Above: Artwork by Berkley Jordan Abrams, 2022

Island Connections

Toronto Island Artists
- Group Exhibition

March 8 - April 28

The Toronto Island Community has nurtured generations of creative talent over the years. This Spring, we invited artists from all levels of creative practice to exhibit their work in an open call group exhibition.

The show runs March 8 to April 28.

Opening Reception:
Friday, March 8th, 7pm - 9pm

Alastair Dickson
Alex Chouinard
Anthea Baxter-Page
Baye Hunter
Brad Harley
Carol Bigwood
Cheryl DeGras
Chris Thompson
Claire Tallarico
Claudette Abrams
Colin Brodie
David Pitcher
Dwight Chalmers
Eliza Moore
Faye Jordan
Frank Meyer
Gail Read
Jane Hayes
Jeyda Deyna
Joanna Kidd
Kate Shepherd
Kathleen Doody
Ken de Haas
Laura Shepherd

Leida Englar
Linda Rosenbaum
Lisa Parra
Lori Dell
Luisa Milan
Lynn Purves
Mai Aru
Merle Harley
Mitch Fenton
Nancy Moore
Paige Brodie
Pat Jeffries
Peter Dewdney
Peter Freeman
Philip Chatterton
Robin Christmas
Rosemary Parson
Sandy Krzyzanowski
Susan Baker
Susan Roy
Tanya Golden
Tristan Hamburgh
Yael Freudmann

Toronto Island Art Crawl 2023

Saturday + Sunday, September 9 & 10 |  12 - 5pm  
Annual outdoor art exhibition and sale on Wards and Algonquin Islands. Meet some of the many Island artists and explore their Gallery Boxes, gardens and beyond.    

Sunday, September 10th 

Arts Market - Wards Island Clubhouse Lawn 12 - 5pm

Collaborative Art - Wards Island Clubhouse Lawn 12 - 5pm

Kids' Art Show - Little Clubhouse 12 - 5pm

Portraits by Kids - Little Clubhouse 1 - 2pm

Closing Party - The Island Cafe  6pm

Take ferry from the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal to Ward’s Island. Water taxis also available. You can find the current ferry schedule here. It is recommended to purchase tickets in advance online.

Water Taxis:

T Dot Water Taxi - 647-370-8368

Pirate Taxi - 416-838-8294

Harbour Tours - 416-203-6994

Toronto Harbour Water Taxi - 416-203-8294


The ferry terminal and ferries have accessibility practices and Ward’s Island has an accessible public washroom. The Tiny Gallery Boxes are outdoors and viewable from the sidewalk. The Riviera Gallery is fully accessible with a washroom attached. The Art Crawl and Rogue Wave will have many exhibits or installations that are accessible while some may not be.

For more information - @torontoislandartcrawl