Buy tickets now and join Canadian Art at the Artist Project, March 1 to 4!
POSTED: FEBRUARY 23, 2012
The Artist Project
Canadian Art, Booth #243 (adjacent to Art Chat area)
March 1 to 4, 2012
Queen Elizabeth Building, 180 Princes’ Boulevard, Exhibition Place, Toronto
Thursday, March 1, 7–10pm – Opening Night Preview Party (19+ event)
Friday, March 2, 12–9pm
Saturday, March 3, 11am–9pm
Sunday, March 4, 11am–6pm
The Artist Project is a meeting ground for artists, collectors, and art enthusiasts. Now in its fifth year, the Artist Project brings together over 200 carefully juried, independent contemporary artists over four days, all at one spectacular venue: the Queen Elizabeth Building at Toronto’s Exhibition Place. Meet and purchase artwork from juried contemporary artists featured in the fair and enjoy an eclectic program of talks, special features and art installations. Whether you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned collector, this four-day fair is a rare opportunity to meet and purchase directly from independent artists.
Buy tickets now to the Artist Project Opening Night Preview Party on Thursday, March 1, 7 to 10pm, and be the first to check out the fair and meet many of the city’s best emerging and established contemporary artists. The Opening Night Preview Party is held in support of the Canadian Art Foundation and is a 19+ event.
Visit Canadian Art at Booth #243 (directly adjacent to Art Chat area). Relax in the Canadian Art Foundation lounge and learn how you can get involved with the foundation’s incredible roster of events and arts educational programming, or purchase a subscription to Canada’s leading visual art magazine, Canadian Art.
The Artist Project also features a series of complimentary Art Chats hosted by art industry professionals and daily docent-led walks. Join Canadian Art editor Richard Rhodes in a lively panel discussion—“Adventures in Photography”—with artists Sylvia Adamcik, Harry Enchin, Sean Galbraith, Ryan Louis and Ronald Tsang on Sunday, March 4, 1 to 2pm.
For tickets, special offers and more detailed information, visit theartistprojecttoronto.com.