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Canada’s leading contemporary outdoor and online art fair

TOAF will take place July 12 – 14, 2024.

2024 Meet the Jurors

Julie Moon

Julie Moon is a Toronto-based ceramic artist. Her multidisciplinary practice involves sculpture, vessels and accessories, all which are motivated by material and process.Her work pays homage to the Pattern and Decoration movement of the 70’s and 80’s, the inclusive spirit of various counterculture movement. Julie has received numerous artist grants and has an extensive exhibition history in Canada and the USA.  She is currently an adjust professor at OCADU and at TSA, the Toronto School of Art.

Melanie Trojkovic

Melanie Trojkovic is an active member within the Toronto arts community, and has over fifteen years of experience working in the contemporary and photographic art industry both locally, and internationally. She is the Gallery Director at United Contemporary, a role which allows her to champion the practices of emerging and established artists, and create a platform that supports diverse and marginalised voices. Melanie has a Masters of Art Curatorship from the University of Melbourne, and has previously held positions at the Manifesta Biennial in Amsterdam, The Substation Gallery in Melbourne, and Bau-Xi Gallery in Toronto. Melanie is the co-chair of the curatorial committee for the SNAP Photography Auction in support of the Aids Committee of Toronto. 

Derek Liddington

After obtaining his BFA from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he focused on video and performance, Derek Liddington completed an MFA at Western University in 2007. Liddington has been the recipient of numerous public and foundation grants, including support from the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts as well as being a finalist for the Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts. Liddington currently practices in Toronto, ON.

Noni Kaur

Noni Kaur is an international award-winning multidisciplinary artist and educator. Kaur’s
works are an embodiment of her response to intersectional identity across cultures and
communities. Kaur explores intersectionality through her heritage that results in her bold cellular mapping works stemming from being a Singaporean woman of Punjabi descent in Canada. Kaur is a professor and lives and works in Toronto, Ontario.

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