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Canada’s leading contemporary outdoor and online art fair

July 12 – 14, 2024.

soon 2Sylvia Jacobs, 2024, Mixed Media, photography, collage, weaving.

Join the festivities online with digital programs 

Get to know Exclusively Online Artists

Dear Friend of TOAF,

You can collect the works of TOAF artists from anywhere in the world! TOAF Online Fair launches on July 12, 2024, and works will be available for sale at 12:00 AM. 

Since launching the online platform, ‘activating the sales button’ has become a favourite behind-the-scenes moment for the team. Sometimes, close to 100 works of art fly out of the platform within ten minutes of opening, and we see them (virtually) going to exciting locations. It is fun and gratifying to watch. 

Remember that over sixty artists from across Canada are joining us Exclusively Online. Offer them your curiosity and attention, and feel free to reach out to them with a note if you like their work just as you do when you visit the Fair in person. 

Our digital programming provides different entry points for getting to know the artists and building a connection with them online. For engaging discussions and insider perspectives, join live artist chats on Instagram. The Studio Tours will give you an intimate glimpse into artists’ creative process. If you are a new collector, the best way to start your discovery journey is through Curated Collections by guest artists and curators. Check out today’s insightful collections of everyday moments and objects by our partners at C Magazine in Everyday Vibrations and Studio Magazine’s DEFINITION

We are sure you will find artists who inspire and captivate you in this dynamic digital hub, which is TOAF Online Fair. 

Executive & Creative Director

Start Exploring the Online Fair

Available for purchase July 12 at 12:01 AM

Left to right: Tourmaline, Nancy Byrtus, 2023, pacrylic on Ampersand board;  Fall-Bringer, Erika Takacs, 2023, paper pulp. 

Artist Chats

Hear straight from artists!

Left to right: I Don’t Do FacetimeJanice Moorhead, 2024, Acyrlic; She SeesLisa Pijuan-Nomura, 2022, Vintage Ephemera. 

TOAF artists are taking over Instagram Live for casual 15-minute conversations throughout the next month. Discover the diverse stories to be told by each artist and gain insight on their artistic journeys!

The dynamic artists participating in this year’s Artist Chats include: Jasmine Vanstone & Ghazaleh Rastgar; Janice Moorhead & Lisa Pijuan-Nomura; Cedar Eve & Valentina Lozano Leon; Morgan Booth & Tania Costa.

Studio Visits 

A glimpse into an artist’s practice 

Left to right: Heat Map I, Carolyn Cheng, 2023, Archival Pigment Print. Grouse Three, Rebekah Miller, 2023, Graphite on paper.

Meet TOAF63 artists and see where the magic happens! Studio tours allow us to discover the creative process behind the artwork. Follow TOAF on Instagram to tune in!

An interdisciplinary range of artists are participating in this year’s Studio Visits, including: Cherry Archer; Rebekah Miller; Marilyn Armand; and Carolyn Cheng.

Canada’s top Visual Arts Magazines at TOAF

Coming to you at Nathan Phillips Square 

An exciting selection of Canadian art publications, including C MagazineEsseEspaceStudio Magazine, and Photo Ed Magazine, are represented in this year’s Toronto Outdoor Art Fair—find them at the magazine booth (Booth 276-277)!

Funders & Sponsors

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