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At #Hashtag Gallery, 801 Dundas street W, Toronto, they’re presenting Tina Tran’s “Femme Fatale” (below) which explores the notion that women do not have to reject their femininity in order to be seen as a force to be reckoned with.  Details:…and FLY’s friends Carlos & Tanzina (pictured below) of Artusiasm Gallery have several exciting shows coming up over the next few weeks. Visit their website for details:

Please submit your gallery listings by August 30th for the next issue –

JULY 2018 – Gallery openings and artist listings

Thurs. July 5 to Sat. July 28, 2018
OPENING RECEPTION: Sat. July 7 (2-5pm) RSVP to attend:
URBAN GALLERY proudly presents Wild in the City group show, illustrating the effects an urban environment has on its inhabitants and they have on it, whether plant, animal or human. Featuring the works of 4 innovative Canadian artists: Lindsey MacKay, Erik Chong, Osvaldo Napoli and Libby Sims.  400 Queen St East, Toronto. details & directions:

Wild in the City @ Urban Gallery July

ANNIE KEREKES is participating in TWIST Gallery’s “Vibrant Colours” group show
1100 Queen West, Toronto. Reception Thursday July 5, 6-9pm. Show runs to July 28th.

We’re excited to announce the opening reception for world famous Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel’s first Canadian solo exhibition!  Okuda will be in Toronto this July painting a massive 23-floor mural celebrating diversity at Carlton & Jarvis with the STEPS Initiative, helping to bring a little colour to the city with his trademark geometric figures, and Kaos Stars. Hashtag Gallery presents an exhibition of 17 new works from this prolific artist on display July 7-29, as well as an EXCLUSIVE signed, 12-Colour Screen Print made for the show!

Photographic artist LORI RYERSON
July 6-8               Toronto Outdoor Art Fair, Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, BOOTH C244
August 6             Oakville Art in the Park, Bronte Waterfront Park, Oakville BOOTH 134
August 10-12      Artists’ Network: ArtWalk in the Square, Shops at Don Mills
October 25-27    North Toronto Group of Artists Fall Show & Sale, Blessed Sacrament Church,
24 Cheritan (Yonge, south of Lawrence), Toronto
At end of August, Lori’s off to make NEW art in Greenland and Iceland.

“Capturing Your Attention with Colour”
King Township Museum, 2920 King Street, King City (Just off the 400 HWY)
Opening Reception for solo art show at King Heritage and Cultural Centre will be held on Friday July 6th at 7pm, featuring Kirsh’s new work including some large format pieces as well as some experimental works.  The show runs until August 25th. Open Tuesday to Saturday 10 – 4pm

And here’s a couple more listings & openings you may enjoy…..





URBAN GALLERY, 400 Queen St East, Toronto
PROUD ART group show celebrates the talented artists in the Toronto LGBTQ community. Artists include Hank Blondeay, Jean Fode, Jeffrey Mason and Vanessa Storoniak (see image below).
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday June 9th (2pm to 5pm) RSVP to attend:

ARTUSIASM GALLERY, 1684 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
SPECTRUM group show celebrating PRIDE month in Toronto  (June 1-9)
SECRET ESCAPE solo show featuring Serene Chan (June 14-23)
CALCUTTA to CANADA group show featuring Art Trendz artist collective (June 18-July 7)

TWIST GALLERY, 1100 Queen St West, Toronto
ACRYLIC & ABSTRACT group show featuring 8 contemporary artists (June 2-28)



Thurs. May 3rd Artusiasm Gallery launches its “All About Eve” group show honouring mothers and female role models. Show runs until May 12th. For details:  

Saturday May 5th (2-5pm): Urban Gallery launches its annual Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival group show with an artists’ reception. “Women at Work” runs until May 26th. details: 

May 5 thru 19th @ illegallery, 3128 Dundas West in The Junction. Solo show “Untemporaryly” by provocative street artist Elicser. Details:

Always a FLY favourite – Riverdale Art Walk takes place Sat. June 2 and Sun. June 3rd this FREE two-day, public fine art exhibition showcasing established and emerging artists in Jimmie Simpson Park, Queen St East in Toronto’s flourishing Queen East arts district. The first outdoor art show of Toronto’s season, the Riverdale ArtWalk is a great place to connect with artists and buy that perfect piece for your home!  Now in its 20th year in the Riverdale/Leslieville area of Toronto, the festival has grown to reach an audience of over 20,000 art enthusiasts and supporters. Details: