Check out some smart art
The Fringe isn’t just about creativity in the performing arts.
If you’re around the Fringe Club in the evening – and who isn’t at some point during the festival? – check out the 16 visual artists presenting their work at a popup market.
Among those taking part are returning Control Over Destiny jewellery designers Jason Thomas Chellew and Rebecca Schofield, who donate part of their proceeds back to the Fringe; Ashley Ann Karas’s Freak Boutique, with items inspired by Japanese street fashion, retro 80s kitsch and drag queens; and Home Sweet Home (pictured), Helen Kotsonis’s installation of colourful house-shaped lanterns illuminated by fairy lights.
There is some performance art (by Australian troupe The NakedMe Show) and audience participation ( Socially Acceptable Half-Truths).
Purchase or simply admire… there’s a lot on display. From July 3 at Honest Ed’s (581 Bloor).