Previous Recipients

2019

Project Grants

funding courtesy of the Cariboo Regional District and the City of Williams Lake via the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society

Arts on the Fly Festival Society

Infrastructure Improvements

$2,989

Boys and Girls Club of WL & District

Anime Culture Club

$1,000

Cariboo Potters’ Guild

Klay Kamp for Kids

$1,000

Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre

Uptown Art

$1,000

Community Arts Council of Williams Lake

Puddle Poetry in Schools

$3,000

Downtown Williams Lake

ArtWalk Grand Opening

$2,650

Junior Cadets Society of BC

Music Lessons for Youth

$3,000

Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin

Contextualizing St. Joseph’s Mission

$3,000

Wild Women Writers

Poet-Trees: Language of the Land

$3,000

     

Support Grant – Capital Purchase

funding courtesy of the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society

Cariboo Potters’ Guild

To purchase a new slab roller for the Guild studio.

$500

Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin

To frame cartographic history for display.

$1,000

     

Support Grant – General Program

funding courtesy of the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society

Junior Cadets Society of BC

Coda! Teen Vocal Group with AngelKeys Music Studio.

$1,000

     

Support Grant – Community-Based

funding courtesy of the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society

Community Arts Council of Williams Lake

50th Anniversary give-away.

$1,000

Williams Lake Community Band

Workshop and performance with high school students.

$1,000

     

Support Grant – Individual Artist Professional Development

funding courtesy of the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society

Venta Rutkauskas

To attend Youth Empowerment via Creative Facilitation training in Vancouver.

$650

     

2018

CCACS Project Grants, funding courtesy of the Cariboo Regional District and City of Williams Lake

• Arts on the Fly Festival Society – Arts on the Fly Festival  ($3,000)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre – Uptown Art ($3,000)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society – Water Wise/Salmonid Art Exhibit ($3,000)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society – “Trash Art” Project for Secondary Students ($1,500)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Partners for Literacy – StoryWalk Williams Lake ($500)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Youth Fiddle Society – Love and Lemonade Community Dance ($1,500)

• Cariboo Potters’ Guild – Hand Building with Slabs Workshop with Linda Doherty ($1,600)

•  Community Arts Council of Williams Lake – Cariboo Wildfire Legacy ($1,000)

• Esk’etemc (Alkali Lake First Nation) – Esk’etemc Canvas Art Project ($3,000)

• Station House Studio and Gallery Society – Williams Lake Spring Lilac Festival ($1,100)

CCACS Support Grants, funding courtesy of the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society

1st Round 2018:
Capital Purchase Support Grants:
• Potato House Sustainable Community Society ($1000) – purchase of second hand photo and sound equipment for use in hosting various community events and activities.

General Program Support Grants:
• 150 Mile Greenbelt, Trail & Heritage Society ($1000) – To develop a website, Facebook page, and email address for the 150 Mile Schoolhouse.
• Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society ($1000) – To commission/purchase rights to ten locally based photographs to be used in the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Field Guide.

Community-Based Support Grants:
•Arts on the Fly Festival Society ($1000) – To assist with presenting the Dark Times Festival, a three-day (March 2-4), three-venue musical festival taking place throughout downtown Williams Lake with 20+ musical acts and workshops.

2017

Download the 2017 CCACS Project Grants Results Summary

• Arts on the Fly Festival Society – Safety Meeting Concert Series ($2,445)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre – Uptown Art ($3,000)

• Cariboo Friendship Society – Kukwpi7 ($2,810)

• Cariboo Gold Dance Band – An Evening to Remember ($1,600)

• Community Arts Council of Williams Lake – Soundscapes ($3,000)

• Horsefly River Roundtable – Horsefly River Salmon Festival ($1,000)

• Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin – 150 Events from WL & Cariboo Chilcotin History for Canada’s 150th Anniversary ($1,900)

• Potato House Sustainable Community Society – Potato House Mini Mural Project ($1,000)

• Soda Creek Indian Band (Xat’sull) – Aboriginal Day ($370)

• Station House Studio and Gallery Society – Gallery Opening Nights with Live Music ($900)

• Soda Creek Indian Band (Xat’sull) – Aboriginal Day ($370)

• Williams Lake Central Business Improvement Association – Buskers Fest ($1,000)

• Williams Lake Community Band – Band Workshop and Evening Concert Celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday ($2,150)

• Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Centre – WORDS on Broadway (Ave) ($1,935)

• Williams Lake Spinners, Weavers, & Fibre Artists’ Guild – Narrowgoods Weaving Workshop ($565)

• Women’s Contact Society – #BeBoldForChangePoetry ($1,325)

2016

Download the 2016 CCACS Project Grants Results Summary

• 150 Mile House Greenbelt, Trail & Heritage Society – 150 Mile Red Schoolhouse ($2,150)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Youth Fiddle Society — Mothers’ Day Community Barn Dance ($2,000)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre – Uptown Art ($3,000)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Metis Association – 4th Annual Metis Jamboree ($1,200)

• Cariboo Potters Guild – Throwing Workshop with James Hibbert ($1,400)

• Community Arts Council of Williams Lake – Reflecting Diversity ($3,000)

• McLeese Lake Recreation Commission – Tourist/Farmers’ Market Centre ($3,000)

• Station House Studio & Gallery Society – Station House Express Gala ($750)

• West Coast Book Prize Society (dba BC Book Prizes) – BC Book Prizes Tour ($1,200)

• Williams Lake Indian Band – 2016 Multicultural Gathering of Nations ($3,000)

• Williams Lake Museum & Historical Society – Museum’s 25th Anniversary & Heritage Festival ($2,800)

• Women’s Contact Society — Williams Lake Children’s Festival ($1,500)

2015

Download the 2015 CCACS Project Grants Results Summary

• 150 Mile House Greenbelt, Trail & Heritage Society – 150 Mile House Old Schoolhouse ($1,759)

• All Nations Arts Society – The Fiddle and The Drum workshops ($2,000)

• Boys and Girls Club of Williams Lake and District – Voices Project ($1,570)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre – Summer Arts Camp ($2,000)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society – Up Your Watershed Musical Performance ($2,000)

• Cariboo Chilcotin Metis Association – 3rd Annual Country/Bluegrass Music Jamboree ($1,250)

• Cariboo Festival Society – Dream Big: Performing Arts Williams Lake ($500)

• Community Arts Council of Williams Lake – Re-Brand, Renew and Re-Energize ($2,000)

• Horsefly River Roundtable – Horsefly River Salmon Festival ($1,000)

• Likely and District Chamber of Commerce – Music Festival ($1,000)

• Medieval Market Organizing Team – Medieval Market Entertainment & Mentorship ($1,250)

• Potato House Sustainable Community Society – Indoor Events at the Potato House ($1,970)

• Safety Meeting Collective – Safety Meeting Concert Series ($1,338)

• Scout Island Nature Centre – Nature Photography Workshops ($900)

• Soda Creek Indian Band (Xat??ll First Nation) – Xat??ll First Nation Celebrates Aboriginal Day ($750)

• Williams Lake Central Business Improvement Association – ArtWalk Busking ($500)

• Williams Lake Museum and Historical Society – Voices from the Past ($1,178)

• Williams Lake Spinners, Weavers and Fibre Artists’ Guild – Quick on the Draw! Workshop ($435)

• Women’s Contact Society – Williams Lake Children’s Festival ($1,000)

• Women’s Spirituality Circle – In Our Image: Women’s Spirituality Circle ($600)

2014

Download the 2014 CCACS Project Grants Results Summary

• 150 Mile House Greenbelt, Trail and Heritage Society – 150 Mile House Old Schoolhouse ($1,100).

• Arts on the Fly Festival Society (Horsefly) – Arts on the Fly Music and Dance Festival ($1,500).

• Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre – Summer Arts Camp ($2,000).

• Cariboo Chilcotin Metis Association – Second Annual Country/Bluegrass Music Jamboree, McLeese Lake ($1,800).

• Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium – Cariboo Mountain Bike Film Festival ($1,200).

• Cedar Point Park Board/Cedar City Museum (Likely) – Museum Movies ($1,100).

• Community Arts Council of Williams Lake – Programming Assistance ($2,000).

• Horsefly River Roundtable – Horsefly River Salmon Festival ($2,000).

• Medieval Market Organizing Team – Medieval Market Entertainment ($1,500)

• Orange Shirt Day Committee – The Art of Reconciliation ($1,850).

• Scout Island Nature Centre – Art in Nature, Nature in Art ($1,500).

• Soda Creek Indian Band (Xats’ull First Nation) – Xats’ull First Nation Celebrates Aboriginal Day ($1,000).

• Station House Studio and Gallery Society – “My Williams Lake” Celebrating Williams Lake’s 85th Birthday Group Summer Show Artist Framing Subsidies ($2,000).

• Williams Lake Studio Theatre – Theatre BC 2014 Central Interior Zone (CIZ) Festival ($1,000).

• Williams Lake Writer’s Group – Cariboo Chilcotin Writer’s Gathering and Wor-kshop ($415).

• Women’s Contact Society  – Williams Lake Children’s Festival ($1,500).

2013

Download the 2013 CCACS Project Grants Results Summary

• 150 Mile Greenbelt, Trail & Heritage Society – 150 Mile Old Schoolhouse    $500

• Arts on the Fly Festival Society – Horsefly Music & Dance Festival    $1,500

• Canadian Mental Health Association, Cariboo Chilcotin – Multiculturalism logo development    $500

• Cariboo Chilcotin Youth Fiddle Society – Fiddler’s History of Canada project    $500

• Cariboo Friendship Society – House of Youth afterschool daycare – Let’s Sing program    $400

• Cariboo Mountain Bike Consortium – Amateur Cariboo Mountain Bike Film Festival    $1,000

• Cedar Point Park Board/Museum (Likely) – Expanding archives    $1,450

• Horsefly Historical Society – Digitizing photo collection    $1,000

• Horsefly River Roundtable – Horsefly River Salmon Festival    $2,000

• Likely & District Chamber of Commerce – Tourism information – Chinese translation    $1,000

• McLeese Lake Arts and Culture Initiative – Summer Music Camp for Children    $750

• McLeese Lake Recreation Commission – Mural beautification    $900

• Potato House Sustainable Community Society – Community Events Calendar     $1,000

• Scout Island Nature Centre – Art in Nature, Nature in Art    $1,700

• WL Central BIA – Alley Art project    $1,100

• WL Film Club – An Evening with Trevor Mack    $500

• WL Museum and Historical Society – Digitizing news collection    $1,600

• WL Pipe Band – National Tartan Day Tin Whistle Workshop    $300

• WL Spinners, Weavers & Fibre Artists’ Guild – Workshop with master spinner Gudrun Hupfauer    $400

• Women’s Contact Society – Williams Lake Children’s Festival    $1,500

• Women’s Contact Society – Contact Society Idols concert     $400

2012

Download the 2012 CCACS Project Grants Results Summary