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Results Announcement

Deadline Date: November 28, 2019
Azrahimi, Anahita, Toronto
De Line, Sebastian, Kingston
Kamgari, Abedar, Hamilton

Juries are generally used to assess grants to individuals at the Ontario Arts Council (OAC). Juries evaluate applications using specific program criteria and decide which applicants should receive grants. In programs that do not have pre-determined grant levels, they also determine the amount of each grant. The number of grants and the amounts are based on the program budget. Jury decisions are authorized by the OAC Director & CEO. 

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:
Total Requested:
Number of Grants Awarded:
Total Recommended:
Aboriginal Experiences, Arts and Culture, Stittsville, $7,500
East End Arts, Toronto, $7,500
Inuit Art Foundation, Toronto, $7,500
John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto, $7,500
RiverBrink Art Museum, Queenston Niagara on the Lake, $7,500
Shannon Anderson and Jay Wilson, Oakville, $9,268
The Bentway Conservancy, Toronto, $7,500
Toronto Performance Art Collective, Toronto, $7,500
Workers Arts and Heritage Centre, Hamilton, $7,500