Are you interested in participating in a community bonfire, various art interventions, roaming mobile projects, potluck dinners in alleyways, storefront installations, artist talks, walks…and some surprises in the mix? Curious about what’s happening in the East end of Toronto? Live or work in the Danforth area?
The ART OF THE DANFORTH festival is taking place May 2-11 this year, and we need your help!
Hello Community Partner,
George Brown College has just received funding from Youth Skills Connection Grant to offer two new programs for Youth aged 18 to 29 and we are hoping that you might be
able to help us fill the seats. Could you please forward this to your
network in the community?
The 2 new FREE programs at George Brown College will be offering:
· Employment Skills for Metal Worker
· Employment Skills for Commercial Baking
The curatorial team of Off the Wall is accepting applications from dancers, musicians, actors and visual artists with a strong interest in cross-disciplinary collaboration. Professional experience in more than one discipline is an asset.
Participating artists will receive $350 for the research and development session on June 30th and $300 for the presentation of their work on July 1st at the Living Arts Centre.
Apply for this job if you’re a student who just finished one year of school and preparing for another year (this is a requirement of the funding for this position). You most likely are studying child and youth work, community work, social work or a related field. You love community mobilization and facilitating groups.
The Peer Project | Youth Assisting Youth, a United Way member agency, is a non-profit charitable organization that provides mentoring and tutoring services for newcomer and at risk youth 6 - 15 years old. We need volunteers (especially guys) 16 - 29 years old, who are willing to spend their time supporting these youth and to help them become more resilient.
Sunday April 13th - Lula Lounge 1585 Dundas West @ 6 pm
This community gathering will celebrate our diverse culture as Latin Americans and will feature:
Axé Capoeira Toronto - Afro-Brazilian Martial Arts
Mery Perez- Nicaraguan Singer
Nhapitapi- Zimbabwean Music Group
Aztec Groupofdance InToronto- Aztec Dance Group
Young Jibwe- Indigenous Hip Hop Artist
DJ El Machetero
& DJ No Capitalista