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Toronto Outdoor Art Fair


I'll make this short for once, because there's not a lot to say beyond this: if you want to check out a year's worth of Queen West shows in one weekend, make your way over to City Hall between Friday and Sunday to see all the art-stars and wannabes on display. I always find the stuff the art students are doing (who tend to be relegated to their own marginal section) to be worth checking out. Here's the PR:

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Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition
July 8, 9, 10, 2005

Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto City Hall
Free Admission * Rain or Shine
Hours: July 8, 10am-8pm; July 9, 10am-7pm; and July 10, 10am-6pm.

Find paintings, drawings, sculptures, fibre works, jewelry, watercolours, metal works, original prints, ceramics, glass, wood works, mixed media works, and photographs by 530 artists and craftspeople!

Preview the artists' work at www.torontooutdoorart.org

Win a $500 Art Shopping Spree! Tickets are $5 each. Buy them at the TOAE office or at the Main Information Booth at Nathan Phillips Square during the show.

For more information: 416.408.2754 or toae@torontooutdoorart.org

img: Scott Waters, Domestic: Cardinal, 2004, oil on wallpaper


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