Join us every Wednesday
May 26th Sept 1@ 3pm-6pm
Weston Artist's Good Food Market runs every Wednesday 3pm -6pm
We have low priced high quality vegetables and fruit available along with comunity information, local vendors and community arts
33 John street in the square
Focus on Weston is our annual photography event in Weston at the Artscape Weston Common building. We had Broncolor Canada, Leah Denbok, Phil Sutherland and Adam Weitner from AstroLab Studio's
On the Fence is our West Toronto Photography group submision for the 2021 exhibit with artist's Leah Denbok, Adam Weitner, Giancarlo Pawelec and Phil Sutherland. This year we did an outdoor gallery on Lakshore blvd just west of Ontario Street on the south side of the road.
The West Toronto Photography Group, in collaboration with FoodShare Toronto and the Artscape Weston Commons building Tenants association , are creating a safe, open-air market-style food market for the residents in Weston, Ontario, called “The Weston Artists Good Food Market.” This market will benefit all residents of Weston by giving a breath of fresh air to the community in tough times. It will also increase access to high-quality, culturally appropriate, affordable fruits and vegetables in the Weston neighbourhood where it might not otherwise be easily available/afordable.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Good Food Markets have provided frontline support through neighbourhood access to high-quality foods, wellness checks, and pivoting to emergency food services to serve those most affected by the pandemic.
The Weston Artists Fresh Market extends far beyond a place to access fresh produce. We are a community square looking to bring the residents of Weston together by forming a community hub with freshly prepared seasonal, local, and imported favourites, engaging activities, active conversation, information booths, and group celebrations.
Our market is located at Artscape Weston Common Square (34 John St, Toronto, ON M9N 0B2). Our market day will be Wednesdays throughout the summer from 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM.
We look forward to seeing you all there!
Passion for Fashion -
Our Signature Series
PHOTO SKILLS CENTER
Join us for a skill building lighting workshop, We also do photowalks and go to group art shows as well to feed our inspiration
Phil Sutherland is the founder and director of WTPG. He is the owner of Revprint Studio 205 and a professional commercial photographer.
A self described lighting nut , he has produced public light Art for the Amsterdam Light Festival and teaches photography internationally.
Leah den Bok is best known for her book series, Nowhere to Call Home--Photographs and Stories of People Experiencing Homelessness, for which she has won international recognition. Her work has been acclaimed by BBC, Toronto Star, CBC, as well as newspapers in the United States, Italy, and the Netherlands. Buford Davis, a journalist with the Daily Chronicle in Las Vegas, wrote of Leah, “Her photographs are not great photographs for a teenager to have taken; they are great photographs, and a teenager has taken them.”
Join Us! We are always looking for volunteers to assist with our Good food Market, our photo walks and fund raising and photo events. Help us in the community and in the studio with our neighbourhood projects!
Reanna Niceforo is an accomplished international artist having done public art pieces in the Amsterdam Festival of Light and Nuit Blanc in Toronto and she is our awesome administrator for WTPG.
Ryan Barker is an undergrad at the University of Guelph with experience in media and business. He is currently managing the Foodshare food market and assisting with additional marketing tasks for WTPG.