PINK MARKET is a twice-yearly queer craft, fashion, art & lit fair.
We aim to give queer creators from Toronto and across Canada a platform for their work, connecting them to members of the public as well as fostering a community of LGBTQ artists and makers.
Our most recent edition, PINK XMAS 2016, was our most successful yet, with 40 vendors and over 1200 visitors from inside and outside the LGBTQ community.
PINK MARKET 2017
JUNe 18, 2017
TORONTO REFERENCE LIBRARY
789 Yonge St.
BECOME A VENDOR
All vendors are invited to apply. However, preference will be given to queer artists and queer-owned businesses, work that deals with themes of identity, or social enterprises that include a charitable or community aid-based component.
Tables (6 feet by 2 feet) and chairs are provided.
$75 — Full table, early bird pricing (must submit application and fee before April 14)
$100 — Full table
$50 — Half table
IS THERE A CHARGE TO ATTEND?
Attendance at the market is pay-what-you-can. (If what you can pay is $0, that's cool.)
CAN I VOLUNTEER AT THE MARKET?
Absolutely! We're looking for queer-positive volunteers looking to engage with the community and meet artists and artisans of all kinds.
IS THe MARKET "FAMILY FRIENDLY"?
We welcome guests of all ages to Pink Market events. However, many of our vendors and artists create sex-positive content or sell adult items, and some frank depictions of human anatomy or explicit language may be used in featured artwork.
IS THE VENUE WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?
Yes! The Bram and Bluma Appel Salon, on the second floor of the Toronto Reference Library, is accessible by elevator.
WILL YOU HAVE AN ASL INTERPRETER ON-SITE?
We are in the process of obtaining ASL interpretation for this event.