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Canada’s leading contemporary outdoor and online art fair

July 12 – 14, 2024.

Play, Make, Engage – Day 4 of TOAF62

Be ready to play, make things and engage in fantastic interactives this weekend! 

Myseum of Toronto will test your love for Toronto by bringing their unique interactive installation, 36 Questions That Lead to Loving TO, Toronto Outdoor Art Fair Edition. 

Our friends at Gallery 44 will teach you how to play in the sun with cyanotypes! 

Families and young ones can get busy with yarn and colours to make their own art in Power Kids Workshops by The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery.

And to our Budding Art Buyers, we hope you have been saving your allowances to buy some beautiful pieces specially priced for you so you can get a taste of art collecting! 

Tune in to Instagram Live for a conversation between two exquisite painters, Marjan Kaviani-Arani and Raoul Olou. After, join Jinsuk Paik’s studio to see how Jinsuk creates mesmerizing paintings with ink and paper. 

Today’s Curated Collections are filled with stunning works of art for you by Shelli Cassidy-McIntosh in Permission to Unwind and Devyani Saltzman in Summer Selection.


36 Questions That Lead to Loving TO
Toronto Outdoor Art Fair Edition

By Myseum of Toronto

Answer 36 questions that ignite the spark to fall in love with Toronto – for the first time or all over again. 

Fun in the Sun: Cyanotypes

By Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography

Make your own cyanotype print in just fifteen minutes! You will be arranging a composition, exposing a print in the sun and finishing your print in a water bath. 

Family Fun

Power Kids

By The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery

Create an abstract painting with yarn and watercolours! This beautifully tactile process is inspired by the paintings of Esther DOË Kim, last year’s Power Plant Emerging Artist Award recipient. 

Budding Art Buyers

Calling all art lovers and budding collectors aged 14 and younger! Experience the wonder of collecting a precious work of art. Purchase original artworks for under $20 (cash only). No adults allowed!

Curated Collections

Permission to Unwind
Curated by Shelli Cassidy-McIntosh

Old Growth in a New FieldSarah Fuller, 2017, Archival Inkjet Print.
 SWEET THINGCheryl Rock, 2022, Tyvek and mixed media.

Summer Selection
Curated by Devyani Saltzman

Ivory Sojourn 3Kal Mansur, 2022, Acrylic construction
Kites Asymmetrical EarringsMina Tafazoli, 2023, Mirror effect plexiglass.

What’s On Today

StreetARToronto Walking Mural Tour

at 10:30 AM | In-Person Sign Up & Watch on Instagram Live

Location: The Bickford Centre (777 Bloor St. West)

Join Chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette, co-founder of Red Urban Nation (RUN) artists collective, in exploring a series of Indigenous murals that tell stories of ‘Plants as Medicine.’

HomaMarjan Kaviani-Arani, 2022, Oil on canvas.
In the beginning there was a river, I thought it was going to be about the sea, but it was about the sky”Raoul Olou, 2020, Handmade paper pulp-painting, Hemp, Abaca, Flax(Linen) fibres.

Artist Chat with Marjan Kaviani-Arani & Raoul Olou

at 12:30 PM | Watch on Instagram

Two exquisite painters, Marjan Kaviani-Arani and Raoul Olou, chat about their interests and inspirations and engage with the TOAF community in real-time.

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Four Seasons 096Jinsuk Paik, 2018, Ink and colour on Hanji (Korean traditional paper).

Studio Tour with Jinsuk Paik

at 7:00 PM | Watch on Instagram

Welcome to the studio of Jinsuk Paik. Learn about the process Jinsuk uses to create mesmerizing paintings with ink and paper.

Finding new homes

Sold: Left to Right: Surfacing (Slurry Swirl), Carolyn Cheng, 2022, Archival pigment print; Toronto Skyline, Erin McCluskey, 2023, Acrylic gouache on wood panel.

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