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Doing It Outdoors

Billed as the largest outdoor art exhibition in North America, this weekend's free exhibit at Nathan Phillips Square is sure to be packed with both novice and professional art collectors finding out what this city has to offer. The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition (or TOAE) showcases an impressive variety of media and design by local artists. Those exhibiting may be students or established pros, sculptors, photographers or silversmiths, either way, it's an excellent chance to see so much in one place and meet the artists themselves. Rarely is there such an opportunity to find original artwork at the prices offered. It's absolutely worth a look. Starts at 10am Friday, Saturday and Sunday and runs until the early evening.

(image: Julie Dix)


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