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Canada’s leading contemporary outdoor and online art fair

July 12 – 14, 2024.

Artists From Across Canada

Unique Québec, Northwest Territories, and Exclusively-Online

Dear Friend of TOAF,

We are still buzzing about the TOAF63 artist roster. It is an exceptional representation of local, national, and even international talent—from every province and regions including Swaziland, Colombia, and Hong Kong. 

Over 60 national and international artists will join us Exclusively Online. Their works will be available for collecting starting July 12 at 12:00 am. Thanks to our exciting national partnerships and our in-demand Travel Bursary, you will also have a unique chance to connect with artists from different parts of the country in person at Nathan Phillips Square. 

New this year, six Northwest Territories artists will join the Fair in person as part of a partnership between the Government of Northwest Territories and TOAF. The partnership was created after the success of Northwest Territories artist Darrell Chocolate, recipient of the inaugural travel bursary at TOAF62, which inspired the government to showcase the region’s talent to the Fair’s audiences. We’re excited to welcome Chocolate back to TOAF along with his peers from the region! 

The well-received Unique Québec in partnership with Bureau du Québec á Toronto will return to Nathan Phillips Square again this year – highlighting the artists of Québec province. Stop by their booths to say bonjour and collect some great art from Québec.

We are thrilled to introduce new artists to our community and be part of your journey of discovery and new connections. 

With excitement, 
Executive & Creative Director

Welcome Northwest Territories Artists 

Left to right: Flight at Sunset, Jennifer Walden, 2024, Acrylic on Linen,Cree Syllabics – Nimâmâ, Nitânis, Jessi Johnson, 2024, Jewellery.

A unique experience with Unique Québec 

Left to right: A cross, Jérôme Guilleaume, 2021, Print on Fine art paper; 
Regard Sanglant, Joel Lukombo, 2021, Stylo a bille et acrylique sur toile.

National Focus 

Left to right: Puddluv Shine, Adriele Au, 2023, paper streamers, wood, mixed media; Grouse Three, Rebekah Miller, 2023, Graphite on paper.

International Artists at TOAF

Left to right: Blossom Basket, Richard Freemantle, 2021, Sisal and Grass; All tied up in pink, Chelsea Amato, 2024, 2D Works.

Exclusively Online Artists

Left to right: Queen of Love, Roya Mansoorvar, 2024, Ceramic;  Pink Summer, Tania Costa, 2023, Oil on Canvas. 

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