Sight-on-SITE Toronto

Artify presents
Sight-on-SITE Toronto
September 28th to October 28th , 2012,
Studio 51 Design Art Gallery,
51 Laird Dr., Toronto

Thank you to all those who attended our opening reception

for Sight-on-SITE Toronto at Studio 51 Design Art Gallery,
Friday, September 28th, 2012
We were pleased to welcome 70 guests for a viewing of the show
and fundraiser for Daily Bread Food Bank.
Many of the artists attended the opening and the event was covered by SNAP North Toronto Magazine.
The Prize Draws at the reception helped raise $355 toward our team goal of $500 for Daily Bread’s Thanksgiving Food Drive.



Thanks to those who donated items for the fundraiser:
Dukem Restaurant, 950 Danforth Ave.,
Deborah Brown, MARY KAY Cosmetics,
UZEL gourmet olives, 974 Danforth Ave.,
Zahava Lambert, Kesef Studio
Tatania Ianovskova
Susan L. Brown
Micheline Montgomery
Dolce GOURMANDO, 1493  Bayview Ave.,
If you couldn’t join us at the opening,
you’re still invited to visit the show
and contribute to our continuing fundraising efforts for Daily Bread.
The Sight-on-SITE Toronto show  & sale is open
September 28th - October 28th, 2012
At Studio 51 Design Art Gallery,
51 Laird Dr., Toronto ( 1 block north of Millwood & Laird corner)
Gallery hours are:
11am – 4:30 pm, Tuesday to Sunday

We are still fundraising for Daily Bread Food Bank
until the close of the Sight-on-SITE  Toronto Show on October 28th..
You can donate on line at
Daily Bread Food 

….and if you’d  like to catch a very special
free weekend event -
Visit guest artists, Indra Dosanjh and Barbara Trott
during the BAYVIEW ART TOUR ,
Saturday and Sunday
October 13 &14, 2012
from noon to 5 pm
at Studio 51 Design Art Gallery host site.

See the  Bayview Art Tour web site for more information and map.

enjoy the arts this fall!

Visit Our Booth at the Word on the Street Festival

Visit us at The Word on the Street Festival - 
Sunday, September 23rd, 2012 
Queen’s Park Circle 11 am – 6 pm 
The Artists' Garden Cooperative Booth -Fringe Beat Section
(East side of Queen’s Park Crescent, south of Wellesley St.)


  • Silkscreen Demos and prints by Kingi Carpenter, Peach Berserk
  • Illustrated Poetry Books by Susan L. Brown
  • and other guest artists share our space and show original, hand-made books or illustration art,   please contact: Susan Brown, 416 487 0705

The Word On The Street Toronto is a non-profit organization that celebrates Canadian reading and writing, and champions literacy, primarily through a free, annual outdoor festival.