Granting new possibilities for arts and cultureGranting new possibilities for arts and culture<div class="ExternalClass9C049A389A47470F8CD816FE7CD0ECE4"><p>Metro Vancouver has awarded $120,000 in Regional Project Grants this year to more than 30 arts and culture organizations across the region. </p><p>This year’s successful grant recipients represent a broad range of creative disciplines from dance, theatre and classical music to photography, family programming, and Co-operative Radio. The project’s goals look to provide better access for all abilities, support new immigrants and fund scholarships for those who need financial assistance.</p><p>The calibre of applications was very high this year. Metro Vancouver residents are encouraged to head out in their municipalities or a neighbouring one to appreciate the local theatre and opera, poetry and graphic storytelling that have been supported this year.</p><p>Through its annual program, Metro Vancouver helps organizations research and produce new cultural programs, reach new audiences, and cover staffing and administrative needs, up to a maximum of $10,000 per project grant. </p></div>http://www.metrovancouver.org/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue46-dreamrider.jpg2018-09-28T07:00:00ZGP0|#1d957925-3125-4fc8-b07f-ef2367c1a312;L0|#01d957925-3125-4fc8-b07f-ef2367c1a312|Issue 46;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass51FFC2DC78224EA48CBE0E58CCEA83F3"><p>​<span lang="EN-US">Metro Vancouver has awarded $120,000 in Regional Project Grants this year to more than 30 arts and culture organizations across the region.</span></p></div>0The DreamRider production of kid Planet Protectors in the H2WHOA video was one of Metro Vancouver’s grant recipients this year.