Send Us Your Photos

We’re seeking photos from Toronto Arts Council grant recipients to use in our print materials, e-communications, on our website and social media accounts.

WE THRIVE Black Girls Film Camp organized by Black Women Film! Canada in July 2020. Photograph by Ella Cooper

If you have dynamic, engaging photographs that showcase your 2020 TAC funded project, program and/or initiative, please send them our way.

Feel free to send us screen captures of online sessions, Zoom, YouTube, or photos that best capture how you adapted your art in the context of COVID-19.

By showcasing photos of TAC grant recipients, we’re able to highlight the depth of arts activity taking place in the city, and the incredible work that TAC supports.

Here’s how:

  1. Fill out this PHOTO RELEASE FORM. Please include photo credits
  2. Send your hi-res photos (of at least 1200 pixels) and the photo release form to via email or WeTransfer by February 28, 2021

We encourage artists and arts organizations working in all disciplines (including visual/ media arts and literary arts) to share photos with us.
Please send only hi-resolution photos of at least 1200 pixels (in width or height).

Thank you!

About Toronto Arts Council

Toronto Arts Council (TAC) is the City of Toronto’s funding body for artists and arts organizations. Since 1974, TAC has played a major role in the city’s cultural industries by supporting a very broad range of artistic activity. From the emerging artist to the most established, from celebrated institutions to arts that challenge convention, TAC is typically the first funder to offer support. Today, TAC grants lead to exhibitions, performances, readings and workshops seen annually by over 9.5 million people. Through its ongoing funding of over $23 million annually, TAC cultivates a rich engagement between artists and audiences. It is proud to reflect Toronto’s vibrancy through the diversity of the artists, arts communities and audiences that it serves. For more about Toronto Arts Council, visit