Monday, November 24, 2014

Canadian Pacific Holiday Train Comes to Toronto Junction: November 29, 2014

Poster: 2014 Canadian Holiday Train
Station:: Toronto:: 750 Runnymede Road, in front of Lambton Yard
Saturday, November 29, 2014

CP Holiday Train is coming to the Junction

A family-friendly holiday event! 

The CP holiday train is making another stop in the Junction this year on Saturday, November 29th, 2014, 8:15 p.m. at CP Lambton Yard, 750 Runnymede Road.

Watch the fully decorated and lit up for the holidays CP Holiday Train roll in, with musical guests the Odds and Roxanne Potvin performing,and visit from Santa too!

Please bring a non-perishable food donation for Daily Bread Food Bank.

Event details:

Canadian Holiday Train

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Station:: Toronto

Address:: 750 Runnymede Road, in front of Lambton Yard

Arrival:: 8:15 PM

Event Time:: 8:30 PM - 9:15 PM

Performers:: Odds and Roxanne Potvin

The concerts are free, but you're encouraged to make a donation to the local food bank—either a non-perishable food item or a cash donation. All contributions will stay within your local community.

Share your #CPHolidayTrain photos and moments on Twitter with #CPHolidayTrain

More details:

If you haven’t seen this before, don’t miss out this year!

Read related articles on the web:

Bloor West Villager: The Odds and Roxanne Potvin usher in arrival of CP Holiday Train at Lambton Yard
Bring a donation for the Daily Bread Food Bank Nov. 29
By Lisa Rainford

Daily Bread Food Bank: CP Holiday Train

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

2014 Russian Film Festival in Canada: Toronto, November 5-9

Toronto Russian Film Festival, November 5-9, 2014
Poster: The Russian Film Festival in Canada 
Toronto, November 5-9, 2014 
Credit: Toronto Russian Film Festival

Russian Film Festival in Canada
November 5-9, 2014
Venues: Isabel Bader Theatre, Theatre D Digital, TIFF Bell Lightbox

This year the Festival celebrates its 5th anniversary. And this time around the Russian partner of the Festival is a production company known as “Horosho Production.”

The program offers 8 full-length films, 4 shorts, two documentaries and 4 animated films – 18 screenings in all. In addition to the screenings, the program provides 7 informational programs: press conferences, round table discussions, master classes on directing, documentaries and casting. The organizers are planning a round-table discussion on co-production and pitching international projects.

Informational Programs Schedule
Russian Film Festival in Canada 
Toronto, November 5-9, 2014
Credit: Toronto Russian Film Festival

All films will be shown in Russian with English subtitles. All the films in the program have been made since 2013 and many of them have received awards at other film festivals.

There are no competitions at the Russian Film Festival but there is an Audience Award. After each screening there will be a Q&A with the creators of the film.

This year’s program has many references to classical and modern literature. The Festival opens with the North American premiere of the film Two Women (2014) directed by Vera Glagoleva, based on the play by Ivan Turgenev, “A Month in the Countryside.” The renowned British actor Ralph Fiennes plays one of the main parts in the film.

The film Mirrors (2013) directed by Marina Migunova is dedicated to the famous Russian poet Marina Tsvetaeva.

The Brothers Ch (2014) directed by Michail Ugarov shows a day in the life of the great Russian writer Anton Chekhov and his brothers.

A special place in the program is occupied by a screen adaptation of the story White Yagel (2014) by Anna Nerkagi. This film, made by the director Vladimir Tumaev, tells us about the lives of peoples living in the Arctic regions, which is very unusual and full of mysteries. This film won the Audience Award at the 36th Moscow International Film Festival in 2014.

The film The Grandfather of My Dreams (2014) directed by Aleksandr Strizhenov belongs to the genre of grotesque family comedy and raises the eternal question about how much we depend on the material well-being which suddenly comes out of nowhere.

There Will Be No Winter (2014) is a film made in the genre of fantasy by director Ilya Demichev. It boasts an all-star cast: Ksenia Rappoport, Ingeborga Dapkunaite, Aleksandr Samoylenko and Sergey Koltakov.

The drama about a girl from an orphanage who grew up to become a model will close the Festival. Nine Days and One Morning (2014) was directed by Vera Storozheva, the famous film and television personality who was awarded at TEFI and at many other Russian and international festivals. Before the screening of this film the viewers are invited to an honorary session with the renowned Moldavian-Russian actress Svetlana Toma.

The festival will have a children’s day when little viewers will see the full-length animated fairy tale Ivan Tsarevitch and Grey Wolf-2 (2013) directed by Vladimir Toropchin and a full-length feature film The Mystery of Four Princesses (2014) by Oleg Shtrom.

The documentary program has two films in different genres. The film A Diary of a Drug Addict (2013) by Svetlana Stasenko is a social drama, and the film Voices. An Aria for the Fog (2014) by Elizaveta Shmakova is a portrait of a legendary opera diva. The documentary program will be concluded by a master-class on documentaries led by Svetlana Stasenko.

The short film program lists different films made by young directors. The film Unintentionally (2014) was made by Zhora Kryzhovnikov. His recent comedy Bitter! (2013) became one of the most successful films of the year. The short film Inspection (2014) made by Gala Suhanova tells a story of a dysfunctional family with children. The film Tonya is Crying on the Bridge of Lovers (2014) by Anton Kolomeets is about the generation of thirty-something year old and the passage of time; and in the film Shredder (2014) by Michael Dovzhenko we witness a highly unusual (but based on a true story) situation when the audience is asked to vote on killing a work of art.

Animated shorts from the Shar (The Ball) studio-school will be shown before full-length films.

Among the Russian delegation of cinematographers there are famous directors and actors such as Vera Glagoleva, Svetlana Toma, Aleksandr Strizhenov, Vera Storozheva, Marina Migunova and others; 14 people in total.

Program of Russian Film Festival in Canada
Toronto, November 5-9, 2014

Festival Venues:
Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles Street West, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7
(416) 585-4498
Theatre D Digital, 551 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto, ON M4S 2M5
(416) 466-440
TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 3X5

All tickets are free of charge. There is a $5 processing fee when you order tickets on the web site or pick them up at the entrance. It is advisable to register on the web site or by phone. The number of places is limited.

Information about program and tickets:

Or by phone: 647-466-3555

About the Russian Film Festival in Canada
The Russian Film Festival in Canada was founded by the TRFF (The Toronto Russian Film Festival) in 2009 which strives to popularize Russian cinema and increase the cooperation between the Canadian and Russian film industries. During the five years of its existence the Festival has acquired many admirers and viewers. Overall, about two hundred films of different genres and artistic directions have been shown during its annual screenings. The Festival has become a popular and anticipated event both in the Russian community as well as among English-speaking film-goers and film industry professionals.

In 2011 the TRFF started partnering up with Russian organizations. The Festival’s status then changed. Support from the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation now made it possible to organize the Festival at a very high level, to invite large delegations from Russia and to present the audience with the very latest films.

Toronto Russian Film Festival
phone: 647-868-3436

You can also find information on the 5th Russian Film Festival in Canada Event page on Facebook
Hosted by Alena Joukova

Published by TRFF

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Junction Music Festival September 20 – Program and Map

Poster: Toronto Junction Music Festival
Saturday, September 20, 2014

The Junction Music Festival

The 3rd annual festival of independent music in Toronto's Junction neibourhood.

When: Saturday, September 20, 2014
Times: 12 pm (noon) to 12 am (midnight)
Location: The Junction, Dundas West @ Keele Street, Toronto
5 outdoor stages + Vine Street Parkette
30+ participating music venues + busker stations
60+ musicians + bands

Presented by: The Junction BIA

The Junction Music Festival is a community-first festival, taking place September 20th, 2014 and highlights and celebrates world class and local talent that is constantly emerging from one of Toronto's most creative areas. 

Coined as the emerging art and design neighbourhood of Toronto, this eclectic community anchored by Dundas St West and Keele Street is home to a festival celebrating local up-and-coming talent and rising stars. Move to the sounds of a collection of musical performances rocking a number of stages both day and night while discovering the celebrated food, drink and nightlife that makes the Junction a must visit Toronto destination.

For more information on the festival visit:
Facebook Page dedicated to news and updates:
Official Festival twitter handle:
Official Festival hashtag:

Show time and Map of music venue locations, busker stations and stage performances:

Toronto Junction Music Festival 2014 Map
Image: The Junction Music Festival 2014 Program and Map
Saturday, September 20, 2014

List of Stage Performances:

S1 McMurray Stage
3048 Dundas Street West @ McMurray Street
Axis Gallery & Grill - McMurray Stage Sponsor
12-3 pm - Julian Fauth
4-7 pm -  Junction City All-Stars
8-11 pm - Big Otter Creek

S2 Vine Parkette
200 Vine Avenue @ West of McMurray / East of Pacific Avenue
2 pm - Breathe Yoga Studio: Free yoga class
3 pm - Hip Kik: Belly dancing
5-8 pm - Open Mic Acoustic Session
8:30 pm - Outdoor Cinema in the park: "School of Rock" (2003) starring Jack Black.

S3 Pacific / Wavelength Stage
2968 Dundas Street West @ Pacific Avenue
The Passenger - Pacific Avenue Stage Sponsor
1:00 pm – Erika Werry & The Alphabet
2:30 pm – Two Koreas
4:00 pm – Tails
5:30 pm – Omhouse
7:00 pm – Paradise Animals
8:30 pm – Ark Analog
10:00 pm – Rambunctious

S4 Junction Train Platform Stage

2960-2964 Dundas Street West @ East of Pacific Avenue
2:00 pm – Whiskey Jack
3:30 pm – Ginger Grey
5:00 pm – Sun K
6:30 pm – Beams
8:00 pm – Bard From The Club
9:30 pm – House of David Gang

S5 Mavety Stage
2897 Dundas Street West @ Mavity Street
12:00 pm – Liminal Divide
1:30 pm – AHI
2:30 pm – Iduna
3:30 pm – UKAE
4:30 pm – Alright Alright
6:00 pm – Hands & Teeth
7:30 pm – KASHKA
9:00 pm - TBD

S6 Main Stage
2803 Dundas Street West @ Indian Grove
6 pm – The Chameleon Project
7 pm – Teenage Kicks
8 pm – The Beauties
9 pm – The Sadies

Bring your family and friends and let the music guide you through the #JunctionTO!

Plus: #LoveJunctionTO Contest! 

Tell the Junction BIA what you love about The Junction using the hashtag #lovejunctionto to win a pretty cool prize pack.
Submit entries via Instagram, Twitter, Email or fill in a ballot at one of our Info Booths.

Contest runs until September 21st.
Video: The Junction Music Festival 2013 
Video Produced by Andrew Williamson 
Sound Dinosaur Bones 
Published by TheJunctionBIA 
Credit: YouTube: 

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

#lovejunctionto Great Summer Weekend Sales & Events! August 22-24

Image: JunctionBIA Poster #LoveJunctionTO Summer Sale Weekend: August 22-24, 2014

Summer Sale Weekend
August 22-24, 2014

Presented by: The Junction BIA

Sales & Promotions
Movie Night
Street Food
Contests & Prizes
Swag Giveaways!
Friday, August 22 - Sunday, August 24, 2014

Kickin off with an OUTDOOR FILM
Friday August 22nd,  at 9 PM

Screening: Searching for Sugar Man (2012)

( RAIN DATE: Saturday August 23rd )
at the Junction Train Platform ( Just East of Dundas & Pacific )
Outdoor Cinema brought to you by Indie AleHouse

#LoveJunctionTO Contests!


Tell what you love about The Junction using the hashtag #lovejunctionto to win a pretty cool prize pack. Submit entries via Instagram, Twitter or email us at to submit your entry. Contest runs until August 24th (Midnight)


Tell our street team  what you love about the Junction and win fabulous Junction Prizes. You can find the Junction BIA Street Team

    Outdoor Cinema ( Friday Aug. 22nd)
    The Junction Farmers Market (Saturday Aug. 23rd)

3. Random acts of Junction Swag!

For details, please check out The Junction BIA link:

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Junction Night Market: A Community Food Festival: July 12

Poster: Junction Night Market, Saturday, July 12, 2014; 7-11 pm

The Junction Farmers Night Market

A Community Food Festival to benefit the Junction farmers Market Food Voucher Program

Saturday, July 12, 2014; 7-11 pm

Pacific Avenue, just north of Dundas Street West

$5 Local Food!
$5 Local Craft Beer and Wine

The Junction Farmers’ Market presents the Night Market, Saturday, July 12 from 7 to 11 p.m. on Pacific Avenue, just north of Dundas Street West.

This is a community community food event - an evening of fabulous local food, craft beer and Ontario wine in the Junction! Tickets will be available on site. Beer, wine and food is only $5.00 each!

All the proceeds will go toward helping community members gain access to fresh and healthy food through the Junction Farmers Market Food Voucher Program, in partnership with Four Villages Community Health Centre.

More info: Junction Farmers’ Market 

Check out last year's photos and a video from The Night Market:

Junction Night Market 2013
Screenshot: blogto: Junction Farmers Night Market, photos by Jesse Milns

YouTube video: Junction Night Market 
Toronto's Junction neighbourhood held a night market on Dundas St W 14 Sep 2013. This was during a beer festival in Toronto, so the commodity sold was mostly beer. 
Published by Richard Anderson

Plus, check the official website of Ontario farmers’ markets link.

This link will take you to a more extensive list of Ontario farmers’ markets that can be sorted by day, place, etc.
It also tells how many vendors are at each market. Junction Farmers Market, Toronto, Ontario

Sunday, May 11, 2014

The Wait Is Over: Sakura Blossoms

Cherry Blossoms - High Park, Toronto
Cherry Blossoms - High Park - May 10, 2014

Cherry Blossom Season 2014 - Sakura, Sakura!

Some of the beautiful sakura cherry trees start blooming this weekend - Mother's Day Weekend!

To see the most trees in bloom all at once (Hanami) go on the May Long Weekend Victoria Day.

If you want to avoid crowds and the hassle of parking and long lineups for washrooms then go on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. (14,15,16 of May)

More info on High Park Toronto online forum & discussion board.

Cherry Blossoms - High Park, Toronto
Cherry Blossoms - High Park - May 10, 2014

Cherry Blossoms - High Park, Toronto
Cherry Blossoms - High Park - May 10, 2014

Cherry Blossoms - High Park, Toronto
Cherry Blossoms Under The Moon - High Park - May 10, 2014

Don't miss the celebration of Cherry Blossom Season at the High Park this year!

Thursday, May 08, 2014

Eurovision Song Contest, Copenhagen 2014
Viewing Party at The Drake Sky Yard, Toronto

Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Viewing Party Toronto; May 10, 2014
Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Viewing Party at the Drake Hotel
1150 Queen Street West, Toronto; May 10, 2014

Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Viewing Party at The Drake Sky Yard, Toronto

When: Saturday, May 10, 2014
Time: 3:00 pm

Venue: Sky Yard
The Drake Hotel
1150 Queen St W., Toronto, ON M6J 1J4

Category: Music
Type: Live
Cover: Free  

The original reality show, the Eurovision Song Contest (since 1956, don't ya know) belts it out in the Sky Yard May 10th afternoon.

Come by and watch a bearded Austrian drag queen alongside a colourful European cast compete for pop supremacy! Will they be as good as ABBA? (Hint: the 1974 winners.) Only time will tell.

Info: Happenings: Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Viewing Party

Eurovision Song Contest - Copenhagen 2014

The popular Eurovision Song Contest, which began in 1956, has helped launch the careers of acts like Canada’s Celine Dion (who sang for Switzerland) and ABBA.

26 broadcasters are participating with their contestant in the Grand Final while juries and viewers in 37 participating countries will vote. But who will win the trophy?

The 2013 winner of the annual Eurovision song contest was Danish singer Emmelie de Forest with her ethno-inspired flute and drum tune Only Teardrops:

Video: Emmelie de Forest - Only Teardrops (Denmark) - LIVE - 2013 Grand Final Eurovision Song Contest 

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

CONTACT 2014 Photography in the Junction: Identity
Opening Receptions on Saturday, May 3rd

Poster: Photography in the Junction: May 1-31, 2014
Photo: Gunnelbobbing, 2011 by Phillipa C.
Credit: +

CONTACT Photography Festival in The Junction
May 1–31, 2014

Presented by The Junction BIA

The Junction BIA is pleased to present another great year of Photography in the Junction- part of Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

This year you will be able to explore 21 venues and see fine photographic works of 25+ artists.

This is yet again, the highest concentration of photographic venues in the City, for the duration of an internationally acclaimed CONTACT Photography Festival.

CONTACT 2014 Photography Festival in the Junction Opening Receptions
May 3, 6-9 pm

The Junction BIA will kick-off CONTACT Photography Festival with several opening receptions on May 3rd, 2014.

From 6PM – 9 PM you will have a chance to discover several opening receptions along Dundas St. West. between Indian Grove and Quebec Avenue at Keele Street. Furthermore you will have a chance to meet several photographers at participating venues.

Location: Anchored by the intersection of Dundas Street West and Keele Street, the Junction neighbourhood follows Dundas Street West and is an emerging art and design district.

Public Transit:  Easily accessible from Dundas West, Keele, or High Park Metro Stations. Average 15 minute walk (north).

-No.30 - from High Park Subway Station
-No.40 - from Dundas West Subway Station
-No.41 - from Keele Subway Station
-No.89 - from Keele Subway Station

Venue and Map: Photography in the Junction: May 1-31, 2014 
★ The Junction Train Platform: 
May 3rd – 6-9 pm Info Booth 
May 23rd – 7-9 pm Audience Choice Awards Venue

Please find more details about all venues and photographers; opening reception, wards night, contests, map and directions on CONTACT Photography Festival in the Junction May 1-31, 2014

Please come and celebrate another great year of Photography in the Junction - part of Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival!

Monday, April 28, 2014

Jane's Walk: Toronto: Junction of the Canadian Dream

Screenshot: Jane's Walk: Toronto: Junction of the Canadian Dream: Hangin' Out With History
Walk Leader: Neil Ross; Meeting Place: Runnymede Library — May 3, 2014, 2:30 PM
Credit: Canada: Toronto: Junction of the Canadian Dream: Hangin' Out With History

2014 Jane’s Walk annual global festival runs May 2nd, 3rd and 4th!

This year the Jane’s Walk turns eight, and there are more then 120 of great walks throughout Toronto. The walks get people to explore their cities and connect with neighbours. As always, Jane’s Walk is FREE and locally led walking tours run rain or shine.
No reservations are needed – JUST SHOW UP! 

Below are links to two Junction walking tours this weekend.

Junction of the Canadian Dream: Hangin' Out With History

Saturday, May 3, 2014 | 2:30 PM

Walk Leader: Neil Ross

Meeting Place: Runnymede Library
The exact meeting point is in the park immediately north of (behind) the Runnymede Library along Glendonwynne Road, Kennedy-Margdon Parkette. The closest transit stop is Runnymede subway station.

Ending Place: Annette Street Library
Participants can catch either the Junction 40 bus to Dundas West or the Keele bus to Keele station, both from Dundas and Keele.

About This Walk
Travel the Junction and learn its place in the heart of Canada.

Experience the coming together of the railways on the meeting point of First Nations trails. Explorers La Salle and Brûlé may well have passed through here, and there is some evidence La Salle actually stopped for a latte . . .

Neil Ross tells you his favourite Canadian stories and his favourite Junction stories in a walk from the Runnymede to Annette Street Libraries. Perfect bookends: Runnymede was designed to reflect a Canadian identity.  Annette Street was envisioned as the cultural centre of an independent city. "After all, we're all immigrants on this bus."
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, 30 minutes

About Neil Ross
Neil Ross is the co-author of One Hundred Years at the Junction Shul and of the screenplay Worthy of Such a Country: D'Arcy McGee. As president of the West Toronto Junction Historical Society, his historical walking tours have made NOW Magazine's Editors' Big Three Can't Miss Events -- along with Caribana and professional wrestling. Neil writes the graphic novel series Justice in the Junction: the Life and Times of Josiah Royce.

Screenshot: Jane's Walk: Toronto: A Crash Course on the Junction
Walk Leader: Leah Cooke; Meeting Place: Keele and Dundas — May 3, 2014, 5:00 PM
Credit: Canada: Toronto: A Crash Course on the Junction

A Crash Course on the Junction

Saturday, May 3, 2014 | 5:30 PM

Walk Leader: Leah Cooke, Junction BIA Staff

Meeting Place: Keele and Dundas
(SW Corner) at the benches beside the bus stop.

Ending Place: Indie Ale House Brewing Co.
We will be ending the walk at a licensed brewery, so those wishing to partake in this stop will need to be 19+ with valid ID.

About This Walk
On this walk, we will explore the historic Junction’s main commercial strip on Dundas Street West.

We will discover businesses that exemplify what the Junction is best known for: reclamation, design, art, innovative food and beer.  An overview of the area’s history will be discussed, and interesting buildings/shops will be pointed out while we go.  Come with questions about the area and we'll do our best to answer them!

As a bonus, CONTACT photography festival opening receptions will be happening in the area from 6-9 pm on the same night, so you can turn this into an evening outing in the Junction.

Duration: Approximately 1 hour, 30 minutes

About Leah Cooke
As a current Urban Planning graduate student, lifelong Junction resident and former Junction BIA intern, I'm excited to lead this walk in my area.

About Junction BIA Staff
Junction Business Improvement Area Staff - fan and advocate of the Junction neighbourhood, passionate about all the hidden gems and fantastic stories each retail building in the Junction holds.

Screenshot: Jane's Walk Toronto 2014: Ward 13 Parkdale-High Park (9)  
Credit: Canada: Toronto walks: Ward 13 Parkdale-High Park

In fact, at least a dozen other Jane's walks are coming to our neighbourhood of wards 13 and 14, Parkdale-High Park in Toronto this weekend.

Check it out #janeswalk:
  • Twilight Labyrinth Walk in High Park — May 2, 6:30 PM
  • Walk as workout! — May 2, 7:00 PM and May 3, 10:00 AM
  • Bloor West Village - A century of development, heritage and community — May 3, 10:00 AM and May 4, 10:00 AM
  • The Centre for Opportunities, Respect, and Empowerment presents! The Culture of Parkdale: Past, Present, and Future — May 3, 10:00 AM
  • Belly Full: A History of Hunger Resistance in Parkdale (Bob Rose) — May 3, 10:30 AM
  • Jane and Annette, Friends Forever (Madeleine McDowell) — May 3, 12:00 PM
  • The World of Labyrinth Walkers: High Park on World Labyrinth Day — May 3, 12:00 PM
  • Ghost River (Juliet Palmer, Diana Tso , Gib Goodfellow) — May 3, 1:00 PM
  • Visions of Parkdale Past and Future, In the Balance ( Alec Keefer) — May 3, 1:00 PM
  • Junction of the Canadian Dream: Hangin' Out With History (Neil Ross) — May 3, 2:30 PM
  • A Crash Course on the Junction (Leah Cooke, Junction BIA Staff) — May 3, 5:00 PM
  • Swansea, Past and Present (Swansea Historical Society, leaders) — May 3, 6:30 PM
  • Celluloid and Popcorn: The history of Cinema on Roncesvalles (Keith Denning, Scott Worsley) — May 4, 1:30 PM
  • Walking with Refugees in the West Bend (Romero House) — May 4, 2:00 PM

For more information visit:

On Friday May 2nd - Sunday May 4th 2014
Join the Jane's Walk Festival to Learn about Yours!

Artists in Community: Apply for 2014 Neighbourhood Arts Network BMO Seed Fund

Toronto Artists Working in Community: Neighbourhood Arts Network and BMO Financial Group 2nd Annual Seeds Fund
Poster: The Neighbourhood Arts Network and BMO Financial Group
2nd Annual Seeds Fund: Six $1,000 Prizes for Artists Working in Community


Are you looking to make a positive impact in a Toronto neighbourhood or community through a unique arts based project?

Apply for the 2nd Annual Neighbourhood Arts Network BMO Seed Fund
Six $1,000 Prizes for Artists Working in Community

The Neighbourhood Arts Network and BMO Financial Group are once again planting creative seeds this spring in the form of six $1,000 prizes. The Neighbourhood Arts Network BMO Seed Fund is a special prize opportunity geared to support artists in the development, creation and/or dissemination of a community engaged arts project they are leading anytime between June 2014 to April 2015

Deadline: Monday May 2, 2014

Prize recipients announced in May 22, 2014

The top 10 finalists will be selected by four local judges from the community, followed by a week long social media campaign in May that will promote their projects and give the general public the opportunity to vote for the six final prize winners. Prize recipients will be celebrated and awarded their prize at an inaugural Neighbourhood Arts Network BMO Seeds Fund reception in June.

Click here for more details and online application form.


Photo: "We Are Grandmas" Community Art Project in Wawa, Ontario itceremony: The Babushkas' project: The Great Lakes Tour - 2008