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Canada’s leading contemporary outdoor and online art fair

July 12 – 14, 2024.

Digital Programs

TOAF’s digital programs bring incredible art to the palm of your hands. Discover a diverse range of past participating artists from around the world through Studio Tours and Artist Chats held on Instagram.

Art Tips with Tiffany

With designer and creative director, Tiffany Pratt

Tiffany Pratt joined us on Instagram Live for an exclusive chat about all things art collecting to launch the 62nd Toronto Outdoor Art Fair! Watch the recording for Tiffany’s tips on building a beautiful art collection that speaks to you.

Artist Chats

Exclusively Online artists took over our Instagram Live for casual 15-minute conversations. Discover the diverse stories to be told by each artist and gain insight on their artistic journeys.

Dehors, Martine Dupuis, 2023
They Come in All Shapes and Forms, Jérôme Guilleaume, 2023
Homa, Marjan Kaviani-Arani, 2022
Jide, Raoul Olou, 2023

Martine Dupuis & Jérôme Guilleaume

Digital media artists Martine Dupuis and Jérôme Guilleaume discuss their intricate creative processes in this French-language chat.

Marjan Kaviani-Arani & Raoul Olou

Marjan Kaviani-Arani and Raoul Olou, talk about their interests, inspirations, and unique visions as figurative painters.

The Dance, Laura Kay Keeling, 2022
Surfacing (Rainbow Slick 1), Carolyn Cheng, 2022

Laura Kay Keeling & Carolyn Cheng

Laura Kay Keeling and Carolyn Cheng, both Photography and Digital Media artists, compare their visions of the natural world.

Studio Tours

Meet artists and see where the magic happens! Check out these studio tour videos to discover the creative process behind your new favourite artwork.

Studio Tour with Efemena Ogboru

Welcome to the studio of Efemena Ogboru. Discover her multimedia, painting and textile artistic practice based in Winnipeg.

Studio Tour with Erin Pell

Check out the studio of Saskatoon-based artist Erin Pell. Take a peek into the process behind her gorgeous glass and wood based artworks.

Studio Tour with Mao Projects

Take a playful look into the studio of Ceramics Excellence Award recipients, Mao Projects. The dynamic Calgary-based duo, Mao Chen & Chris Savage, show us the process behind their colourful ceramic works.

Studio Tour with Jinsuk Paik

Jinsuk Paik takes us on a Korean-Language tour of her Toronto-based studio. Learn about the process Jinsuk uses to create mesmerizing paintings with ink and paper. 

Studio Tour with Marilyn B. Armand

Marilyn B. Armand brings us to Bedford, Québec to show us her modern quilts in this French-Language studio tour. Marilyn is the founder of Le point visible, a quilt studio and boutique with the principle of reducing clothing waste using recycled materials.

Exclusively Online Artists

Over 60 artists participated exclusively online in the Fair this year, from across Canada and beyond.

A Moment of Love on the CouchEsther DOË Kim, 2023, Mixed Media on Canvas.

Curated Collections

Guest artists, curators, gallerists and art professionals have put together a collection of artworks from their points of views to inspire you and offer different entries into your art discovery journey. 

KV, Robert Potvin, 2021, Painting.

Community Booths

Each year artist-run centres, artist collectives and non-profit galleries join our Fair to showcase selections of their members, raise awareness of their mandates and connect with new audiences.

Renewal, 7 Works Collective (Mario Cerroni), 2020, Archival pigment ink on cotton rag paper.

Tangled Art + Disability

Tangled Art + Disability is dedicated to connecting professional and emerging artists, the arts community, and a diverse public through creative passion and artistic excellence. TOAF’s commitment to a radical welcome and accessible programming includes a yearly partnership with Tangled Art + Disability artists.

#2 Glazed Ceramic Sculpture, Tangled Art + Disability (Maryam Hafizirad), 2020, Glazed Ceramic.

Funders & Sponsors

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