The TFVA provides seed funding for projects that will make a significant contribution to the visual arts community in Toronto. The TFVA seeks to encourage excellence and creativity in a broad range of visual art endeavours by supporting projects.
This will assist the ambitious renovation of the fourth floor space at 401 Richmond St. with a newly built Media-Arts Research and Exhibition Common.
An exhibition curated by Sarah Robayo Sheridan at the Art Museum UofT.
Lili Huston-Herterich and Erin Alexa Freedman
An exhibition by Zun Lee of polaroid photos of black fathers.
The Art Canada Institute's award enabled the ACI to create and publish online the art book, Joyce Weiland: Life and Workby Dr.Joyce Sloane
Kate Addleman-Frankel was the curator of the featured exhibition of the 2015 ScotiaBank Contact photography Festival Bright Lights Dark City which explains the history of the Niagara Custom Lab, the last lab that processes celluloid film for artists.
Art Metropole’s TFVA award has enabled them to award student internships. www.artmetropole.com
SITEMEDIA INC for the film Spring & Arnaud
KOFFLER CENTRE FOR THE ARTS Support for "Summer Special" exhibition at Honest Ed's
60 PAINTERS Collective - Support for exhibition held in June 2012
WORKMAN ARTS Support for live catwalk show catalogue held at AGO 2012
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ART CENTRE (UTAC) Exhibition support for SUZY LAKE "POLITICAL POETICS"
TASMAN RICHARDSON "NECROPOLIS" a multi-media video installation at MOCCA.
OPEN STUDIO FOR 'PRINTOPOLIS' : International Symposium on Printmaking.
Barbara Fischer, curator, for exhibition of Mark Lewis’s Venice Biennale video Cold Morning in the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery.
"Remains To Be Seen" curator RHONDA CORVESE International Institute for Genocide & Human Rights
TFVA 10TH ANNIVERSARY SCHOLARSHIPS
York University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Ryerson University, School of Image Arts,
OCAD, Faculty of Design, & U. of T. School of Architecture, Landscape & Design.
ART GALLERY OF YORK UNIVERSITY published a catalogue accompanying the exhibition "Dr. Strangelove Dr. Strangelove" by KRISTAN HORTON.
MAX DEAN with RAFFAELLO D’ANDREA “ROBOTIC CHAIR”
CENTRE FOR CANADIAN CONTEMPORARY ART -- web site
Support for a catalogue that accompanied an exhibition of artists' works represented by pioneering dealer Avrom Isaacs.
GALLERY 44 & YYZ BOOKS publication support for "Image & Inscription: An Anthology of Contemporary Canadian Photography"
TORONTO ALTERNATIVE ART FAIR INTERNATIONAL Discussion panel support
REEL ARTISTS Canadian Art Foundation Film Festival
Discussion panel support
CONTACT PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL, now known as Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival.
Janet Cardiff & Georges Bures-Miller : Venice Biennale presentation ”Paradise Institute”