Call for Submissions
Canada 150 Student Fund @UofT
The Vice-President and Provost has created a Canada 150 Student Fund @UofT to support student initiatives tied to the theme of Canada’s 150th birthday. The format of the activity or event is up to you. It could be a visual display, a virtual panel discussion, a guest speaker, a YouTube video, etc. 16 student initiatives will be awarded $1,000 each, and featured on U of T’s Canada 150 page.
- Deadline for application: Oct. 1, 2016 (8 applicants to be selected)
How to send:
To apply, please submit a completed application form (Word document) to firstname.lastname@example.org by one of the above deadlines. For more information, including eligibility requirements and general guidelines, please click here (PDF).
Hart House Camera Club Photo Contest
The Hart House Camera Club seeks photos for it’s 2016-17 promotional campaign, to be used on postcards and banners and the club website. Photos can be of any subject or genre and created by any photographic equipment or technique. The only requirement is that each submission is landscape orientation with an aspect ratio that will work in a 4:3 environment.
The contest open to U of T students and Hart House members only and each person can submit up to a maximum of five images. Three winning images will be chosen and a small prize awarded for each.
Deadline: Fri., Sept. 30, 2016, 5 pm
For more information please go to this page
Good Ideas Fund (GIF)
Your good ideas help enhance student life. Tell us about your plan to hold a film screening, conference, exhibit, performance, or other activity and you could be awarded up to $1000 towards making it happen. Or apply for $500 in support for student-initiated experiential learning opportunities. The Good Ideas Fund is open to University of Toronto students.
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Talking Walls is a well-travelled space that provides an opportunity for groups and individuals to exhibit socially conscious, thought-provoking art works or documentary images. The exhibition space is open to students, community groups, members of the university community and the public who are interested communicating ideas, asking questions, and creating dialogue around contemporary issues through their work. Talking Walls seeks to build understanding and awareness by giving voice to challenging and engaged works.