Welcome to the Neighbourhood Arts Network Learning Room and the 'Money' Section.
We aim to link you directly to funding opportunities that might benefit you and your work. That is not to say that what you find here are the only opportunities out there, but rather, this is a good place to start.
See our 'How to' section for valuable tips on Grant Writing, Sponsorship development and other fundraising techniques.
We’ve designed this space to direct you to specific professional development opportunities, online learning, lesson plans, funding initiatives, toolkits, reports and information that is relevant to artists and organizations in the community engaged arts sector. If there is anything you would like to see added to this section, do not hesitate to contact us today!
With the common goal to support and celebrate newcomer artists in the City of Toronto, TELUS and the Neighbourhood Arts Network are pleased to announce the TELUS Newcomer Artist Award
RE StART has been created in the belief that arts based education is a meaningful tool to engage, support and inspire (at-risk) youth and young adults.
To encourage artists and arts organizations from all arts disciplines to work with communities and/or trade unions through a collaborative creative process.
To provide project grants to allow professional artists from all artistic expressions and cultures to provide in-depth learning experiences for Ontario educators and learners.
Toronto Arts Council's 'Platform A' is a collaboration between four of Toronto’s leading organizations in community-engaged arts: Arts for Children & Youth, Art Starts, Jumblies Theatre and SKETCH.
The Community Arts Project Grants program provides funding to professional arts organizations and community groups for community arts projects that demonstrate vision and excellence