July 22, 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
May 26, 2014
Toronto, ON - Bringing the City Alive, a Leger survey done on behalf of Toronto Arts Foundation has found that a majority (70%) of GTA residents regularly participate in the arts by attending events, volunteering, or donating.
May 06, 2014
TORONTO, June 5, 2014 – The Toronto Arts Council (TAC) and the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) today announced a new partnership which will create opportunities for artists to use the ROM’s collections in their work as well as present their work in one of North America’s leading museums.
April 11, 2014
Toronto Arts Council (TAC) is pleased to announce the recipients of its new pilot grants programs: Artists in the Library and Animating Historic Sites.
April 03, 2014
A partnership with Toronto Arts Council, Business for the Arts and Canadian Heritage
March 26, 2014
Call for Participation: Take Part in Culture Days at the Toronto Public Library
March 24, 2014
Have you applied for a grant before? Are you curious about what happens between the time you submit your application and when you get a response? Do you want to strengthen your own grant writing skills by understanding the process from start to finish?
March 10, 2014
The Culture Build Investment Program offered by the City of Toronto provides matching funds to assist the City's not-for-profit cultural sector with financing for state of good repair capital projects.
March 04, 2014
The City of Toronto is holding a community information meeting to inform the arts and culture community about Below-Market Rent spaces offered by the City of Toronto, and specific upcoming vacancies.