It’s been a slow crawl back out into daylight for the impression/expression blog in post-Art Toronto times. If you were able to come to the show you’ll know it was a raging success with some of the most beautiful and provocative art that has visited Toronto in the 11 years of the fair.
But Toronto’s wicked art season isn’t over yet! The brains behind Dapper and Debonair, a fresh clothing line for men based out of Toronto, are hosting their first annual art event — Toronto Art Saves.
The show will feature a salon of work from up-and-coming artists. “We like to push authenticity most,” explains co-founder Graham Bell, which is why they are marketing their event to the same customers they market their clothing to.
Toronto Art Saves Friday November 19th John Labatt Headquarters 207 Queen’s Quay West, Suite 299 8:00pm until 11:00pm
Proceeds from your ticket purchase will go to the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies. Each ticket also includes 4 drinks, snacks and a gift bag.
Tickets are still available for purchase at $35 a pop, but you can also get them here! The gents at Dapper and Debonair have given me TWO pairs of tickets for readers of impression/expression!
To win all you have to do is leave a comment on this post before Thursday November 18 at 8pmEST/5pmPST and I’ll randomly select two winners.
Toronto Art Saves is a great opportunity to get to know up and coming Toronto-based artists and network with local entrepreneurs. Don’t miss it!