The application cycle for the 2022 Sheila grant cycle is now closed. Announcements of the 2022 grants will be made following the adjudication process.
SHMF is happy to announce a $20,000 grant to the Textile Museum of Canada in support of a national touring exhibition and publication of the exhibition Anna Torma: Permanent Danger. This signature grant is given in recognition of the career achievements of Ms. Torma and in appreciation of the value of critical discourse in the[…]
The Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation Signature Grant Program provides an opportunity for the Board of Directors to invest in unique needs, opportunities and challenges in New Brunswick. The foundation is pleased to announce a $ 7,500 grant to Nation Prospère in support of a major art restoration project. Under the direction of Nation Prospère, a[…]
Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation is proud to announce a signature grant awarded to the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design to sponsor a virtual lecture series A free weekly series of professional talks has been organized in partnership with the Atlantic Centre for Creativity to celebrate the talent and exceptional work of New Brunswick[…]
SHMF is pleased to announce a series of 2019 facilitation grants awarded to New Brunswick organizations working to enhance their capability in exhibition. Through this annual program, affectionately known as “The Sheilas” the foundation will dedicate $36,000 in 2019 to enhance the presentation, curation, documentation and promotion of contemporary art in New Brunswick. Based on[…]
DEADLINE: APRIL 15 Third Space is now seeking project proposals from artists, collectives and organizations to be included in THIRD SHIFT, our annual festival of public contemporary artworks! ABOUT THIRD SHIFT Established in 2015, THIRD SHIFT aims to offer citizens a unique opportunity to engage with contemporary art and re-imagine their city. THIRD SHIFT holds[…]
The Board of Directors of the Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation considers requests for exceptional, one of a kind project grants twice annually. All letters of application or appeal must be postmarked by September 1, for consideration in the 2018 cycle. Signature Grants are made in response to exceptional opportunities and needs and they are contingent[…]
SHMF proudly announces a $20,000 grant to support the internship and education program of the 2018 New Brunswick International Sculpture Symposium. From August 9 until September 22 a fusion of Canadian and international artists will transform the Saint John waterfront into an open sculpture studio. Four Canadian artists, Patrick Sullivan, Oliver Harwood, James Boyd and[…]