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Submit Applications for Creative Communities Multi-Year Operating Grant Program – Canada

Submit Applications for Creative Communities Multi-Year Operating Grant Program – Canada


Deadline: 8-Mar-21

The Toronto Arts Council is seeking applications for the Creative Communities Multi-Year Operating Grant Program to support outstanding artists and arts organizations that contribute to the cultural life of the City of Toronto.

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TAC is committed to artistic excellence, innovation, and accessibility, and supports a wide spectrum of artistic endeavour and a range of activity that makes the City of Toronto one of the leading cultural centres in Canada. Through its support, TAC cultivates a richer engagement between artists and audiences and reflects the City of Toronto through the diversity of artists, arts communities and audiences that it serves.

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The Creative Communities Program provides Multi-Year Operating support to professional1 non-profit Toronto arts organizations engaged on an ongoing basis in work that enables public participation in arts and culture. Funding through this program supports both operations and programming. The City of Toronto supports this program through a funding allocation approved annually by Toronto City Council.
Art practiced at a community level creates a powerful sense of inclusion, understanding, and the possibility of self-expression among participants. It can involve one or more art practices, such as music, dance, theatre, visual arts, and storytelling. The collaborative involvement of professional artists with community members is a necessary component.
Eligibility Criteria

Be non-profit;
Have professional artistic leadership and pay appropriate professional fees to artists;
Be located in the City of Toronto and have a significant portion of its activities occurring within the City;
Have been in operation for at least four years;
Have a history of sustained community arts activity;
Have received Annual Operating funding through TAC’s Creative Communities program for at least the past two years;
Have a viable administrative structure;
Have sound financial management;
Be governed by a Board of Directors or other body responsible for the organization;
Have stable artistic, organizational and board leadership with plans in place for any transition;
Have sound financial management and balanced budgets over time;
Submit verification of financial results of the last completed fiscal year:
for requests over $30,000, audited financial statements are required;
for requests of $30,000 or less, if annual operating revenues are $100,000 or more, a review engagement is required, (or, if available, audited financial statements);
for requests of $30,000 or less, if annual operating revenues are under $100,000, unaudited financial statements that include a balance sheet and a statement of income and expenses is required, (or, if available, audited financial statements or a review engagement);
Receive significant support on an annual basis from other levels of government and/or the public and/or the private sector.
For more information, visit https://torontoartscouncil.org/grant-programs/tac-grants/creative-communities/multi-year-operating

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