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Community Arts Investment Program

Encouraging public awareness and appreciation of the arts, increasing access to quality local arts programming, and enhancing London's desirability as a community


Administered by the London Arts Council and funded by the City of London, the Community Arts Investment Program has supported a range of artistic disciplines, including film and multimedia arts, literature, music, performing arts (such as dance and theatre), and visual arts. CAIP provides the following:

  • Investment in professional artists and artist collectives who live within the city of London

  • Investment in registered nonprofit arts organizations located within the city of London.




**The 2021 Community Arts Investment Program Reporting Forms and 2021 Reconciled Budget Forms for Individual Artists and Artist Collectives Projects are now available at https://www.londonarts.ca/submissions-and-reporting. The Report and Reconciled Budget Form for Individual Artists and Artist Collectives are due June 30th at 4:00 p.m.

Please note:  Submissions received to the current 2022 Community Arts Investment Program Cycle from Individual Artists and Artist Collectives with outstanding reports from any previous investment year, including 2020 and 2021, will be disqualified from review by the jury.  Please ensure that any outstanding reports are submitted to and received by LAC prior to the 2022 submission deadline for Individual and Collective Projects of Friday April 1st, at 4:30 p.m.**

Please contact investment@londonarts.ca to discuss your submission.



Step 1: Online submission process

We strongly encourage artists and/or arts organizations to meet with the London Arts Council prior to making a submission. Consultation meetings must be booked in advance.

Submissions must be received in whole by the submission deadline. Please ensure you are familiar with the program requirements, and technical aspects of the online submission form well in advance of the deadline.

Step 2: Jury process

Submissions are reviewed by independent, volunteer juries that advise on priority funding areas, assess submissions, and make recommendations on the awarding of investments.


The CAIP Jury is comprised of approximately fifteen arts professionals, community members, and arts patrons from across London. We invite Expressions of Interest to be a CAIP juror from all qualified parties; however, you cannot serve as a juror in a year when you have submitted an investment request.

Step 3: Recognition, requirements and reporting process

If you receive an investment, you will be required to:

  1. acknowledge the London Arts Council and the City of London's support by including print/digital logos and verbal credit lines as described in our investment agreement and on our Logos & Acknowledgments page;

  2. any other requirements as outlined in our investment agreement;

  3. submit a final report, including a reconciled project budget. 

For more information about CAIP,

please contact investment@londonarts.ca