURE BEAT

Take a peek behind the scenes at your community-based campus radio station. Record a station ID, try out the DJ chair, or spin some tunes. Join us between 1:30-2pm in our front space for "The Culture Beat" Bring a drum, shaker or rattle and get your groove on.

CFBU 103.7 FM, Brock Radio is Niagara's community based campus radio station. We broadcast 24/7 providing a voice for underrepresented groups from Brock and the wider community. Our music is truly diverse and programming is broadcast in English, French, and Spanish.

 

The Culture Days Activity Program

Funding available to Artists and Organizations 

As part of the St. Catharines Cultural Investment Program (SCCIP), the City offers the Culture Days Activity Program, intended for artists, businesses or organizations who wish to run a Culture Days activity in St. Catharines.

The application deadline for 2018 has ended (March 23, 2018).

Cultural Services staff will follow up with applicants once funding decisions are confirmed (likely late July, 2018).

Applications for 2019 programs will be available in late Fall 2018.

For more information, including application guidelines and eligibility criteria, please visit our SCCIPDevelopment Funding page

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