Events

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January2022
Heritage Antique Market 2022Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Heritage Antique Market is Toronto’s longest running antique show & sale (running the past 43 years). Over 65 selected Canadian Antique Dealers from across Ontario & Quebec featuring Period & Decorative Furniture, Antique Jewelry, European & American Art Glass, British & American Pottery, Paintings, Porcelains, Collectibles, China and Silver. More
9:30 am to 5:00 pmToronto
16
January2022
Antique Show at Vancouver Flea MarketSince 2002, the Vancouver Flea Market has been hosting Antique and collectable shows. We are the largest covered market in the lower mainland for all year long yard sales. With 40,000 sq/ft available and 360 tables under one roof, it is no surprise we are greeted with 4000 visitors per weekend. Come and find your treasure. More
10:00 am to 4:00 pmThe Vancouver Flea Market 
16
June2022
ÂjagemôCelebrating the 50th anniversary of the Canada Council Art Bank, this exhibition features close to 40 artworks by Indigenous and racialized artists that are part of its collection. From self-portraits to depictions of kin, comics to allegories, and historical figures to contemporary groups, the works convey a range of preoccupations, aspirations, and world views in unvarnished, critical, and creative ways. More
7:00 am
to 9:00 pm
150 Elgin St., Ottawa
26-9
September -October2022
Prismatic Arts FestivalPrismatic Arts Festival, an annual, multidisciplinary arts festival that brings leading Indigenous artists and artists of colour from across Canada to the East Coast! Catch Prismatic 2022 at Neptune Theatre, The Carleton, and many more fantastic venues around Kjipuktuk / downtown Halifax. More
All dayHalifax
8
October2022
Indigenous Art & Craft MarketIn celebration and fellowship we welcome all to our first Indigenous Art & Craft Market at the Stratford Perth Museum. Bring your community cultural cravings out for a day of knowledge and friendship and be inspired by our local artists. Whether you would like to shop, talk, admire, or snack, it is sure to delight the senses. More
10.00 am to 5.00 pmStratford, ON
14-16
October2022
Indigenous Women’s Arts Conference 2022In taking inspiration from the Haudenosaunee Seventh Generation Principle, this conference will serve to preserve and revitalize endangered Indigenous art forms and enrich lives through Indigenous arts and culture. This conference [re]connects and empowers Indigenous women by promoting the transfer and conservation of cultural knowledge; securing the capacity for the next seven generations to retain and cultivate intrinsic cultural connections. More
All dayNational Museum of History, Ottawa
18
November2022
Indigenous perspectives in arts disciplines and academiaThe goal of this speaker series is to highlight the value of an Arts degree through the experiences and perspectives of marginalized peoples. OASIS, along with the Arts Undergraduate Student Services office is so excited for this session which kicks off the new speaker series, The Value of an Arts Degree From Marginalized Perspectives. More
All dayUniversity of Alberta – Humanities Centre
18-5
November-December2022
Indigenous Artisan MarketplaceDesigner of the 2022 TORONTO SIGN, the award-winning terrazzo medallion at Seneca College and the Bloor Annex BIA Mural at Paul Martel Park, Joseph Sagaj is headlining our 2022 Indigenous Artisan Marketplace exclusively displaying dozens of never before seen pieces developed over the last 3 years. Joseph is Anishnaabe of the Sturgeon Clan from the remote community of Neskantaga, 433 km northeast of Thunder Bay, Ontario. He graduated in Fine Arts at the Ontario College of Art & Design in 1985. More
All dayNative Canadian Centre of Toronto

Crafts Cluster Exploring

Dubai Expo 2020

On February 15, 2022, the Crafts Cluster team visited the Dubai Expo. Besides the general marketing activities and building potential future business relationships, we also saw the Canadian investors’ section and learned about them and the opportunities for expanding investment in Canada. It was very important and beneficial for us to deepen our knowledge of the Canadian heritage and its fertile investment work environment within the field of our company’s work.

We also checked out a number of the international pavilions from around the world, the latest handicraft products representing multiple cultures, and the latest environmentally friendly materials from around the world.