Flash Forward Incubator 2015

The Flash Forward Incubator Program is dedicated to supporting emerging artists within the high-school setting. While proposing a new and exciting model for arts education and arts funding, the Incubator Program prepares students for their transition out of high school and into the next phases of their artistic careers.

All student work is submitted to win a scholarship prize to help them financially to further continue to develop their artistic practice and to support their goals of a career in the arts. And all Incubator participants get the Flash Forward 2014 publication and their work is published in the 2015 Incubator Program catalogue.

The Magenta Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of TD Bank Group for their ongoing commitment to Flash Forward and to emerging artists.

TD Bank Group
Nature vs. Nurture by Piper Penman (Etobicoke School of the Arts) Nature vs. Nurture by Piper Penman (Etobicoke School of the Arts)
See the photos from the Flash Forward Incubator 2015 events

July 6, 2016–July 30, 2015

The exhibition is now over. Thanks for joining us and supporting our young artists.

See the event photos →


Exhibition Closing
5:00–10:00 pm

Silent Auction
8:00–9:00 pm

Twist Gallery
1100 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON

We would like to extend a special thank you to our program leaders and our team of instructors and educators for their effort in making Flash Forward Incubator a continuing success.

Program Leaders
Jenny McCowan
Danielle Bleackley


Rosedale Heights School of the Arts
Matt Killen, Richard Haughton, Jill Ingram, Frankie Kouwenhoven

Etobicoke School of the Arts
Glenn Novak, Matthew Varey

Newtonbrook Secondary School
Karen Jendruska, Soula St. Jean, Al Weinburg

About Flash Forward Incubator

The Flash Forward Incubator Program is dedicated to fostering future practitioners in Canada coast to coast by giving youth from diverse backgrounds the mentorship they need to create their work and a platform to amplify their voices through exhibitions and publications.

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