Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition at Nathan Phillips Square

Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibit on this Weekend


Once again, the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition is set to take over Nathan Phillips Square this weekend with hundreds of different artists showcasing their work and their ability to display it on all kinds of makeshift walls and shelves.

The busy show kicks off bright and early Friday morning and runs 10am-8pm that day, 10am-7pm on Saturday and 10am-6pm on Sunday... rain or shine!

Local artists-turned-bloggers taking part are:

Mathew Merrett of The Photomat with his urban decay show. You'll find him in booth #677 in the NW corner of the square.

Sean Galbraith of SMLG.ca also brings out his oversized urban exploration photographs over in booth #11.

And hey, while we're at it, come visit yours truly of blogTO and DoubleCrossed.ca as I exhibit my Circa: An Urban Retrospect series in booth #327 (right on the corner of Queen West and the west entrance to NPS).

If you're participating as well, please take this moment to shamelessly promote yourself in the comments below!

We'll have more blogTO picks from TOAE on Saturday.


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