Neighbourhood Arts Network is a strategic initiative of the Toronto Arts Foundation. We celebrate and support artists and organizations across Toronto through professional development opportunities, events, online resources, strategic community arts partnerships and awards.
We offer various awards that recognize the rich artistic talent that newcomer artists and other arts organizations contribute to the City of Toronto. Click for upcoming deadlines.
Neighbourhood Arts Network is dedicated to providing opportunities for community-arts organizations and artists to network, have access to professional development and feel celebrated.
Join the Network and gain access to valuable professional development, awards, online resources and seed funds to support your work in community!
Welcome to Toronto Arts Online: a free, searchable, events mapping and listing database featuring Toronto arts events.
This resource section points you to an array of information geared towards supporting your work in the arts and community.
Survey Results | The Community Arts Town Hall gathered arts organizations and grassroots collectives/groups to get a read on how COVID-19 has impacted their work, what resources are needed and how we can collaborate to rebuild and repair the sector.
Neighbourhood Arts Network is a strategic initiative of Toronto Arts Foundation. We offer accessible arts programming, awards, and exciting partnership opportunities to Toronto-based artists, arts educators and arts organizations.
Our membership is made up of over 2500 individuals and organizations whose interests or mandates embrace the idea of community engagement, arts for social change and community building through the arts.
Neighbourhood Arts Network offers multiple awards to celebrate the rich artistic talent of local artists, newcomer artists and arts organizations throughout Toronto.
Presenter: Mike Breen
Presenter: Members of Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography
Presenter: GTA Photography Classes
Practical tools and resources for artists and groups working towards equity in the arts. The Arts & Equity toolkit emerged from the needs and concerns identified by artists working to engage Toronto communities through the arts.