Client Events Across Ontario, Crowdfunding, Film Opportunities and More! March 20 – April 3 2014

It’s been a long winter and spring is finally here (we hope!)  along with upcoming events with OCAF clients! Our social media marketing tips continue to be popular, as well as our client case studies (up next, 4th Line Theatre!)  so look for those as well. Follow us on Twitter or find us on Facebook to stay absolutely up to date!


Congratulations Theatre Centre!

After 34 years of existence in more than 10 different locations, the Theatre Centre will finally move to a permanent home in January 2014 in the heart of Toronto’s dynamic West Queen West neighbourhood. It will occupy the renovated historic Carnegie library building at 1115 Queen Street West, which has been renovated into a new, fully-equipped, multi-space and multidisciplinary performing arts facility. The opening of their permanent home presents a unique opportunity for The Theatre Centre to present an exciting six-month program of new local, national and international performance work, as well as free activities. Click here to read an interview with artistic director Franco Boni.


The Gardiner Museum Turns 30

The Gardiner inspires and connects people, art and ideas through clay, one of the world’s oldest art forms. Year-round the Museum mounts special exhibitions, events, lectures and clay classes to complement its permanent collection. To celebrate their 30th birthday, the museum will offer a year of special programming including “Camp Fires: Léopold Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette”, “West Coast Points East: Ron Thom and the Allied Arts”, and “Thirty Objects, Thirty Insights”. In addition the Gardiner Museum will have special events and ancillary programming throughout the year to celebrate the Anniversary including a 30th Anniversary Lecture series, Book Launch, 30th Anniversary Celebration Weekend and Family Days.  Visit   Visit for more information.


A new way to fund independent arts and culture nationwide!
FWYC is run by the Toronto Fringe, which is a non-profit arts organization
that provides creative opportunities for artists and their supporters.
“We see ourselves as facilitators and enablers of independent art. FWYC is an extension of what we do, because funding is one of the building blocks of any creative endeavour. Our mission is to see great projects come to life.”
Anyone who has an indie arts project can create a campaign and anyone with access to a
computer can back it! You do not have to be in the Fringe Festival, or be in Toronto, or be
especially pretty to use the site. If you have a project in mind, please use this site to make it a
Calling all East/South/Southeast Asian filmmakers!
Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival wants your work – submission fees waived until April
Coming soon at tiff cinematique…..
In recognition of current Glenn Gould Prize Laureate Robert Lepage, TIFF and The Glenn Gould
Foundation are pleased to present this retrospective of the celebrated Québécois stage and film
director’s cinematic oeuvre.Lepage will be in attendance for five of the series’ eventsclick
here for the full schedule.