Current Opportunities

Funding Opportunity

L. M. Montgomery 150 Event Development Grants

Tourism Cavendish Beach & The Central Coastal Tourism Partnership

TCB and CCTP have developed a program to offer Event Development grants to provide opportunity for operators throughout the province to develop new products and events celebrating the L. M. Montgomery 150th birthday celebrations. The goal of this program is to incentivize operators to create and develop new ideas and new product offerings that will help to celebrate our famous author and collectively build an enticing inventory of product offerings for residents and visitors.

Deadline: May 17, 2024
Learning Opportunity

Let’s make a solo show! – Workshop

River Clyde Pageant

If you’re an actor, writer, or both, you’ve been thinking about a solo show for a while. I know it. They’re inexpensive, easy to stage and perfect for Fringes and small venues. You can even do them in dining rooms. So, why not get started through this week-long incursion into the basics of the form? We’ll write, do some storytelling, and look at other ways of interacting with an audience, be it through autobiographical material or character-based work.

Deadline: June 10, 2024
Learning Opportunity

The Bee – Workshop

River Clyde Pageant

Each week will feature storytelling activities and easy drama games followed by a handicrafts session, where we work together on simple tasks that will help bring specific design elements of the Pageant to life. This may involve weaving spruce roots, doing papier-mâché or basic sewing to create puppets, set pieces, costumes and flags for the show. You can come once, or to all sessions. Please register in advance so we know how many people to expect.

Deadline: July 12, 2024
Learning Opportunity

Dance like the Wind – Workshop

River Clyde Pageant

Dancer/choreographer Reequal Smith of Oshun’s Dance leads this workshop exploring movement, imagination and environment. Participants will dance together in outdoor and indoor settings, working on movement exercises and group choreography that builds connection to each other and the natural world. Inspired by the wind, weather and other natural forces around us, this workshop will create choreography that explores free-flowing movement. This choreography will be performed in the 2024 Pageant.

Deadline: June 22, 2024
Learning Opportunity

The Singing River: Pageant Choir

River Clyde Pageant

Explore vocal technique, ensemble singing, improvisation and “choralography” with the River Clyde as your backdrop! Andrea Ellis, RCP Choir Director, seeks to provide a holistic approach to music-making where all musicians can feel free to lend their voices to our singing community. Singers will rehearse and perform original songs created for this year’s Pageant, and will bring this music into our outdoor performance space. The Pageant Choir is open to singers age 12 and up.

Deadline: June 2, 2024
Learning Opportunity

Further Afield: A Music Workshop

River Clyde Pageant

What if trees could speak? What stories would they tell? What wisdom would they impart? Join theatre artist/composer-lyricist Garry Williams in a series of exploratory sessions to use shapes, movement, & space to create text, graphic scores, explore musical gesture, and engage in playful, musical storytelling and stretch the imagination. We’ll sing, we’ll play instruments, we’ll have fun! Open to adults and children ages 8 and up. Youth under 12 should have an adult companion to make music, too!

Deadline: June 11, 2024
Learning Opportunity

River Clyde Pageant Puppet Ensemble

River Clyde Pageant

This workshop series will teach performance skills with puppets and objects and will train a group of puppeteers to perform in the 2024 River Clyde Pageant. With a focus on ensemble-based performance, Puppet Ensemble explores group movement, mask work, large-scale puppet operation, small-scale puppet operation and performance in collaboration with the landscapes of the River Clyde. Participants will contribute to the spectacular puppet performance elements of the River Clyde Pageant.

Deadline: June 11, 2024
Showcase Opportunity

Accepting Entries: Charlottetown Film Festival 2024

Charlottetown Film Society

This year’s festival (October 17th - 20th, 2024) will be our biggest yet and include the Charlottetown Film Forum alongside our diverse lineup of films. The Forum will feature industry panels, one-on-one networking meetings, and Gala Celebrations to bring filmmakers from around the world together to foster creativity and inspire collaboration. Our intimate festival bridges the gap between creatives and distributors/financiers to break down barriers and get future projects off the ground.

Deadline: September 3, 2024
Learning Opportunity

Call for Entries: 2024 AIFF Filmmaker Lab

Atlantic International Film Festival

Designed to welcome emerging filmmakers from Atlantic Canada to the world of festivals and film distribution, the RBC Emerging Artist Fund presents the 2nd AIFF Filmmaker Lab. Our goals are to inspire, educate and connect filmmakers, as they advance their artistic journeys. In our second year 8-10 participants will take part in workshops led by industry professionals, on topics including: Film Festival Strategy, A Programmer’s Perspective and Marketing Film.

Deadline: June 5, 2024
Exhibit Opportunity

Vendor Table Bookings Now Open!

Island Hill Farm

This year Island Hill Farm will be offering vendors a table rental space for an outside market during our open hours. Your table will be located near our Shoppe or garden area part of our shop only section. We do have space for 4-6 tables in this area, so there may be other vendors booked during the same dates. Price is $75.00 (includes tax). You are to provide your own tent and tables, electricity extra ($10). ​Please email with subject Vendor Table Rental for more info.

Funding Opportunity

Now Open: The Artist Development Program


The Artist Development program offers 75% of eligible expenses up to a maximum of $5,000 towards a year of artist development activities including sound recording, touring, showcasing, video content production, and marketing. This program is intended to provide development support to emerging artists. Artists who have commercially released music no more than 3 years prior to the application deadline are eligible to apply. One must have released a minimum of one track commercially.

Deadline: May 23, 2024
Funding Opportunity

Small Business Assistance

Innovation PEI

To encourage the creation and viability of small businesses in Prince Edward Island, Small Business Assistance supports activities that increase productivity and competitiveness. The program supports eligible costs related to internal planning and processes. A new business is eligible for support for marketing and promotion activities.

CreativePEI is funded in whole or in part by the Canada/Prince Edward Island Labour Market Agreements.

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