January 21, 2021
As we plan a hybrid 60th Anniversary in July 2021, we want to stress that we are doing so with the utmost care for the safety of the public, artists, and our staff. Learn more.
January 19, 2021
Varvara Nedilska is a Ukrainian-Canadian multidisciplinary artist and a 2020 graduate of the OCADU Illustration program.
January 18, 2021
Register for App Camp and get tips on how to build a winning application!
January 6, 2021
Every Friday until March 5th, 2021, book an appointment for a one-on-one phone consultation and get direct feedback on your application!
January 1, 2021
Despite a strange and challenging 2020, TOAF is proud to have been a part of many inspiring stories from our artists. Hear from participating artist Nelson Cheng, who won "Landscape Artist of the Year!"
December 15, 2020
Featuring works from 29 TOAF artists who graciously lent us their artworks to put on display
November 27, 2020
Read about how the online adaptation of the fair drove a 300% increase in audience engagement through free virtual programming and a pandemic-proof e-commerce platform
November 26, 2020
If you haven’t yet heard about artist Keight Mclean, it’s about time! Her story captures the essence of TOAF as a true launchpad for artists’ careers.
November 19, 2020
Announcing our new Holiday Curated Collections! Shop Collections selected by Likely General, Rose City Goods and Alexandra Gater from Shopify's Make My Space Work. Brooke Manning, Likely General (Photo by Viktor Čahoj) “...
November 12, 2020
Get to know Cheryl Rock, Winner of Mayor's Purchase Award & Best of 2D Works Award. Plus, our Gifts of Heart campaign resumes and our Call for Artists opens on November 30th!
October 1, 2020
Usually, as we kick off our new season of newsletters, we share the highlights of the summer Fair with vibrant photographs and images. It dawned on us that we don't have a similar visual memory of all...
July 31, 2020
Best of Fair Award Winner Julien Kandolo, 'Survivor', 2016, acrylic on canvas Dear Friend of TOAF, Before the team goes on a break to enjoy the rest of summer, we wa...