Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts

CULTURE DIVISION

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FAQ’s

QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT ASK

  • How to apply for grant funding / sponsorship?
    Persons interested in sourcing financial assistance from the Ministry of the Arts and Multiculturalism should submit a written request to the Grants Committee of the Ministry. Correspondence should include a cover letter, budget and any additional supporting documents. All correspondence should be addressed to the following:The Grants Committee
    Ministry of the Arts and Multiculturalism
    Level 18 Nicholas Towers
    63-65 Independence Square
    Port of Spain
    Trinidad and Tobago

    It is also recommended that persons interested in sourcing funding should apply to become registered with the National Registry of Artists and Cultural Workers as this initiative facilitates the access of various benefits to artists and cultural workers. The National Registry registers individuals and organisations; and certifies the cultural work of individuals and organisations.

  • How to get technical support for an event / project?
    Persons interested in sourcing technical support for an event/ project should submit a written request to the Director of Culture head of the Culture Division in the Ministry of the Arts and Multiculturalism. Correspondence should clearly outline the type of project or event, where it will be staged, the demographic of the audience and size; and should also include any additional information relevant to the execution of the event/ project. All correspondence should be addressed to the following:
  • Mrs. Ingrid Ryan Ruben
    Director of Culture
    Culture Division
    Ministry of the Arts and Multiculturalism
    51-55 Frederick Street
    Port of Spain
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • What does the Culture Division do?
    Quite a bit. However to learn more of our areas of focus check here.
  • What is the National Registry and how do I apply?

The National Registry of Artists and Cultural Workers is a programme of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago. For more information visit the Registry page for more information.

  • What events are the Ministry hosting / having?

Activities within the Culture division are posted here

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