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Toronto Arts Council funding opportunity: Animating Toronto Parks

Application Deadline: December 4, 2017
Information Session: November 2, 2017

Toronto Arts Council’s Animating Toronto Parks grants program provides funding to professional artists, organizations and artist collectives to create and present free arts programming in selected Toronto parks located outside the downtown core. For the purposes of this program, “arts programming” may include the presentation of dance, literary arts, music, theatre, visual arts and media arts, community-engaged arts and any combination of the above. Permanent installations will not be funded within this program.

More information: www.torontoartscouncil.org/grant-programs/tac-grants/animating-toronto-parks

Information Session
Thursday, November 2, 2017, 10am-12:30pm
Toronto Centre For the Arts, 5040 Yonge Street, North York (TTC: North York Centre subway)

Free – everyone welcome

Join us on November 2 to find out more about how to apply for an Animating Toronto Parks grant, which provides funding to support the presentation of free arts programming in selected parks outside the downtown core.

  • Toronto Arts Council Strategic Programs Grants Officer Erika Hennebury will present information on how to apply for the grant;
  • Toronto Arts Foundation Marketing and Events Associate Jaclyn Rodrigues will present information on the Arts in the Parks initiative;
  • Park People’s Manager of Outreach Minaz Asani-Kanji will share information on Parks Friends groups and how to work with community;
  • Parks, Forestry & Recreation’s Arts and Music in the Parks customer service representative Andrea Damiano will present information on parks permitting and requirements.

There will be time for questions following the presentations.

Coffee, tea and snacks will be available. Kids are welcome to attend.
Toronto Centre for the Arts is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair accessible underground parking with elevator access is available at 5000 Yonge St and connects to TCA.
Scent-free environment.
If there is any way we can accommodate you please contact Erika.

Please contact Erika Hennebury for more information: erika@torontoartscouncil.org or 416-392-6802 x 219

Learn more about TAC's Animating Toronto Parks grants program: www.torontoartscouncil.org/grant-programs/tac-grants/animating-toronto-parks

Learn more about Toronto Arts Foundation: www.torontoartsfoundation.org

Learn more about Arts in the Parks: www.artsintheparksto.org

Learn more about North York Arts: www.northyorkarts.org

Learn more about Park People: www.parkpeople.ca


Photo: MABELLEarts, Show Us A Shiny Thing, Broadacres Park, 2016


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