SEYBLU, Cheyenne Sapphire, Dstll, more to perform at the West Queen West Art Crawl

The festival takes place this Thursday, October 10th from 7 pm to 10 pm

Nine art galleries in Toronto’s West Queen West neighbourhood are set to open their doors for the West Queen West Art Crawl this Thursday, October 10th. The festival has also revealed their lineup of musicians, which features artists like SEYBLU, Cheyenne Sapphire, Dstll, and more.

The West Queen West Art Crawl, which is sponsored by mortgage broker Shannon Jacobs, features participating galleries like the Gladstone Hotel, Zwig, Propeller, The Freedom Factory, Craft Ontario, Koffler Gallery, Hallway Studios, Critical Distance, and Antikka Cafe. Taking place from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm, the festival will feature a variety of exhibitions including Abuk Lual’s Chromotherapy at The Freedom Factory, ACCESS IS LOVE and LOVE IS COMPLICATED at Artscape Youngplace 3rd Floor, and concert photography by our very own Chelsea Brimstin at Antikka Cafe.

Check out the full lineup of musical performances and art exhibitions here and preview a couple of the exhibitions below.

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We're very excited to announce that @antikkacafe is a new addition to the West Queen West Art Crawl!! Check them out this Thursday Night Oct 10 th during our FALL CRAWL!! @thefreedomfactorytoronto will be curating the work of @chelseabrimstinphotography (she/her) An interdisciplinary photographer, writer, and digital media producer working in Toronto. Being immersed in the queer community, her practice explores boundaries, highlighting the spaces where contrasting forces meet. Whether extending that exploration to capturing the perfect moment at a concert or to creatively calculated portraiture, she aims to utilize both film and digital stills to encapsulate a memory in truly innovative ways. Plus amazing music as always! @shaunt_tch Spinnning from 7-9:30 PM @__dstll__ doing a set at 9:45 PM Thank you @brokershannon our sponsor For making this event possible ❤️ #artexhibition #artcrawl #torontoartscene #westqueenwestartcrawl #westendart #westqueenwest #recordshop #torontomusicscene #dj #indiemusic #torontogalleries

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