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POSTPONED - Artist Information Session for Animating Historic Sites Grant

This mandatory information session is for those interested in applying for Toronto Arts Council’s Animating Historic Sites grant at Evergreen Brick Works.

Evergreen Brick Works from the lookout point towards Toronto. Image: Geoff Fitzgerald
Top image caption: Image: Geoff Fitzgerald

Due to the events surrounding COVID-19, Toronto Arts Council will be extending the Animating Historic Sites application deadline until June 15, 2020.

The planned information sessions are currently postponed, with more information coming soon.

Toronto Arts Council has partnered with City of Toronto Museum & Heritage Services and Evergreen Brick Works to provide opportunities for artists to re-imagine and animate select Toronto historic sites, community museums and Evergreen Brick Works through engagement with their histories, local contexts, and communities.

Evergreen is hosting information sessions for artists and organizations interested in applying for an Animating Historic Sites Grant at Evergreen Brick Works.

For those attending on Wednesday, March 25, Evergreen's shuttle bus hours will be extended to 9pm.

For more information about this and other opportunities, please visit our Artist Opportunities page.

Please note: attendance to one of the information sessions is compulsory if you intend to apply for a programming grant for the Evergreen Brick Works site.

Dates & Times

Last Date: March 28, 2020

Wednesday March 25th from 6pm-8pm

Saturday, March 28th from 1pm-3pm

Prices & Fees

Free to attend. It is compulsory to attend one of these sessions if you intend to apply to the Animating Historic Sites Grant Program for Evergreen Brick Works.

Register for March 25th here. Register for March 28th here.


Hannah Kemp
416-596-1495 ext. 278


Google Map of Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto ON

Second Floor Meeting Room at Evergreen Brick Works
550 Bayview Ave, Toronto ON, M4W 3X8

Wheelchair accessibleThis event is wheelchair-accessible.