Equity and Diversity in the Arts

ACM Interns at 401 Richmond 2017

Equity and Diversity in the Arts (EDA) is an initiative of the Department of Arts, Culture and Media. EDA’s mandate is to promote diversity of all kinds, including diversities of race, gender, socio-economic status, sexual orientation or identity, age, ability or disability, religion and aesthetics or traditions of practice. It provides grants to ACM faculty and student for artist and scholar residencies, research projects, creative projects, field placements, exhibitions, performance, and targeted support for courses and events, it aims to increase understanding across difference, to challenge social and institutional barriers to equity, and to empower faculty and students to champion diversity in their artistic and scholarly pursuits. [Photo above: Students Kali Banner, Glendy Yip and Natalie Kwong during their Field Placement as part of the Arts Management Program. Photo credit: Manolo Lugo]


Call for proposals

2021-2022 Academic Year

Deadline Feb 22, 2021, 11:59 PM EST

Please note that events and projects must happen between Summer 2021 to Winter 2022.

Please note that students must attend a grant writing workshop or a session with an EDA member before you can submit your application. RSVP for Grant Writing Workshop on Feb 3, 2021 on CLNx.


EDA Staff & Faculty Call for Proposal (Download Application)

EDA Student Call for Proposal (Download Application)