It’s the 12th Annual Riverdale Art Walk – a two-day juried fine art exhibition featuring 100 emerging and established artists showcasing their original art works. Presented annually by the Artists’ Network – a non-profit, membership-based initiative dedicated to supporting professional visual artists – the exhibition annually draws over 10,000 people to Jimmie Simpson park and studios, galleries, and retail spaces in South Riverdale and Riverside.
Jimmie Simpson park
June 5 & 6, 2010
[ getting there ]
By subway: Broadview station
By streetcar: Queen Streetcar to Broadview
[ exhibit area ]
South Riverdale: over 100 artists exhibiting in Jimmie Simpson Park and in galleries, shops, and studios along Queen St. E. from the DVP to Leslie and between Eastern and Dundas E. A full exhibition map is available online at www.RiverdaleArtWalk.com
A full listing of participating artists is available online at www.RiverdaleArtWalk.com and in the RAW Guide. Get your copy in the June 3 issue of NOW Magazine – it’s full of festival information including artist listings, a venue map, self-guided art walks, and an opportunity for you to help pick this year’s People’s Choice artist.
[ artists going green ]
Drop by the Hang Man Gallery during the Riverdale Art Walk and check out the Members’ Theme Show – Everything OLD is ART Again. Artists’ Network members take on the challenge of reducing their artistic footprint by working with recycled production materials in their artwork. The exhibit runs from June 1-20 – please join us for an opening reception on Thursday, June 3rd, 7-9pm.
For more information:
Hang Man Gallery/Riverdale Art Walk
756 Queen St. E