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Exhibition Assistance Funding from Ontario Arts Council (info session)


Have an art show? There’s a grant for that!
 
Info Session: Exhibition Assistance Funding with the Ontario Arts Council 
 
Thursday October 14
th, 2021 from 7– 8 p.m. ET (6–7 p.m. CT) on Zoom 

Are you a Northwestern Ontario-based visual art, craft, or media artist who is showing your work in galleries, craft markets, restaurants, coffee shops, pow-wows, online exhibitions, outdoor events, or other non-gallery settings? 

Join Ontario Arts Council staff Lisa W√∂hrle for an online conversation with the Thunder Bay Art Gallery about OAC Exhibition Assistance funding. Learn more about: 


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What is Exhibition Assistance funding and how can it support my exhibition costs (such as framing/hanging supplies, shipping costs, booth, and venue fees) 
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What can exhibitions look like beyond gallery spaces? 
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What is a Recommender and what are they looking for in my application? 

This session will be in English and will be recorded.  For information about upcoming sessions in French, please contact gtrilling@arts.on.ca  
 

To participate: 
Join via Zoom on October 14th https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84346783515  (Meeting ID: 843 4678 3515)  
Need a reminder about the session closer to the date? Please email 
aforslund@arts.on.ca  
 
If you require ASL interpretation to participate in this session, please contact 
aforslund@arts.on.ca by October 7th, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. ET (3:00 p.m. CST).

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