Bi Arts Festival, the world’s largest bisexual cultural celebration, returns to Toronto this week with six days of visual arts, storytelling, performance, theatre, parties and more. One event not to be missed is the Bi Arts Festival Handmade Market.
Open to everyone, the annual market showcases bisexual-identified artists, makers and craftspeople (pansexual, fluid and other non-monosexual will also be attending) with a focus on handmade and handcrafted goods such as zines and art. Vendors featured at this year’s event include Dirt & Divine, Femmeboyant Designs, Heather Robertson, Jazmin Cordon-Ibanez, L’Amour-Propre, Monster Cliche, Natalie Very B, Pillow Talk, Prickly Cactus Collage, Tenderqueer Art and Yara El Safi.
Bi Arts Festival Handmade Market takes place Saturday, September 22, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Trinity St. Paul’s United Church (427 Bloor St. W.), a queer-, bi- and trans-positive home for activism and the arts.
A full list of Bi Arts Festivals events can be found here.