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This funding program is exclusively for Rozsa Foundation Training program participants who have completed the Rozsa Arts Management Program (RAMP). The Rozsa Foundation provides RAMP Capstone Project Funding to organizations, groups, collectives, and individuals to support the advancement of the RAMP participants' Capstone Project.


Friday, March 22, 2024

Friday, June 21, 2024

Friday, September 20, 2024

Friday, December 6, 2024


Applicants may request up to $5,000. 


The Rozsa Arts Management Program (RAMP) culminates with participants developing and presenting an individual Capstone Project. Capstone Projects produce a tangible outcome for participants that creates value for both the individual learner and the broader Arts Sector. After completing RAMP, participants are eligible to apply for a grant of up to $5,000 to implement their Capstone Project.  


RAMP alumni have up to two years to apply for a Capstone Funding post-program.   

  • RAMP 2022 Alumni – last deadline to apply is June 21, 2024

  • RAMP 2023 Alumni – last deadline to apply is June 20, 2025 

  • RAMP 2024 Alumni – can apply after course completion in April 2024


The Rozsa Foundation is interested in supporting not only the organization and project but also in the continued learning and development of the RAMP alumnus. To that end, applications should consider the impact of the project on the organization or arts sector, impact on the skills and career development of the applicant, and alignment with the applicants initial Capstone Project. 


Continuing in 2024, the Rozsa Foundation has partnered with Calgary Arts Development Authority (CADA) to make RAMP Capstone Project Funding available to Calgary-based participants who are working independently, for a registered charity, non-profit, ad-hoc group, grassroots organization, or within another organizational structure.


Please review the Capstone Project Funding Guidelines (below) for more detailed information on this funding program. We encourage interested individuals and organizations to discuss your eligibility and the program with us prior to application. ​

There are two ways to apply for RAMP Capstone Funding:


1. Submit a written application via the online form at the link below. 


If you would like to prepare your written application in a Word template, please download the appropriate Funding Application Template on our website. There are two versions: one for individuals and one for organizations. You can write and edit your submission in the template and then copy and paste your responses into our online form.  

2. Present your project and funding request to Capstone Funding assessors.


If you would like to apply by making a  presentation, please reach out to Ayla at to book a presentation date. We encourage the use of visual aids such as slide decks or Power Point presentations, as appropriate. Applicants must address the questions posed in the Application Checklist (below) within their presentation, including a project budget. Presentations should be a maximum of 10 minutes, with an additional 10 minutes left for Q&A.


​All project budgets submitted must use the Rozsa Foundation Funding Program Budget Template, which can be found on our website. Please complete the “Budget” column of the template. 


Participants who completed the program as part of an organization should apply via their organization (whether registered charity, non-profit, or grassroots organization).


Participants who are working independently and completed the program outside of an organizational context should apply as individuals. 


The Rozsa Foundation acknowledges that for some equity-deserving organizations and individuals, systemic barriers to equity exist when it comes to the funding application process. We invite you to contact us to discuss your application and needs, so that we may seek ways to provide additional supports  to you.


Please note: Application questions differ for individuals and organizations, so please be sure to download the application that is appropriate for you.



We encourage interested organizations to discuss eligibility and proposed projects with us prior to application. Please contact Funding Manager, Ayla Stephen, at   

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