Creatives in Residence

"Rituals For Belonging" exhibition tour & Ritual Sharing with Myung-Sun Kim. Photo courtesy of Sarah Hassanein.

Creatives in Residence work across artistic disciplines throughout the province to develop community-engaged projects for the annual Ontario Culture Days festival in the fall.

Stay tuned – we’ll announce our 2024 lineup of residents to the program very soon!

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Learn About Past Creatives in Residence

Creative in Residence 2023 - Betty Carpick's workshop. Photo courtesy of Marc Doucette.

2023 Cohort:

Inspired by themes of material culture.

Creatives in Residence 2022 -Tanya Lukin Linklater Exhibition. Photo courtesy of Toni Hafkenscheid.

2022 Cohort:

Exploring themes of access (or lack thereof) to resources.

Creatives in Residence 2021 - Hiba Abdallah's installation at the Eatonville library. Photo courtesy of the artist.

2021 Cohort:

Linked by a shared sense of resilience and resourcefulness in times of precarity.

Creatives in Residence 2020- Kanika Gupta. Food to Palette. Photo courtesy of artist.

2020 Cohort:

Connecting with audiences and ensuring that arts & culture could be enjoyed by everyone.

These programs would not be possible without the support of the Government of Canada, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of Ontario, the Ontario Arts Council, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund and the Toronto Arts Council.The Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund is a program of the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, administered by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund Corporation.