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Sponsored / October 31, 2020

Art Toronto is on now through November 8

Visit Canada's premier art fair, online and in galleries across the country, from October 28 to November 8
Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas, <em>Bifurcation #2</em>, 2019. Courtesy Gallery Jones. Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas, Bifurcation #2, 2019. Courtesy Gallery Jones.

This year, Art Toronto is truly Canada’s art fair. Looking beyond the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Art Toronto 2020 expands its virtual and physical footprint, featuring virtual exhibitions, curated collections, talks, tours and more; complemented by in-person programming in galleries across Canada.

Fair programming features important conversations with dynamic speakers, including:

PLATFORM TALK: Economy and Belief: A conversation between Liz Ikiriko, Camille Turner, Whitney French and Candice Hopkins
Presented by the Toronto Biennial of Art

POWER TALK: Curtis Talwst Santiago in conversation with Claire Gilman
Presented by The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery

PLATFORM TALK: The Evolving Role of Public Art and Placemaking: A conversation between Ken Lum, Coralie Olson, Su Ying Strang and Rebecca Carbin
Presented by ArtworxTO: Toronto’s Year of Public Art (City of Toronto)

ARTIST TALK: Uprisings: Christi Belcourt in Conversation with Sarah Milroy
Presented by the McMichael Canadian Art Collection

PLATFORM TALK: The Book on Kent Monkman: Canada’s internationally celebrated painter on the necessity of artist publications
Presented by Art Canada Institute

ARTIST TALK: Moyra Davey in conversation with Andrea Kunard
Presented by the National Gallery of Canada

NATIONAL GALLERY HOP: Visit participating galleries in cities across Canada on Saturday, November 7

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Join us in celebrating visual culture at a national level. Register for FREE access.