Are you an artist from the Deaf community in Toronto interested in learning more about arts grants?
Deaf Spectrum is partnering with Toronto Arts Council for a grant-writing and information session on Thursday, June 6.
The workshop will take place at the Toronto Arts Council office in downtown from 1 to 4 p.m.
This session is designed for artists from the Deaf community and is an opportunity to learn about Toronto Arts Council grants directly from TAC grant program managers.
The workshop will also outline the various supports that TAC has for Deaf artists, including application support and accessibility grants.
Six grant program managers from Toronto Arts Council will be on hand to explain the various grant programs, assisted by four ASL interpreters.
Deaf Spectrum founder Sage Lovell will also share their experiences regarding accessibility in the arts.
Space is limited, so register today!
Register for this free workshop by signing up here: https://forms.gle/xb6oCpcTSUEz3BP26
You can also find the registration link at the Deaf Spectrum website: deafspectrum.com
Deaf Spectrum has been providing services to the Deaf community since 2015, mainly through producing sign-language vlogs.
Our translation services are offered by culturally Deaf people who are fluent in American Sign Language and English text.
Toronto Arts Council is the City of Toronto’s funding body for artists and arts organizations in Toronto.
TAC invests in artistic talent in all arts disciplines right across the city.
Equity and inclusion are guiding principles and core values of the Toronto Arts Council.
Come to the workshop on June 6 to learn more about arts grants with support from Sage Lovell and the Toronto Arts Council team!