No, it cannot. We suggest you build your submission in a Word (or similar type) document and copy and paste your answers into the online form when you are ready.
No, you cannot. We suggest that you save your Word (or similar) version for your files.
The maximum file size is 2 MB. It is imperative you limit the size of your photos and files to this size. We do not need a hi-res version as these photos are not for print.
The form will not time out but remember, you cannot save the form to your computer. If you close your browser, your work will be lost. As noted above, we strongly recommend you build your application in a Word type document and then copy and paste your answers into the form.
We do have a budget template on our website under the Funding Applications section. Templates for Marketing and Business Plans can be found online. A business plan can be a simple as a list of short and long term career goals combined with a plan of how to achieve them. A marketing plan can be incorporated into your business plan. Examples of short and long term goals could be:
Short term next 12 months: upgrade website, record CD, record video, release CD, tour across Canada, secure Canadian agent, hire publicist, secure reviews and interviews, apply for awards etc.
Long term next 24 months: Apply to FACTOR, Secure European agent, sell 2000 CD’s, tour USA, international showcasing etc.
The jury will also want to see that you have a plan to achieve those goals.
There is not a template available but we have added detailed notes to the end of each Program Guidelines regarding what we are looking for in the completion report. Please review. We are working on an online Completion Report for the next round of funding.
No. Copies are fine.
To keep it simple, we ask that you claim mileage at $0.36 per kilometer (or $0.45 for 12-15 passenger van). This way – no gas receipts are needed!
You need to provide six copies. One for each juror (5) and one for Music PEI files.
No. You can find many templates online and does not need to be prepared by a lawyer.
If approved, Music PEI funding programs cover $1,000.00 of eligible expenses (75%) toward a targeted demo.
Under the Emerging Music Program a tour is defined as ONE trip of THREE or more paid performances in THREE or more separate locations in at least TWO separate towns or cities off Island.
Under the Export Development and Career Investment Programs a tour is defined as ONE trip of FIVE or more paid performances in FIVE or more separate locations in at least THREE separate towns or cities off Island.
No. The Music PEI Funding Programs cover targeted demos only (to a maximum of $1,000.00). You can check with PEI Council of the Arts and FACTOR for more information about their commercial recording grants.
Yes. If your grant is approved for Performance Coaching, 100% of eligible expenses (up to max the program covers) will be covered.
No. You must submit your application BEFORE any money is spent on the project. You can submit your application well in advance of the deadline date in order to start your project.
No, it will not.
No. You can only have one grant open at a time.
A jury of industry professionals will review and score all submissions. The Directors of Music PEI do not sit on juries. Juries remain confidential and jurors are selected based on non-conflict of applications as well as industry experience and knowledge.
No. Items produced for commercial sale are not eligible. They can be used for promotion only.
Yes if you are applying in either the Export Development or Career Investment program.
Festival, tour and showcase support will be given (in the Export Development & Career Investment Programs) “on speculation” for potential festivals, tours and showcases that will take place prior to the next deadline and/or within 30 days of the next deadline without proof of confirmation or contracts for all dates. Please refer to the Program Guidelines for full details.
Yes. Funding is available in the Export Development program. Music PEI defines MIP as someone whose main activities are managing artists, publishing music, booking live performance, publicity or promotional work for artists or a combination of those activities carried out “under contract” with musicians, vocalists and copyright holders. Under contract refers to a legal business relationship.
No. You must have successfully completed a previous Export Development Program project in order to be eligible.
For more information, please contact our Program Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.