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 Art For All Canada Inc. (AFAC) at Buskerfest ~ 2011, 2010, 2009 ~

Berczy Park (at Scott St. and Wellington St.), Toronto  

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AFAC's Outdoor Art Show at Buskerfest 2011  Friday August 26th - Sunday August 28th

~ exhibiting artists also donated paintings to support Epilepsy Toronto, a non-profit agency that has supported people living with epilepsy for over 50 years.

Tent 1 : Justin Blayney
Tent 2 : Michael Swanson
Tent 3 : Lucya Almeida
Tent 4 : Karma Cheosang
Tent 5 : Chystal Zettel
Tent 6 : Maureen Shelleau
Tent 7 : Katrina Schaman
Tent 8 : Lisa Anttila
Tent 9 : Rea Kelly

Marc Allain is donating a painting although he is unable to exhibit. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

AFAC's Outdoor Art Show at Buskerfest 2010: August 27th - August 29th, 2010

~ exhibiting artists also donated paintings to support Epilepsy Toronto, a non-profit agency that has supported people living with epilepsy for over 50 years.


Tent 1 : David Barron
Tent 2 : Maria Drazilov
Tent 3 : Kim Duncan and Anne Denise Mejaki
Tent 4 : Eva Ivanov
Tent 5 : Kathryn Looby 
Tent 6 : Roderik Mayne
Tent 7 : Julia Van Dine
Tent 8 : Debara Power
Tent 9 : Erwin Rummel

Marc Allain donated a painting although he is unable to exhibit.


AFAC's Outdoor Art Show at Buskerfest 2009:  August 28th - August 30th

 ~ exhibiting artists also donated paintings to support Epilepsy Toronto, a non-profit agency that has supported people living with epilepsy for over 50 years.

Booth 1:  Sheila Mitchell                            
Booth 2:  Irene Hung and Gigi Horvath      
Booth 3:  Suzanne Cavers                                             
Booth 4:  Debara Power      
Booth 5:  Christopher Graham                                           
Booth 6:  Robert Hurst  
Booth 7:  Kristina Gustavson
Booth 8:  Debbie Cooke 

                            

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