We are a small but mighty volunteer-run, community funded, charitable organization that believes in the power of the arts to uplift and transform communities. We award grants and bursaries to support the arts, in order to advance collaboration, equity and diversity, to contribute to the quality of life in our community.

*NEW!* The first annual CLAMS grant, specifically to support the practices of 2SLGBTQIA+ creatives in Lunenburg County!  

Deadline for all grant & bursary applications is May 31!


Step 1

Get creative! LFA provides grants for both emerging and established artists across the full range of artistic media.

Step 2

Download and complete the grant application form so we can get to know you and your work.

Step 3

Submit your application by the next deadline. Grants are awarded once a year, within a month following the deadline.

Do you have a creative project in mind that could benefit from a little financial boost?

“The Lunenburg Foundation for the Arts Grant allowed me to work with a larger group of students at Bayview Community School.  I was able to connect with pre-primary to grade 6 students to create an incredible ceramic mural in their library. I very much appreciate the support!”

Marla Benton, Ceramic Artist

“The LFA grant helped my organization Hear Here Productions. I was able to compose, record and edit the music, complete editing, and add titles to complete two short films. Providing grants to local artists can make a huge impact in allowing them to create the work they are passionate about in their own communities.

Erin Donovan, Artistic Director, Hear Here Productions

“The LFA grant was able to assist with my professional development at the Banff Centre, where I partook in a 3-week residency for new compositions in improvisational jazz music. The freedom that this experience offered me in eliminating day-to-day distractions and the stress of finances was indescribable; it was truly the most creative and insightful time I’ve ever had! Thank you for facilitating this pivotal time in my musical career.”

Morgan Zwicker, Canadian drummer, composer, and educator

We are a registered charity working hard to ensure a vibrant future for the arts in Lunenburg County. 100% of the funds we raise go directly towards supporting projects by emerging and established artists in the form of grants and bursaries.

Help us help them by donating today!


Art Film Series

What (a) Wonderful World?
(A Deep Dive Into Systemic Racism)


March 17 at 2pm / Lunenburg Library, room 103


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