Members view two fabulous local art collections and learn details about Toronto’s first-ever Biennial
Members tour Toronto's Artscape Daniels Launchpad, Mississauga's Small Arms Inspection Building and view Callum Schuster's latest work
Known for urban interventions using public monuments, Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi was commissioned by Prefix to create Life’s Little Worries of Sir Adam Beck. It debuted in September 2018. PIA was one of its funders.
Artist Kent Monkman engaes his alter-ego Miss Chief Eagle Testickle to disrupt preconceived notions of history and Indigenous people
Nabila Abdel Nabi is curator of Karla Black’s first solo exhibition at The Power Plant which is running in Toronto until December 30. PIA is one of its funders.
Generous attendees experience hula hoops, hip hop and live painting
Director of programming at The Bentway, Altman recently worked on Daan Roosegaarde’s Waterlicht installation (Oct. 12-14) which PIA helped fund.
Russo is director of Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art which commissioned Tatzu Nishi’s public art project Life’s Little Worries of Sir Adam Beck running Sept. 5-30. PIA is one of its funders.
Artist Karen Kraven works in photography, sculpture and installation. Her public sculpture Pins and Needles is currently on display at the Toronto Sculpture Garden until September 15, 2018.
Partners In Art aims to collaborate and educate as it gives money to galleries and museums
Artist Max Dean imagines a new life for Ontario Place's abandoned animatronics at the old Unilever Soap Factory
Forget the usual ‘hands off’ museum directive. At The Riverbed, visitors can pick up rocks, reassemble broken crockery and nail pieces of twine to the walls.
Acclaimed Japanese-American artist contemplative work to provide quiet counterpoint to the AGO's Kusama extravaganza
LandMarks2017/Repères2017 to be a pan-Canadian Signature Project through Canada 150 Fund
Seven diverse projects focus on both Canadian and international contemporary artists
New initiative to digitize the nation’s visual culture and build a resource of Canada art
Donates Proceeds of Award to Toronto Artist Shary Boyle
Snake Ceiling to Appear in Advance of the Ai Weiwei: According to What? Exhibition Planned for the AGO for Summer 2013
Awarded the 2013 MOCCA Award in Contemporary Art
Partners in Art Raises over $120,000 in support of the Power Plant’s Commissioning Program
The Power Plant is thrilled to announce Partners in Art as 2008-2009 Commissioning Partner for its 2008 Commission featuring Scott Lyall and 2009 Commission featuring Candice Breitz