Client Events Across Ontario April 10-24

OCAF client events are bursting forth like flowers in bloom!
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 Luminato Announces 2014 Festival programming


The Luminato Festival embraces all fields of creativity and encourages cross disciplinary collaboration and creation among leading artists and inspired thinkers of all kinds to transform Toronto, create a culture that is accessible to all people and impact Canadian and global arts. Now in its 7th year, programming has just been announced for this year’s Festival and promises more culture and creativity than ever before. Click here to be taken to the Festival Hub for a look at all things Luminato!


No need to Knock –  Doors Open Ontario!

From May to October 2014, communities open the doors to some of Ontario’s most intriguing and charming heritage sites. Admission is free! And the Ontario Heritage Trust invites you to experience these treasures first-hand. New communities for 2014 are Essex County, North Wellington, West Nipissing, West Elgin, Saugeen Shores, Elliot Lake, Kirkland Lake and Fort Frances, as well as in returning communities of Peterborough, Sault Ste Marie, North Bay and Scugog. Visit to find a door open near you.

Click here to read “Bringing the City Alive”, a Leger survey done on behalf of Toronto Arts Foundation that found that a majority (70%) of GTA residents regularly participate in the arts by attending events, volunteering, or donating.
Robert Lepage receives the Tenth Glenn Gould Prize at Rideau Hall

Robert Lepage (centre) receives the Tenth Glenn Gould Prize from His Excellency David Johnston, Governor General of Canada (right) alongside Brian Levine (left) Executive Director of The Glenn Gould Foundation at a gala ceremony on March 31, 2014, Rideau Hall, Ottawa. Visit for more news to come!

OLA’s Festival of Trees – Culmination of the Forest of Reading

The OLA’s Forest of Reading and the Festival of Trees occupy major places of prominence in Canada’s literary landscape. The Festival of Trees™ culminates in a 2-day awards celebration for the school-aged programs.  The Festival is Canada’s largest literary event for young readers and is continuing to grow. More than 8,000 people attend this event, which is co-presented by IFOA, at Harbourfront Centre. In addition to the award presentations featuring the nominated authors/illustrators, the days are packed with fun and engaging activities, including workshops put on by the authors/illustrators themselves