OPPORTUNITIES

Member Advisory Committee: Call for Expressions of Interest

Workman Arts is seeking members who are interested in adding their voices to the Workman Arts Member Advisory Committee.

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Call for Online Course Proposals 2020/2021

Workman Arts invites instructors to propose accessible and inclusive online courses for our 2020/2021 training year. Instructors will develop and teach workshops and classes for our artist membership, units at CAMH (as part of our Art Cart program in collaboration with Gifts of Light) as well as the greater Toronto Arts community with partner organizations.

Norman and Marsha Paul Family Trust

The Norman & Marsha Paul Family Trust has made a commitment to provide $60,000 in funding over the next three years (2018-2020) to support member artists with costs associated with Workman Arts exhibitions and presentations.

The Paul Family Trust (PFT) assists Workman Arts member artists with production costs associated with Workman Arts exhibitions. To be eligible for this fund, you must have confirmation that your work has been accepted into one of our exhibitions (such as Being Scene or Rendezvous with Madness) and be a current active member.

Art Sales and Rental Participation

The Art Sales and Rental program is undergoing some changes. At this time we are not accepting any applications.

Workman Arts Promotional Artwork Submissions

If you are interested in having your work featured in Workman Arts’ promotional material, please follow the submission guidelines.

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George Hardy Scholarship

George Hardy was a cherished member of Workman Arts from 2008-2016. This scholarship was established in honour of George through the generous contributions from George’s son Trystan Hardy and George’s sister Lynn Hardy.