Call For Artists: Culture Days @ The Library



Call For Artists:
Culture Days @ The Library

 The Toronto Public Library is offering free venues to Toronto-based artists and cultural groups wishing to be part of Culture Days on September 28-29, 2012.

Culture Days 2011 at College-Shaw Library Branch
Culture Days @ The Library 2011 – Stencilling Workshop with Jerry Silverberg

What is Culture Days @ The Library?

Culture Days @ the Library enables artists to take their practice out of their private studios into the accessible spaces of library branches so that the public can discover and engage with their work. Past participants describe Culture Days @ the Library as a great opportunity to connect with new audiences and to build strong community relationships. From Etobicoke to Scarborough, North York and downtown, some 40 TPL branches spanning the city will provide venues at no cost.
Who Can Apply?

Toronto-based individual artists, small and medium-sized professional arts as well as volunteer-run cultural organizations, collectives or groups that wish to organize their events at a TPL branch are invited to submit to the simple application by April 30, 2012. Activities in all artistic disciplines are encouraged as well as those that appeal to families and to audiences of diverse ages. To be considered for a space, the arts activity must be free and interactive. To apply, fill out the simple application form
When is the Application Deadline? April 30, 2012

Want to learn more?
Check out our Culture Days @ The Library blog post for more info!

Tips and Tools from Culture Days:
Choosing An Image

Including an eye-catching photo, logo or illustration will enhance your exposure on the Culture Days website and help it stand out.

Give it some thought: what first impression do you want to make with your audience?

Check out the great image ideas on the Culture Days Tips & Tools page! 




     The Neighbourhood Arts Network has been made possible by support from the Government of Ontario, Ontario Trillium Foundation, City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council, and by the many Friends of the Foundation.


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