Friday, June 22, 2007

Weekend Roundup

what's up this weekend?

MINI Crafternoon Tea - June 23rd, 11am to 5pm
1015 Queen St. East at Pape in Leslieville - Nathalie-Roze & Co. - on the side patio and back garden. A hip outdoor crafty fashion market and charity tea-party

Sassy Little Craft Show - June 22, 7pm-12:30am
581 Markham Street - The Victory Cafe (upstairs) (SW of Bathurst Station/Bloor+Bathurst Intersection)

Ladyfest T.O. craft sale - June 24 1-6pm
Kapisanane Phillipine Centre, 167 Augusta in Kensington Market

Kingfest Music Celebration - June 22 - 24, Friday 6pm - 11pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am – 11pm
Seneca College King Campus


Artisans’ Village TD Canada Trust Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival June 22 - July 1
hours: 12 -8pm everyday
Nathan Phillips Square


ongoing...
nano nano II: an exhibition of independently handmade books
machine crash course at sew-be-it studio
Kristiina Lahde Paper Cut - A new installation at MADE May 29 - July 14, 2007
From Russia with Love - Drawing/Installation June 1-30, 2007 She Said Boom! 372 College
sasquatch squat - thrush holmes empire, 1093 Queen Street West (at Dovercourt) May 31 - July 1

There's also great stuff happening if you're heading out of the city:

Elliot Lake - The Hand and Spirit Conference & Juried Show - June 22 - 24
conference, workshops, a juried exhibition and fashion show of wearable art.

Oakville Oakville Waterfront Festival June 22 - 24
hours - Friday 5pm-11pm, Saturday 9am-11pm, Sunday 9am-5pm
Oakville Coronation Park


Cambridge Printmaking Fair & Print Sale - June 23 10 am - 4 pm
Cambridge Galleries, Design at Riverside , 7 Melville Street South

1 Comments:

Anonymous Cam Lavers said...

I (Cam Lavers Designs owner of www.PepeprMills.ca) did the Oakville Waterfront Festival show this yearas part of the Artists Village.

What a mistake!

There was only one artist this year that was back to try again. After finding this out, I should have just packed up and left.

After enduring drunken vomiting teenagers, very little sales (people go there to eat cotton candy and drink), I was absolutely blown away by the fact that they charged my 3 helpers $15 each to get in to help me. Even after complaining, one of the board of directors says "That's not gonna happen" when I asked for the $45 back, and then turned her back on me and walked away.

Of all the artists I spoke to there, not one was planning on going back next year.

10:10 AM  

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