Toronto Charities for Arts and Culture
This listing features arts and cultural non-profit organizations in the Greater Toronto Area. Including arts groups, galleries, museums, cultural advocacy and other arts and culture related web sites.
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Songs of Love, Hope, and Optimism Toronto Events Calendar: May 25,2013
- Toronto social justice choir Common Thread Community Chorus celebrates late NDP leader Jack Layton’s parting message of love, hope and optimism in its annual fundraiser concert.
FUNNY GIRLS AND DYNAMIC DIVAS ARE BACK 11TH ANNUA Toronto Events Calendar: May 30,2013
- Funny Girls and Dynamic Divas is back for its 11th year. On Thursday May 30 be sure to check out some of Canada’s top comedians and musicians at the Jane Mallet Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front Street East at 6 p.m.
Painting Canada:Tom Thomson & the Group of Seven
November 3, 2012 to January 6, 2013
After a tremendous tour in Europe, Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven is coming to the McMichael, the only Canadian venue for this exhibition.
Off Centre Music 2012 2013 Season
Become a member of Off Centre Music's extended family now and join us for our 18th season of classical music in Toronto at the Glenn Gould Studio. Visit our web site for more information.
Mixed Company Theatre
Mixed Company Theatre (MCT) creates innovative, interactive and socially relevant drama as a tool for positive change.
Black History Month and Kickoff Brunch
The OBHS is the organization in Canada that successfully has initiated the formal celebration of February as Black History Month, at all levels of government, through the OBHS Brunch held annually on the last Sunday of January launching BHM
SKETCH - Volunteer Administrative Assistant
SKETCH exists to foster creativity, self-discovery, and personal empowerment for young people (ages 16-30) who are street involved, homeless and otherwise marginalized, in an atmosphere of safety, freedom and acceptance.
Volunteer at Ashkenaz Festival 2012
We depend on the skills and energy of a diverse and committed group of volunteers. Whether you’re an Ashkenaz die-hard or it’s your first time at the festival, there is a volunteer contribution that you can certainly make!
Modern Batik Art Workshops in greater toronto area
Modern Batik Art technique, Arevolutionary approach that allows you to apply wax and dyes on fabric to create detailed, refined images with enhanced tonality, shading and depth. Great for youth and adults that work with fabric etc
Comedy Festival Volunteers
The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival is looking for fun-loving volunteers to help us make the our annual sketch comedy tournament, Sketch Com-Ageddon, the greatest yet! We are looking for box office and ushering assistance, June 12-16!
Fringe Theatre Festival
We are looking for people to help run the Fringe Theater Festival from July 4th to July 15th. Volunteers are needed to work as ticket sellers, ushers, Fringe Club, Visual Fringe and Volunteer tent attendants. Fun + 1 free show per shift!
Artist-led. Story-driven. Theatre 20 is a musical theatre company based in Toronto.
Canadian Pre-Selection Tour The National Circus
For the first time ever, Montreal’s National Circus School embarks on a pre-selection tour in a cross-Canada quest for talented young people between the ages of 9 and 17. The School will be in Toronto October 31.
Philippine Advocacy Through Arts & Culture (PATAC)
A volunteer organization of Filipino artists and concerned citizens whose mission is to promote, educate, and affect change by engaging people to act as a community and help transform their life and their world using various arts media.
North York Visual Artists
North York Visual Artist Art Association has 60 members, it holds monthly Association Meetings at Edithvale CC, and runs annual studio tours and art shows.
Willowdale Group of Artists
Willowdale Group of Artists holds weekly meetings at NY Seniors Centre and promotes art education and annual art shows
Quarrington Arts Society
The goal of the Quarrington Arts Society is to encourage and promote multidisciplinary artistic endeavours such as literature, film-making, music, visual arts, sculpture and performance art.
COBA presents Diasporic Dimensions
During Black History Month, Toronto's leading black dance company, COBA (Collective of Black Artists), premieres 3 new works and reprises Maa Keeba, its tribute to the late legendary singer Miriam Makeba.
Art City in St. James Town
Art City in St. James Town is committed to providing free, accessible art programs for the children & youth of this community that foster creative thinking and nuture self esteem and personal accomplishment through multidisciplinary arts.
Opera Belcanto of South Simcoe
Opera Belcanto presents several concerts a year, in Simcoe and York regions as well as the GTA, featuring well-known operatic arias, duets, and choruses with orchestra accompaniment under the direction of David Varjabed.
Shakespeare in Action
Shakespeare in Action is a non-profit educational theatre company that seeks to inspire a new generation of students.
Ontario Arts Foundation
The Ontario Arts Foundation, a public, non-government foundation, offers donors an effective vehicle for charitable giving to the arts.
Canadian Opera Company
The Canadian Opera advances the art of opera in Canada, and develops the reputation and role of Canadian opera around the world.
The MusicBox Children’s Charity
The MusicBox Children’s Charity is a non-profit and charitable organization run by students from the University of Toronto. Their mandate is to provide classes, workshops and performances of a musical nature to disadvantaged children.