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Artist Project February 2018

The Artist Project held again at the Better Living Centre had their reception on Thursday February 22nd . A portion of the opening night’s ticket sales was donated to Artbound’s Creative Deeds Programs. Artbound is a Canadian Charity that connects the world via arts and creativity. Creative Deeds is an Artbound Platform, which allows anyone to start a creative campaign online to fundraise for one of our sustainable, arts-focused solutions around the world. 100% of donations raised go directly to their chosen project.

Visitors explored and discovered works of art from over 250 top contemporary artists from Canada and abroad. This was a unique opportunity to meet and buy art directly from artists at Toronto’s favourite art fair. The 3-day showcase of local artist work for sale at the Better Living Centre ended on February 25 this year.

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