April 4, 2017
Aumont, Sylvain, Vancouver (British Columbia)
Fie Guihede, Olympe, Ottawa
Gilbert, Barbara, Toronto
Roy, Joëlle, Tiny
Advisory panels are used to provide advice and help set priorities in many granting competitions at the Ontario Arts Council (OAC). Advisory panels do not make grant decisions. Officers make final grant recommendations to the OAC Director & CEO and the OAC board based on advisors' comments, OAC priorities, the program budget and the number of applications to the program. In Years 2 and 3 of a multi-year cycle, requests are reviewed by the officer and not an advisory panel.
To safeguard the integrity of the peer assessment process, we do not allow anyone who has a direct conflict of interest with an application to serve on an assessment panel where that application is to be reviewed. Indirect conflicts of interest are managed by a standard OAC procedure.
Number of Applications:
Number of Grants Awarded:
Multi-Year Operating – Year 1
Carrefour francophone de Sudbury, Sudbury, $35,306
Centre culturel Frontenac, Kingston, $25,319
Conseil des Arts de Hearst, Hearst, $44,600
La Nouvelle Scène Gilles Desjardins, Ottawa, $108,216
Salon du livre de Toronto, Toronto, $23,229
Salon du livre du Grand Sudbury, Sudbury, $47,343
Afrique Nouvelle Musique, Toronto, $15,095
Concerts La Nuit sur l'étang, Sudbury, $27,223
Festival Kompa Zouk Ontario, Toronto, $16,381
Mouvement d'implication francophone d'Orléans, Orleans, $15,000
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