A place for Artists; Designers; Creative Souls
Arts Market Toronto
The Arts Market specializes in renting space to artistic entrepreneurs. We believe strongly in no red tape, no commission, no long term contracts and the freedom to brand your hand-made local business how you see it!
Daniel Cohen started the Arts Market in July 2011. The concept is simple; give artistic entrepreneurs a permanent place to sell their wares at the most affordable rent possible. We now have three locations, thousands of products, and 175 local artists, designers and creative souls!!
1114 Queen St. East, Leslieville – Opened Saturday, July 9th, 2011 on a beautiful summer day. Our first customer was an old family friend who came in with a great big smile!
846 College St, College Promenade – Opened on Saturday, June 22nd, 2013 on a drizzly but wonderful day. Before we opened we asked friends and family members to wait outside huddled against the building to help create buzz in the neighbourhood. It worked great and we had a very busy day!!
790 Queen St. East, Riverside – Opened on Wednesday, February 10th, 2016. Our first customer was our landlord who found a new treasure for his brand new pub he just opened!!!
Our transition into becoming an integral part of a growing artistic community, and connecting that community with Torontonians had been incredibly rewarding. Your continued or new support is greatly appreciated.
The Arts Market has such a refreshing atmosphere! Each and every artist booth has its own unique character. I could spend hours looking at every little thing! It is a very welcoming place, and I love supporting local artists.
We like Arts Market because there’s something new every time we come in.
It all started with a simple idea.
Conceptualized Arts Market concept, opened first location in Leslieville
Began chairity work
Opened College St. location
Launched Travelling Arts Market
Continued to work with local BIA's and neighbourhood groups
Won Now Magazine Best Unique Gift Store for a second time!
Opened our Riverside location