The exhibit, also sponsored by the Ontario Arts Council, was part of the CONTACT Photography Festival, the largest of its kind, which took place at various locations in Toronto throughout the month of May.
What does OAC stand for?
OAC stands for Ontario Arts Council (Canada)
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- Olympic Athletic Club (Seattle, Washington)
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- On A Call
- On Approved Credit
- One Arm Chin-Up
- Online Archive of California (California Digital Library)
- Ontario Academic Credit
- Ontario Academic Credits
- Ontario Aerospace Council
- Ontario Agricultural College
- Ontario Autism Coalition (Ontario, Canada)
- Open Access College (various locations)
- Open Agility Certificate (Dog Agility Title)
- Open Air Campaigners (ministry)
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- Operational Affairs Committee (Universal Postal Union)
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She received an Ontario Arts Council Grant from the 'Word of Mouth' program to create her debut performance poetry album Hadeel.
Their government funding organizations--the Ontario Arts Council, the Ontario Media Development Corporation and the Trillium Foundation--get good marks as institutions with people who get it and provide real help.
Berton (who died in November, 2004) and in 2005 he received a $30,000 grant from the Ontario Arts Council and began shooting more interviews and doing research at such institutions as the Anglican national church archives in Toronto and the Glenbow Museum in Calgary, which holds his grandfather's films.
She sat on the boards of a number of organizations including TV Ontario, the Ontario Arts Council and the Canadian Council of the Arts.
Thanks to all the Take One contributors over the past 13 years, and especially the government agencies and art councils that have made our very existence possible--The Canada Council, the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Magazine Fund, Canada Post, the NFB, OMDC and Telefilm Canada.
Chris Wind has received several Ontario Arts Council grants for her writing and has been published in magazines and journals mostly in Canada.
In 1997 she won the Warner Aspect First Novel Contest for Brown Girl in the Ring (Warner Books, 1998) and is a recipient of an Ontario Arts Council Foundation award for emerging writers; the Locus Award, First Novel Category; and the John W.