Visual Fringe

Local visual artists were selected through an open call to display their work throughout the Tranzac and the Gallery at the J for the month of July 2023.

Type of Exhibition: Art

The Fringe is for all artists! This July enjoy the work of visual artists of all kinds at the two Visual Fringe Galleries and the Visual Fringe Market. Local visual artists were selected through an open call to display their work throughout the Tranzac and the Gallery at the J for the month of July 2023.

Participating artists at the Gallery at the J:

Kanna Anigbogu

Melissa Boodoo

Vivian Chong

Ryan Fernando

Kaitlyn Groenewegen

Racheal McCaig

Rachel Parry

Sharon Permack

Raoul Pillay

Aviva Sinuk

Rosette Sund

David Switzer

ABOUT THE TORONTO FRINGE FESTIVAL

The Toronto Fringe Festival is a grassroots, charitable organization that runs each July. The Toronto Fringe also runs the Next Stage Theatre Festival now in October and various year-round programs that benefit youth, emerging artists, BIPOC artists, artists with disabilities, and the performing arts community at large. Embedded in Fringe’s operations are the values of Access, Accountability, Creativity, Exploration, and Support. Find us at @toronto_fringe on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok, The Toronto Fringe on Facebook, or check out our website fringetoronto.com

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

In partnership with

Toronto Fringe Festival

Start Date:

July 5, 2023

End Date:

July 30, 2023

M-F 6am-10pm
S-S 7am-7pm

Downtown Toronto

Miles Nadal JCC
750 Spadina Ave. (at Bloor)

Accessibility

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