June 29, 2015
Toronto Mayor John Tory today announced that Councillor John Filion will be his new Advocate for the Arts. In addition he announced the launch of a new Arts in the Parks program being developed by Toronto Arts Council and Toronto Arts Foundation.
February 24, 2015
February 02, 2015
February 2, 2015 - Toronto
Claire Hopkinson, Director and CEO, and Gaëtane Verna, member of the Board of Directors of Toronto Arts Council, spoke today at the 2015 Budget Committee Meeting.
December 09, 2014
Toronto Arts Council welcomed 8 new arts professionals and five City Councillors to its Board of Directors at the 40th anniversary Annual General Meeting held last night.
October 10, 2014
Toronto – Toronto Arts Council (TAC) is pleased to announce that six innovative arts development projects have been awarded grants through a new funding process called Open Door.
September 02, 2014
Toronto Arts Council (TAC) is partnering with The Banff Centre to launch a unique leadership exchange program for Toronto arts and cultural leaders. The pilot program will commence in spring 2015, with applications for up to 15 fully funded TAC Fellowships due in November 2014
August 23, 2014
TORONTO – Toronto Arts Council (TAC) is celebrating its 40th anniversary year with a ‘Toronto Loves the Arts’ campaign.
August 21, 2014
Comedy steps into the creative fold as Culture Days @ the Library returns with 45+ FREE activities at more than 40 branches
July 23, 2014
Did you know? Toronto is home to 93% more artists than any other Canadian city. Arts and culture contribute $11.3 billion annually to Toronto’s GDP. 81% of Ontario residents believe that government should invest in the arts.
"Toronto Arts Facts” is a compilation of the most recent available data on Toronto’s arts and economy, quality of life, tourism and community. Published by Toronto Arts Foundation, it is compiled and edited by Jini Stolk, Creative Trust Fellow, with Kathleen McLeod and Kasia Gladki.
May 28, 2014
Business for the Arts celebrates impact of artsVest™ program in Toronto.
2013-2014 program wraps up with overall economic impact of $1.53 million