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Art Fair Season Begins

April 20, 2022

Art Fair Season Begins

Starting this week and running all summer and right through until October, these six Art Fairs, highlighted below, are sure to appeal. Whether you are an avid collector, a seasoned art enthusiast or just want to learn more about the art world, each has their own unique experiences.

Each fair offers a wonderful cornucopia of painting, photography, mixed media, sculpture and other artworks connecting you with local Canadian-based artists and designers.

Akasha Art Editions is excited to experience these fantastic upcoming Toronto-based art fair's and we are looking forward to seeing some great art and meeting the wonderful talent behind the works.

Artist Project

Artist Project returns to Toronto, bringing together 200+ Canadian independent artists showcasing their work under one roof. Hosted at the Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place, the annual art fair invites visitors to meet artists, learn the stories behind their artworks, and support the next generation of culture in Canada by buying directly from the artists at the show.

Attracting curators, gallerists, designers, seasoned collectors and first-time art buyers, Artist Project creates a shoppable gallery-style experience that invites the public to discover up-and-coming talent. The event programming will include interactive installations, an Emerging Artist Competition and an Untapped People's Choice Award you can vote for at the fair.

April 21-24, 2022

Riverdale Art Walks
One of Toronto’s premier art exhibitions, Riverdale ArtWalk is a great place to connect with artists and buy that perfect piece for your home! Riverdale ArtWalk 2022 runs in June in-person for 2 days and online for 1 week. These fine art exhibitions showcases 100 established and emerging artists.

The festival traditionally hosts over 180 participating artists with the inclusion of local community groups and entertainment in Jimmie Simpson Park in Toronto’s flourishing Queen East arts district. Now in its 25th year in the Riverdale/Leslieville area of Toronto, the festival has grown to reach an audience of over 25,000 art enthusiasts and supporters with an international reach Online.

June 18-19, 2022

Toronto Outdoor Art Fair
The long awaited return to the in-person event at Nathan Phillips Square on July 15 - 17, 2022. This fair will be accompanied by the quickly growing online fair on TOAF.ca from July 8 - 17, 2022. Save the date in your calendars and stay tuned for the artist roster and programming announcements.

A dynamic group of seasoned and emerging artists, collectors and curators have put together a collection of their inspirations to bring new perspectives to art lovers. Enjoy browsing these collections and hope they inspire you to find works of art for your surroundings.

July 15-17, 2022

Queen West Art Crawl

The Queen West Art Crawl (QWAC) is a charitable corporation that drives a number of initiatives publicly benefiting artists and residents of Toronto through art, music, and multiculturalism, including a two-day multidisciplinary arts festival stretching along Queen Street West from Bathurst to Roncesvalles in Trinity Bellwoods Park in September of each year. With attendance at 65-85k, the Queen West Art Crawl has developed over the years into an inclusive arts and multicultural festival, while staying centered around its annual outdoor art exhibition.

Queen West Art Crawl creates an open, public space for arts and culture in a busy downtown neighbourhood. Our festival includes a 2SLGBT+ friendly Kids' Zone and a Main Stage with Music and Drag that is 50%+ BIPOC. To ensure that underserved populations are strongly represented in our art exhibit, we partner with groups, including Workman Arts and the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, donating spaces for artists with lived mental health experiences and local Indigenous populations, that are recommended to us through their own communities.

September 24-25, 2022

Toronto International Art Fair
Art Toronto 2021 marked Canada’s shining return to presenting in-person art fairs, welcoming back 10,000 collectors, gallerists, artists and art enthusiasts. Canada’s art fair continued to reinforce its position as the leading voice of the arts market in Canada hosting over 60 galleries at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, complemented by virtual exhibition and an array of online programming. 

October 27-30,2022