The second festival ran from June 27-July 12, 2014 and had work in 4 galleries, 5 urban talks, 5 workshops, and 6 walks. We also had more collaborations (A Nerd’s World, City of Toronto Archives, Disposable Camera Project, Humans of Toronto, Ryerson Imaging Centre, Toronto Green Community), new projects (TUPF Big Couch, Friends with Strangers), and community engagement events (Creative Works Studio). Our call for works had over 60 submissions from all over the world including Brazil, UK, Korea, United States, Hong Kong, Italy, and Canada. For 2014, there were 6 sponsors (BlogTO, Colourgenics, Steam Whistle Breweries, Nuvango, Lowepro/Joby, and Vistek,). In 2014, the Toronto Urban Photography Festival became a federally registered not-for-profit corporation.