One Of A Kind is Celebrating Canadian Artisans With a Virtual Summer Show

Photo by Eryn Shea Photography for Night Shift Ceramics

The platform devoted to Canadian workmanship has actually developed a brand new summer season extension of its program, running online through the month ofJuly


OneOf A Kind is commemorating Canada’s birth month by highlighting 100+ Canadian makers in its first-ever online summer season program. Recognizing that regional and independent makers require assistance now especially, the program (normally kept in Toronto two times a year IRL) rotated to a virtual edition this previous spring, and has actually now included a summer season extension for the very first time.

Known for combining the biggest neighborhood of makers, designers and innovative business owners from throughout the nation, the summer season program will use a month-long event of workmanship and style. Throughout the month of July, tune into OOAK’s InstagramStories, where they will be highlighting innovative business owners from throughout the country.

“We can’t think of a better way to celebrate the Canadian spirit than to highlight the kind, courageous and resilient makers in our community,” stated Janice Leung, Show Director, in a news release.

The virtual summer season program will use simple access to the makers’ Instagram profiles and e-commerce websites through a devoted landing page on the One Of A Kind site; spotlight various makers on Instagram through a weekly function running each Monday, Wednesday and Friday throughout the month of July; and has actually granted scholarships for 20 areas in the July Virtual Show to BIPOC candidates.

OneOf A Kind will likewise host weekly Instagram free gifts and will be contributing 20% of their overall Summer Show income to Feed the Frontlines Look out for the maker highlights on OOAK’s Instagram Stories on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 1-3pm, and support these regional craftsmens if you’re able.