The IAS/PCWF Writers Grant Project

The aim of this project is to encourage thoughtful writing and discussion among individuals on a global basis.

2007 bpNichol Chapbook Award Announcement

Phoenix Community Works Foundation

is pleased to announce the winner of the
2007 bpNichol Chapbook Award:

Jake Kennedy



33 Webb Avenue


Sistahfest is a multi-disciplined ARTS project showcasing past and present achievements of twelve African-Canadian female artists through the utilization of workshops,theatre productions, spo


The hundreds of people who every day pass through Winnipeg’s second most important intersection after Portage and Main – the corner of Portage Avenue and Donald Street – probably have never noticed the narrow alleyway that links Donald and Hargrave Streets.

The alley is trash strewn and neglected, the kind of place that makes pedestrians quicken their pace, lock their eyes firmly forward and try to ignore the perceived dangers that lurk within its depths.

42 Days in 18 Ways; A photo based exhibition by Jennifer Cherniack and David Perrett

42 Days in 18 Ways is a time-based photographic series focusing on transitions ocurring during the course of two 42-day wilderness canoe trips in NW Ontario.In the summer of 2006,artists Cher


Aqua Vitae is a sponsored PCWF project that offers high quality live musical performances free of charge to worthy charitable events and cash-strapped community groups.

The Pugly Awards

The Pugly Awards were established to raise awareness of and elevate architectural and planning standards in the City of Toronto. This is a 5 year project intended to implement an online architectural awards program, and a student educational outreach program.

Casa Salvador Allende Community Education Project

This five year project aims to provide an arts-based education program for children between the ages of 3 and 14 originating from Latin America.

Where The Land Meets The Sea

The purpose of this project is to support the creation of a documentary film about very young children learning through gardening, art and play in an outdoor school.

The Galen Kuellmer Young Artist Trust Fund

This trust fund was created in Galen's honour.

A graduate of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Galen was committed to living and working as an artist until an unfortunate collision took his life in May 2004, one day before his 30th birthday. His photographic skills and eye were in demand, especially amongst the artists' community.

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