Type of Program:
The Black Arts Projects Program provides support to individual artists, artist collectives of 2 or more Black artists working on a non-profit basis and incorporated non-profit Toronto Black arts organizations.
Comments on Funding:
TAC may fund up to 100% of the requested amount. Maximum grant is:
A TAC Accessibility grant will provide up to a maximum of $5,000 towards accessibility costs for artists incurred during the project. Applicants who are Deaf or have a disability and need support to complete their grant applications can apply for funds to cover the costs of assistance from Application Support Service Providers. Up to $500 is available per eligible applicant in each calendar year.
When It Ends:
October 6, 2022
Organizations and Collectives must be:
Applicants may not apply as an individual and an organization or collective for the same project at the same time. If the applicant is one of the members of an applicant collective, he/she may also apply as an individual for an unrelated project in the same competition year. Applicants may receive only one grant per calendar year through the Black Arts Project program, and may not also have a pending application to the Black Arts Operating program.
However, applicants may still apply for different projects to arts discipline programs as well as other strategic initiatives programs that TAC offers. In this case, the applicant may receive up to one project grant in each funding stream and three project grants  total per calendar year.
Applicants must submit:
- 1an application;
- 2support material (Audio-visual files/links) to support the assessment of their application. Applicants in all categories are encouraged to contact the Program Manager to determine what, if any, support material is necessary.
Other Things to Note:
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis, with notification of results released approximately 4 months after submission date.
The Project Start Date must be a minimum of 4 months after the submission date.
All projects must be completed within two years of the date on the Notification Letter.