Toronto Arts Council acknowledges the diversity of the First Peoples of this area and recognize the territories of the Wendat, the Anishnabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Today, Toronto is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and around the world and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work, to live and to meet on this territory.
26 Grand Trunk Crescent, Suite 200
Toronto, Ontario ♦ M5J 3A9
Phone: 416-392-6800 ♦ Fax: 416-392-6920
Grand Trunk Crescent is located south of Bremner Blvd, between Lower Simcoe St. and York St. Union Station is the nearest subway to our office. MAP
Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Visits to the office after 2 p.m. by appointment only.
- While our services are available from Monday - Friday, staff work from home on Fridays. The doors to 26 Grand Trunk Crescent are locked on Fridays.
- Please note that our office is wheelchair accessible.
- Toronto Arts Council has a Scent-Free Policy. Scented products such as hair spray, perfume, and deodorant can trigger reactions such as respiratory distress and headaches. Staff and visitors are asked to not use these products when reporting to this office.
- Parking: The nearest pay parking lot is opposite our office on Grand Trunk Crescent.
- For general information please contact: Michelle Parson, Office Manager, 416-392-6800 x 200, michelle[at]torontoartscouncil[dot]org
- To contact one of our Program Managers, please click here
- Full staff contact list is here.
- Please be aware that scammers have recently set up false emails using misspelled versions of TAC’s domain name. We have reported the problem. If you are unsure of emails – note that @torontoartscouncil.org or @torontoarts.org are correct.
RESPECT FOR TORONTO ARTS COUNCIL AND TORONTO ARTS FOUNDATION STAFF
Toronto Arts Council and Toronto Arts Foundation staff are here to help by providing feedback, information and support for grants, awards and programs.
Granting and awards programs are competitive and we understand that it can be very disappointing when grant applications or award nominations are not successful. Please recognize that individual staff members as well as peer assessors are not personally responsible for decisions, and are doing their best to assist and support all applicants and nominees.
We care about the mental and physical well-being of our staff and expect every person interacting with them to treat them with respect. Raised voices, vulgar or aggressive language, negative comments regarding professional expertise or personal character, or any other type of threat is not acceptable.
Staff are instructed to provide a warning to anyone interacting with them in a disrespectful way and then to disengage if the behaviour continues. Staff will also document the encounter in case further action is required.
Anyone with questions or concerns about this policy is encouraged to contact us.
Toronto Arts Council welcomes all feedback about its programs and service delivery, positive or negative. Your comments may lead to improved services, so if you have a complaint or suggestion, please let us know. Toronto Arts Council's complaints policy is available here.
Under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, organizations must make their accessibility compliance reports available to the public. Click to view our organization's Accesibility Compliance Report