2018 Public Space Incubator recipientes FREE ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION

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2018 Public Space Incubator recipientes



Support to re-imagine Toronto’s public spaces
With increasing densities and challenges in creating new public spaces, we need to creatively make the most of every space in our city. Toronto is seeing a growing interest in innovative ways to inhabit and enliven our public spaces and find new ones.
We’re looking for people who have bold, creative, and radical ideas for Toronto’s parks, plazas, schoolyards, laneways, streets, and other publicly-accessible open spaces.
We want to encourage and support the next generation of creative public space projects. By providing access to funding and professional networks, this second round of our Public Space Incubator will support tangible pilots that test new, innovative ways to bring under-used public spaces to life.
With a focus on innovation, partnerships, programming, and scalability, Public Space Incubator will provide five projects with up to $50,000 in funding per project. And, as an incubator, will support successful applicants in implementing projects by connecting them with a network of professionals. Take a look at the five winning projects from last year for some inspiration.
Public Space Incubator is a program of Park People and is generously funded by Ken and Eti Greenberg and Balsam Foundation.



Stage one: Letter of Intent (DUE: MARCH 22, 2019)

Stage two: Full application (DUE: MAY 10, 2018)



Minimum and maximum amount that can be awarded:
Minimum: $15,000
Maximum: $50,000
More about projects that align with program principles and eligibility requirements:
Winners of the first round of the Public Space Incubator
With our Public Space Incubator, we invite you to surprise us
Ideas to spark your imagination for Public Space Incubator






Ken Greenberg, Greenberg Consultants
Eti Greenberg, Greenberg Consultants
Jake Tobin Garrett, Policy and Planning Manager, Park People
Erika Hennebury, Strategic Programs Manager, Toronto Arts Council
Joe Lobko, Partner, DTAH
Ann-Marie Nasr, Director Parks Development and Capital Projects, City of Toronto, Parks, Forestry and Recreation.
Adam Nicklin, principal and co-founder, PUBLIC WORK
Sevaun Palvetzian, CEO, CivicAction
Alex Dow, Director of Neighbourhood Initiatives, United Way Greater Toronto
Nawal Ateeq, Chair, Flemingdon Community Services










For more information about this competition, please contact us.