Governance

Governance

The QAC is governed by a volunteer board of directors and relies on volunteers to assist the team with programs and special events. Our revenues come from government at the municipal and provincial level, sponsorships, foundations, memberships and donations.

The Quinte Arts Council is a registered charitable umbrella organization (#107869448RR0001) dedicated to promoting artists and arts organizations in all disciplines and to further appreciation of arts and culture in the Quinte region. The geographic region we serve is from the southern-most tip of Prince Edward County, north to Bancroft and east and west from Napanee to Brighton.


The Quinte Arts Council’s Annual General Meeting is held in the summer of each year. The meeting includes the election of the board of directors, reports on the QAC’s strategic planning initiatives, presentation of the Annual Report, networking and entertainment. Everyone is welcome.

2020
Annual Report

2020

“It was March 2020 and the QAC Team had just launched a hugely successful Women’s Day show with 25 artists and a packed gallery. We had collaborations in the works with the Bay of Quinte Regional Marketing Board and the Downtown Belleville BIA and a Youth Arts Group. We’d recently met with Mayor Mitch Panciuk and MPP Todd Smith to talk about how we could work together to build an even stronger arts community in Quinte Region. And then overnight, everything changed….”

View QAC Financial Statements as of December 31, 2020

Financial Statments

2019
Annual Report

2019

“2019 marked my one year anniversary as the Executive Director for the QAC. It was an exciting year of change, evolution and growth….”

View QAC Financial Statements as of December 31, 2019

Financial Statments
Get to know: QAC

Get to know: QAC

Since 1967, the Quinte Arts Council has been the community leader in advancing, cultivating, promoting and advocating for a vibrant and diverse arts community of the Quinte region, while supporting the new generation of artists, offering quality experiences and arts education.