SpeakEasy Toronto celebrates 17 years with a
fabulous Fall Art Fair featuring 26 local artists.
TORONTO, ON - Oct 31-Nov 10, 2013, Toronoto's SpeakEasy events will once again produce a group exhibition entitled SpeakEasy's Fall Art Fair, which will take place in November 2013.
Open to established and emerging artists from all disciplines, the SpeakEasy Fall Art Fair will feature original works from 26 carefully juried, independent contemporary artists. Coming from a variety of creative backgrounds these artists will converge at Toronto’s renowned AWOL Gallery and offer a glimpse into Canada’s future Art Stars. From seasoned collectors to first time art buyers, gallerists to designers, visitors will find this art fair a unique opportunity to meet and purchase work directly from local artists.
The SpeakEasy Art Fairs seek to achieve the following goals:
Explore and identify local emerging talent
Foster dialogue and exchange between local creative types
Support and promote original and fresh ideas
SpeakEasy was established in 1996 and has made a dramatic impact on the local creative community. For the past 17 years SpeakEasy has produced events designed to bring creative types together to share ideas and inspiration. They have experienced increasing interest year after year and continued to introduce emerging artists into the Toronto art scene.
SpeakEasy's 2013 Fall Art Fair
Show Date: Oct 31-Nov 10, 2013
Gallery Hours: Thursday-Saturday 12-6pm, Sunday, 1-5pm
Opening Reception: Friday Nov 1, 2013 7-10pm
Location: AWOL Gallery, 78 Ossington Avenue, Toronto
Melissa Armstrong, Susan Avishai, Diana Braun-Woodbury, David Brown
David Harcombe, Marina Hanacek, Audrey Hudson, Lumir Hladik, Stew Jones
Tanya Klochkov, Kal Mansur, Gavin MacDougall, Kathy McBride, Cate McGuire
Meghan Monaghan, Nancy Oakes, Komi Olaf, Bill Philipovich, Leena Raudvee
Karen Taylor, Sue Todd, Jen Tsuchida, Marjolyn van der Hart, Holly Wheatcroft
Benjamin Wieler, Micheal Zarowsky
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