The ENBY Art Fair is an art market organized by and for non-binary artists to share and promote their art. Their goal is to build visibility for the non-binary art community, and to create a space where to come together to share and celebrate their work.
Exhibiting their wares will be self identified non-binary, genderfluid, gender-queer, two-spirit, and other artists whose gender falls outside of the binary. This is all taking place at a one day art and creators market with non-binary performers featured at 12:30 PM!
For more info on the event, visit their facebook page: Link
ENBY are grateful to be able to provide free tables to youth vendors 25 and under through the support of the LGBTQ Youth Initiative.*
Thanks to private donations made to this event, they are able to provide free space to a limited number of Indigenous and Black vendors, and vendors with disabilities. Funding for these free spaces is limited, but organizers will do their best to accommodate everyone.
ENBY Art Fair is committed to being a transparent, anti-oppressive organization, providing opportunities for BIPOC as well as folks on the margins. They intend to always grow and develop within this framework as an organization. They support body positivity, cultural diversity and LGBTQ+ rights within the community. ENBY Art Fair is a safe space, with a safe space policy. They welcome everyone to participate in the art fair regardless of class, age, ability, ethnicity, skill, gender, or orientation.
ENBY Art Fair will not tolerate transphobia, homophobia, queerphobia, fatphobia, ableism, audism, white supremacy, racism, misogyny, rape culture, sex-worker exclusionary radical feminism, the patriarchy, and we reject colonialism.
This event is being supported by the LGBTQ Youth Initiative. The LGBTQ Youth Initiative is led by Planned Parenthood Toronto in collaboration with Sherbourne Health Centre, LGBT Youth Line, The 519 Church Street Community Centre, Gender-Based Violence Prevention Office, Toronto District School Board, Central Toronto Youth Services, Griffin Centre and Egale Canada.
The LGBTQ Youth Initiative has been made possible through the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
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