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Capture Photography Festival

Apr 1, 2017 - Apr 28, 2017

Power Plant 2017 Winter Exhibitions

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto
Jan 28, 2017 - May 14, 2017

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is Canada’s leading non-collecting, public art gallery dedicated exclusively to contemporary visual art from Canada and the world. As a vital forum for the advanced artistic culture of our time, the gallery offers an exceptional facility and professional support to a diverse group of living artists – while engaging equally diverse audiences in their work.

AGO Next

Art Gallery of Ontario

AGO Next is a dynamic membership program for art lovers under 40 at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Hnatyshyn TD Emerging Curator Project

The Hnatyshyn Foundation

The Hnatyshyn Foundation and TD Bank Group have partnered to present a new award which will support an emerging curator who has the determination and talent to contribute to the legacy of art in Canada.

TD North South Artist Exchange Program


In 2011, TD initiated an artist exchange program that invites artist from southern Canada to live and work in the Arctic for a 3-week period and artists from Canada's Arctic to travel to The South for a similar residency. Past artists have included Ed Pien, Graeme Patterson, Tim Pitsiulak, and Jutai Toonoo.

Flash Forward


Flash Forward is one of the most prestigious juried international emerging photography competitions in the world.

Vancouver Art Gallery – TD Next


TD Next is a sponsorship program in support of artist projects from the Pacific Rim.

Art Gallery of Victoria annual Paint-In Festival


The TD Art Gallery Paint-In is the Art Gallery of Victoria's most ambitious educational outreach initiative and fund-raiser in support of their educational programs.

Creative Kids at the Sudbury Art Gallery


Creative Kids is a children's art program organized by the Sudbury Art Gallery.

Magenta Foundation


The Magenta Foundation is Canada’s pioneering non-profit, charitable arts publishing house.

TD Curator of Education Fellowship

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery

The TD Curator of Education Fellowship is an innovative program that allows a recent graduate or emerging curator to gain tangible working experience in a professional environment, with full access to the inner workings of the programming and education department of a major Canadian public gallery

The Polygon Gallery


The Polygon Gallery organizes national and international exhibitions, produces award-winning publications, and offers engaging public events and art education programs.

Kenojuak Cultural Centre


TD Bank Group is proud to be one of the first corporate supporters of the Kenojuak Cultural Centre and Print Shop in Cape Dorset, Nunavut. Now under construction and slated to open in 2018, the Centre will protect and enhance an important Canadian community, long regarded as the Canadian Inuit art capital.

TD Tuesdays – Arsenal, Montréal

Arsenal Contemporary Art, Montreal

In October 2015, Arsenal Contemporary Art – a private exhibition center – launched the TD Cultural Tuesdays; a program of weekly cultural activities related to the center's exhibitions.

Institute of Asian Art at the Vancouver Art Gallery


TD is proud to be the Founding Corporate Visionary Partner for the Institute of Asian Art at the Vancouver Art Gallery. The IAA was launched in 2014 to reflect Vancouver’s strong cultural links to China, Japan, Korea and India.

Toronto Biennial of Art


La biennale de 2018 rassemblera les gens autour des arts pour élargir la compréhension du rôle du Canada dans le monde. L’événement cherche à créer un carrefour à Toronto pour les artistes en arts visuels et des publics canadiens et de diverses cultures.


Did you know?

Before the 1960s, TD had only 30 landscape paintings, mainly in executive offices

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