6ix Art Outdoor at The Distillery District

 

 

6ix Art Outdoor at The Distillery District
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June 27th – July 17th
6ix Art Outdoor Exhibit
From June 27 to July 16, the festival is excited to present a one-of-a-kind art exhibit titled 6IX Art Outdoors. The free-of-charge art installation along Gristmill Lane will feature 13 unique statues, standing over 8 feet tall, painted by some of Canada’s most talented multicultural artists.

Mission Statement

Mara Cataldi – Curator of 6ix Art Outdoor

The ‘6ix Art Outdoor ’ is a constellation of ideas and messages: a place that opens onto a larger cultural and entertaining space, an exhibition that moves through multiple cultures and critically engages emerging ideas and pushes the boundaries of the definition of the art itself. The way that people experience arts and culture is changing, and so too is the type of creative and educational experiences they enjoy. We provide an inspiring and enriching visitor experience that celebrates artistic excellence by thoughtfully engaging a broad group of emerging and established artists and prioritizing diversity in all areas. The “6ix Art Outdoor” will serve as a public space with the goal of fostering intercultural and multicultural dialogue by promoting a more active engagement and awareness within the communities through the use of visual art. This exhibit embraces the value of heritage showcased not only through the human-shape statue but, most importantly, through artists and the cultural richness they embody: stories, ideas, emotions, desires, dreams, and hopes. We are aware that an exhibit plays only a small part in the complex process of promoting art, integration and the respectful coexistence of different communities and cultural practices. Nonetheless, I sincerely believe that this contribution has an extraordinary potential to challenge prejudice and stereotypes as well as create shared spaces and a sense of belonging.

Art Toronto in person 2021

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Toronto artist Tatjana Hutinec

TATJANA HUTINEC at RIVERDALE ARTWALK 2021

Toronto artist Tatjana Hutinec launched As Above so Below, her exhibitor booth filled with stormy paintings, at the Riverdale ArtWalk 2021, August 21 – August 22.

 Toronto artist Tatjana Hutinec

In her body of work, titled As Above so Below Tatjana Hutinec highlights awareness of climate changes related to human consciousness, (egocentric) perception and actions impacted by consumerism.

Hutinec believes that art can inspire us to achieve a deeper awareness – focused on the relationship with oneself as an element of the whole and choosing positive personal practices that can help prevent climate catastrophe.

Since the pandemic closedowns in 2019, and art event cancelations, Riverdale Artwalk 2021 was the first outdoor art exhibition.

One of Toronto’s premier art exhibitions, Riverdale ArtWalk is a FREE two-day, public fine art juried exhibition showcasing selected artists at Jimmie Simpson Park in Toronto’s flourishing Queen East arts district, as well as a two week Online Show and Sale.

Hutinec has been creating and exhibiting her artwork in Canada, Croatia and Dominican Republic, while teaching art workshops to communities as well as creating wearable art and sculptures for TV, film and theatre.

“Greatfull for the opportunity to show my art and invite people to come in person, I am exited about my participation in the Riverdale Artwalk 2021” said Tatjana Hutinec, who grew up and studied art and design in Zagreb, Croatia. Since 1990, displaced due to the war outburst in Croatia, Tatjana has been living in Toronto.

ARTIST PROJECT 2020//FEB 20 – 23

  • ART BATTLE – Art Battle is live competitive painting where artists selected from the fair will create the best work they can in 20 minutes. As they paint, visitors can move around the easels, closely watching the creative process. The audience votes for their favourite painting and bids in silent auction to purchase artwork.
  • ART CHATS – Artist Project’s series of talks and panel discussions on a range of illuminating and trending topics led by experts in the art and design world. Art Chats are complimentary with admission and last approximately one hour.
  • UNTAPPED EMERGING ARTISTS COMPETITION – Presented by DeSerres, The UNTAPPED program is dedicated to supporting the development of students, new graduates, and self-taught artists. A juried competition that awards 20 emerging artists from all mediums an opportunity to exhibit at a professional-level art fair for free. UNTAPPED Emerging Artists benefit from a dedicated feature space at the Artist Project.
  • ART WALKS – The fair’s themed guided art tours offer the opportunity to meet artists, learn about their inspirations and how they create their amazing works of art.

Location: The Better Living Centre Exhibition Place 195 Princes’ Boulevard, Toronto

Thursday, February 20 – Opening Night  7 – 11pm

Friday, February 21  11am – 10pm

Saturday, February 22  11am – 8pm

Sunday, February 23  11am – 6pm

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Artist Project Feb 21st, 2019

Artist Project Feb 21st, 2019

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Show Highlights include:

ART BATTLE – Art Battle is live competitive painting, 16 artists selected from the fair will create the best work they can in 20 minutes. As they paint, visitors can move around the easels, closely watching the creative process. The audience votes for their favourite painting and bids in silent auction to purchase artwork.

ART CHATS – This popular seminar series offers a range of engaging talks hosted by leading art and design experts. Art Chats are complimentary with admission. Space is subject to availability.

UNTAPPED EMERGING ARTISTS COMPETITION – Presented by DeSerres, The UNTAPPED program is dedicated to supporting the development of students, new graduates, and self-taught artists. A juried competition, the UNTAPPED Competition awards 20 emerging artists from all mediums an opportunity to exhibit at a professional-level art fair for FREE. UNTAPPED Emerging Artists benefit from a dedicated feature space at the Artist Project.

ARTIST COMPETITION – Presented by Swatch, artist have a chance to enter a theme based competition to be displayed in a feature exhibit at the show. Winners are selected by a panel of jurors and visitors are also encouraged to vote in the People’s Choice Award!

Location: The Better Living Centre Exhibition Place 195 Princes’ Boulevard, Toronto

Thursday, February 21 – Opening Night 7 – 11pm

Friday, February 22 11am – 10pm

Saturday, February 23 11am – 8pm

Sunday, February 24 11am – 6pm

Ticket Prices – click here to purchase tickets.

Adult admission $15
Group adult tickets (10+ people) $12 each
Senior admission (65+) $12
Youth admission (13-17) $12
Children 12 or under free

Artist Project 2019 Sponsors:

De Serres
Art Battle
OCAD
Akin Projects
Swatch

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