Toronto Arts Council (TAC)
08/03/21 11:59 PM
Grants of up to $15,000 to Ontario nonprofit arts organizations in eligible locations for projects that distribute or exhibit contemporary art. First-time applicants must contact the funding source before applying. Funding is intended for short-term or one-time projects. The purpose of this grant program is to help to develop local media and visual arts. Proposed projects must have a secured venue in the city of Toronto or be produced in Toronto and shared online, and have a well-focused audience development plan.
Eligible types of projects:
TAC Accessibility Grant: Projects involving Deaf artists and artists with disabilities may apply for an additional TAC grant by completing the Accessibility Expenses section of the application and including the requisite information in their budget. A TAC Accessibility grant will provide support towards accessibility costs for artists incurred during the project. Accessibility costs include but are not limited to: ASL interpretation, audio description, closed captioning, communications assistants, attendant care (including helpers for Elders), support workers and equipment rentals or other supports required to meet artists' accessibility needs).
GrantWatch ID#: 148855
- The maximum grant available in this program is $15,000.
- TAC does not fund 100% of a project budget.
- TAC Accessibility grant will provide up to a maximum of $5,000.
Applications submitted to the March deadline must be for projects commencing after June 1. Applications submitted to the August deadline must be for projects commencing after November 1. TAC does not fund retroactively. Projects that have commenced prior to the adjudication will not be considered. Projects must be completed within two years of the date of your grant Notification Letter.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
TAC Grants Online:
For further information on this program contact Visual/Media Arts Program Manager Peter Kingstone at:
Toronto Arts Council
26 Grand Trunk Crescent, Suite 200
Toronto, ON M5J 3A9
email@example.com, 416-392-6802 x 208
Canada: Ontario: Toronto;
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