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  • Call for Jurors – Heritage Community Investment Program

    EHC is seeking Expressions of Interest for Jurors and Jury Chairs for our upcoming grants season.

    The EHC is seeking Expressions of Interest for Jurors and Jury Chairs for our upcoming grants season.

    Selected jurors will serve as peer evaluators for grant applications submitted to the HCIP. Evaluation of grant applications takes place at in-person meetings between one and four times per year, depending on the grant stream. Individuals with personal and/or professional connections to the community or cultural organizations should indicate those connections in their EOI.

    All selected Jurors and Jury Chairs will receive training on the process and expectations. Evaluation of grant applications will take place in Fall 2019 and throughout 2020.

    For the full posting, please click here.

    Please send Expressions of Interest in a single PDF to Soni Dasmohapatra, Grants Coordinator, at sdasmohapatra@edmontonheritage.ca by June 214:00 PM.

  • The Latest on the EHC Blog

    Investing in our Heritage: The Edmonton Chinatown Chinese Library

    The first in a series of new profiles introducing you to our Heritage Community Investment Program grant recipients. Read on to learn more about the exciting and innovative heritage work underway in our city, supported by our four grant streams.
    Read the full post HERE.
  • Connections & Exchanges: A 10 Year Plan to Transform Arts and Heritage in Edmonton

    Have you read the City of Edmonton’s new 10-year cultural strategy yet?

    Connections & Exchanges: A 10 Year Plan to Transform Arts and Heritage in Edmonton is a bold and collaborative plan to infuse culture, heritage, and the arts into every aspect of Edmonton’s civic fabric, support culture makers, and grow Edmontonians connection and participation in heritage and the arts.

    Connections & Exchanges will catalyze the heritage sector to be even more collaborative, more innovative, more inclusive, and more dynamic in our approaches to researching, interpreting, preserving, and advocating for the stories of our city. 

    As a critical guiding document for the growth and evolution of the heritage ecosystem in Edmonton, we encourage you to read, reflect, and share this new vision for our work as we pursue more inclusive and diverse stories of our city.

The Edmonton Heritage Council is a not-for-profit organization that supports and promotes heritage in Edmonton and the surrounding region.

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