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Call to Artists – Cover Artist Gets $1,200 and 2 Featured Artists $600

 Radical Dreams of Equity and Kindness


What kind of world do you want to live in after Covid-19? 


Share your dreams


CreativeUTO is a socially conscious incubator of creative thinkers. We are launching the inaugural issue of Symposium, a print anthology, and video exhibit. For our first issue, we have chosen the theme: Radical Dreams of Equity and Kindness. We acknowledge that Covid-19 has dramatically disrupted all of our lives. We see, too, that there are deep inequalities that undermine our core values and beliefs.


We invite all artists across media to contribute their visions of a better future. Because dreams are the first step to bring better to life.



Artists click here to submit your artwork

Video Exhibits broadcasted live on CUTO Podcast

For fundraising, details go to our fundraiser page


Event-goers buy tickets and anthology on Patreon


Submit your work, make sure to include a 250-word artist statement. You’ll be sent to an onboarding page when you register. You’ll receive a welcome package including promotional material and an invoice. We publish your work on our Facebook fan page, (y)our fans help us critique and add context to these pictures by leaving likes, comments, and sharing your work. Artists will be selected by our Steering Committee, an elected group of established members of the creative community and CreativeUTO members. Artists present their work onlinr. We work together to promote our creation, share profits, knowing that proceeds go to Sistering, ASE Community, and TICOT



  • Cover artist (visual, video and written work will be considered): $1,200
  • 2 Featured artists get $600
  • Submissions are open to Toronto artists. Some preference will be given to local Toronto and GTA based artists.


Artists click here to submit your artwork





We want to know how you envision a better world.


Be creative.

Be serious.

Be ridiculous.


We want your brave and beautiful visions to inspire and then build a better tomorrow






We use ethical and environmentally conscious for all our merchandise



Proceeds from CreativeUTO projects go to funding projects from Sistering, ASE, and TICOT




Submission guidelines:

We accept all forms of art that relate to the theme of radical dreams of equity and kindness for a post-COVID-19 world. The art we accept includes but is not limited to:


  • Visually striking eye candy
  • Visual Art (drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed media)
  • Photography
  • Short stories
  • Poetry
  • Other written work (personal essays, creative non-fiction, etc)
  • Performance (Dance, music, etc)
  • Art installations
  • Experimental Arts


The following is the definition of 1 piece:


  • One image of a visual piece (300 dpi PNG format or your print will be junk and may be rejected.)
  • One or multiple poems which collectively total up to 600 words (please submit in ONE file)
  • One piece of written work up to 1200 words 
  • One Video (Please submit a video in HD)
  • One audio file (for musicians, you’ll need audio quality guidelines. They will also need to submit text or an image which to accompany their work.)



For non-text works please include an accompanying artist statement on how your work connects to the theme and clearly indicate which piece it is accompanying. Up to 250 words per piece, the artist statement does not count as one of your pieces. Please verify that all submitted work is original to you. For work involving multiple parties, submissions, consent to participate must be given by all participants and artists.



We are giving away $1,200 to a cover artist and $600 to 2 featured artists


November 21st (Submission deadline)

  • Submission deadline for 1st edition of Anthology (live event)

  • Artists pictures will be published on IG, Facebook during the onboarding process
  • Participation fee due before we publish your work on our networks
  • Early submissions will have a chance to campaign for cover artist longer
  • We work as a community to critique the art
  • You can invite your followers to vote like and give feedback


  • Facebook or IG like = 3 points
  • Facebook or IG comments = 5 points
  • An event like at SWG = 12 points
  • CreativeUTO staff like or comment = 12 points


Saturday, November 28th

  • Symposium Video Exhibit at Studio 77
  • Very limited space available at 77 Shuter
  • Bring foods, and wine
  • The event starts at 3 pm
  • There will be a live DJ
  • Artists must submit their artwork between
  • Doors open at 8 pm
  • Private event for artists and fundraisers
  • Fundraiser to sell the book
  • Social distancing rules are in effect (wear masks, limited to 50 people)


Saturday, December 12th (Final 20)

  • Symposium Video Exhibit at Studio 77
  • Bring 2 pieces of work between 1 and 4 pm
  • Very limited space available at 77 Shuter


Download the event PDF here


Event-goers get your tickets on Patreon

Artists click here to submit your artwork

Video Exhibits broadcasted live on CUTO Podcast

For fundraising, details go to our fundraiser page



30 Pictures From The Melanin Exhibit at Gallery 1017

The Melanin Exhibits

An art show celebrating over 600 thousand years of Black History. An event that invites collaboration by combining dance, poetry, music, and food while celebrating black culture


  • Saturday, February 29th

Hosted by

  • CreativeUTO
  • Gallery 1017




Saturday, February 29th

Hey everyone, 
We had an amazing event on Saturday
There won't be an event today
We will be back on Saturday the 29th at 7 pm 
We started off with the exhibit
Artists got to present and talk about their art to guests

Then we had a fashion show by No Niji


Live performances by Ele Maria

We all got on stage to talk about 3 things we're grateful for

We created selfie

use hashtag #MelaninXX #Gallery1017 #CreativeUTO #TAAP7

The event was scheduled until 1130 pm
but we stayed until around 130 am

But that's not the only part - Profit Share

  • Artists made their wall space money back before setting up
  • We created an ecosystem where everyone gets to eat
  • The Melanin Exhibit is $20 at the door
  • Artists got 40% of the cut referring guests 
  • Guests bring their friends, their dates, colleagues
  • Tickets sold in pairs of 2s and 3s
Artists used this link to invite guests -> https://form.jotform.com/93086128357261
All our projects have a profit share philosophy
  • This is the profit share for our exhibits
  • and because we want everyone to benefit
  • You also get 40% for every artist you refer to us
We extended the exhibit. It's every Saturday, until March 14th
We plan to have a potluck on Saturday so bring food

3 day or 7 day leases

Your lease is separate from the event
But it has been extended for 7 days as a thank you
You can renew again for 3 or 7-day packages

Become profitable through Profit Share

  • This gives you a chance to sell tickets to guests who may buy your work
  • You get 40% for tickets sold the rest pays for production and entertainers
  • You can sell tickets even if you're not exhibiting and make revenue
  • it gives you a chance to become profitable before the end of the week
  • And make revenue through March 14th

If you want to renew just let me know and I'll send you a new invoice

let me know if you want to do something within the event, 
Could it be a live performance, poetry, speech, live art, book reading?
We also offer solo shows
Next event

For the 29th, bring Soul Food, Wine cheese 

  • We're adding a potluck to the event
  • We will feature Tribal Face Mask painting by Ashante
  • We are having more live singers come out
  • We are introducing more artists at the exhibit
  • We are also introducing our Merchandising strategy and how you can sell through our website

#Melanin – Michael Bole, a Creative Director at Gallery 1017


Beauty Reflections

Last year I was invited to an art show by one of the artists exhibiting at The Annex Art Party 6. Eva Frydrych has been supportive of our initiative from the start with valuable input that helped grow the community.

One of her greater contributions was the invite to Beauty Reflection; this introduced me to an art gallery on 1017 Dupont. That’s where I met Adrian, the owner. We started talking about several topics including Toronto, Toronto art, and our culture.

That's when I pitched the idea.

Melanin - Celebrating over 600 years of Black History! We've been working on making it happen ever since. We continued our discussions and since then I've explained the concept behind Creative Unicorns of Toronto and that it’s a system designed for artists to share time and resources, collaborate together and work on in-house or 3rd party projects. From The Annex Art Party 6, Beauty Reflections, to now this makes Melanin a perfect platform to collaborate and use data from this event to continue creating content.


Creative Director

I will take on the role of Creative Director for these projects and I’m bringing a collaborative incubator that includes Jessica Singh as Copy Editor, another Business Developer Shorty Bryenton and Salomeh Ahmadi as our Copywriter. 

As a Creative Director with an eye for Business Development and a project management background, I will oversee the project and work closely with creators to make the best version of their vision come to life


The Melanin art Exhibits + Programs






The Melanin art Exhibits + Programs

Content will be broken down into programs and art exhibits. Art exhibits set the mood for a week or two animating about 1,000 Sq ft of wall space with art; presenting new themes that make statements relevant to our times. We're also developing programs like free-flowing dance, art classes, guided meditation, and potluck dinners.



The Melanin art Exhibits + Programs


Event Liability & Abandonment Agreement

Event Liability and Abandonment Agreement & Artist Code of Conduct

Updated December 2019

Safety, Liability and Insurance

The Annex Art Party and other CreativeUTO events take place in venues mentioned in their respective event outlines and will be refered to as (TAAP7) moving forward. Most CreativeUTO events are family friendly, open to the public and all people. A point of contact will be assigned to you in your welcome package for situations that you feel require attention. If you require Toronto Police Services, please call 911. Please notify staff or volunteers at the info tent of suspicious behaviour as soon as possible.

In consideration of (TAAP) providing you with a display area, you fully understand and completely agree that you will not hold (TAAP), its board members, staff, volunteers, agents, contractors, affiliates and sponsors, liable for any bodily injury, mental distress, death, lost or stolen property or loss or damage to any property belonging to yourself or any other person in, on or about your display area or on the site . Artists must secure adequate insurance coverage protecting themselves and all exhibit material from damage, theft and injury for the duration of the show including setup and tear down. As a part of your contract you are responsible for any loss or damage occurring at your booth.

Changes to your Booth Location

You understand that unless otherwise stated, your booth fee only covers your physical footprint and does not include table, wall space or tent rental. All artists are responsible for renting or bringing their own or renting through a CreativeUTO assigned 3rd party. You acknowledge, understand completely, and fully agree that CreativeUTO and their site hosts, and associates, may need to make changes to the event site footprint with or without notifying you, leading up to, during setup and/or during the live event after you set up. These changes may result in your booth display location being moved to another area of the site footprint. If you have set up a display that the CreativeUTO or (TAAP) does not approve of we can ask you to alter and/or remove said display. You acknowledge this, understand, and completely and fully agree that said changes/alterations, with or without notice to you, would not give rise to any claim by you or result in the CreativeUTO or (TAAP) owing any refund given these said changes.


You understand (TAAP) is a rain or shine event and agree to participate regardless of the weather. You understand and agree that in the event of severe weather conditions (TAAP) may be delayed, postponed or cancelled to ensure public safety and will not issue a refund or any compensation due to weather-related issues.

International Artists

International artists participating in (TAAP) are responsible for acquiring any required government authorization or visa and working with a customs broker to import their works into Canada. (TAAP) accepts no responsibility for any delays or seizures at the border, including exhibitors being turned away due to inadequate paperwork, criminal record or other reasons.


You acknowledge that The Annex Art Party does not accept cash or cheque payments for application, storage, advertising and booth fees under any circumstance. You must submit all payments trough PayPal via credit card, visa debit or prepaid credit card.

Application fees, storage fees and all related booth fees are non-refundable and non-negotiable under all circumstances.

Time Commitment

You also acknowledge, understand, and completely and fully agree, that you, the artist, must register and be present at your booth before the announced setup time on the day mentioned in your schedule, or you will be considered to have abandoned your booth and further, that if you, the artist, are not present at your booth by this time, whether or not you have registered, (TAAP) cannot guarantee your booth, display area, rental equipment, display tent, fencing, chairs, tables and accessories. (TAAP) and their affiliates are free to dismantle, move, and distribute all or part of the booth, display materials and accessories, and you will not be eligible for any refund or compensation from (TAAP) or their affiliates and will not hold them financially responsible or liable in any way.

If you experience an unavoidable delay please notify (TAAP) staff via phone or email. If approved by (TAAP) staff, arrange for a representative to attend and set up before the allotted time. Artist sales must end according to the fair hours, and booths must close at the times announced in your welcome package. Artists are expected to be loaded out and off the Square in a timely manner (90 minutes after fair close time).

Artist Must be Present

Artists must be present during the entire length of the fair and be there to represent the art community, themselves and their artwork. If you sell out your work, CretiveUTO asks that you return and are present for the remainder of the fair to represent yourself through engaging with visitors or social media in conversation about your work for the days of the fair. We take pride in putting the public in direct access with the artists who create the work. You acknowledge, understand, and agree, that you, the artist, will physically attend and sell your own artworks at the fair.

Artists are encouraged to bring family, friends etc. to aid in booth management, allow them to take coffee, lunch and washroom breaks etc. However your associates are not to replace your physical presence at the fair unless (TAAP) staff has given approval. Approval will only be given in emergency situations. In the event of an unforeseen absence or emergency, the artist must notify (TAAP) staff in writing (via email), and permission to designate a representative to replace the artist is at the discretion of (TAAP) staff upon receiving written notice. Artists recognize that their absence may result in their booth being shut down or ineligibility for awards judging.


You acknowledge that your participation means artists will automatically be signed up for the CreativeUTO newsletter and receive artist communications. You understand that (TAAP)’s promotional material and visual assets that are shared with you cannot be altered, and they can only be shared as is to protect the integrity of the design and brand. By submitting an application you allow (TAAP) to reproduce images of your work and bio text for use on the internet for the purpose of promoting the CreativeUTO events and initiatives. All images will be appropriately credited.

Other Responsibilities

You agree fully to leave the booth display area as found, removing all garbage and all other materials used to exhibit your work at our events and you understand that CreativeUTO and affiliates will invoice you for any damages

Artist Code of Conduct

CreativeUTO values respectful behavior, openness, positive attitude and a sense of community as our core culture. In all of our relationships, communications and partnerships with our stakeholders and artists, we abide by these core values and we expect the same in return from you.

(TAAP) has a zero tolerance policy for inappropriate behavior including, but not limited to, the use of foul language or insulting, racial slurs, and physical violence and verbal assault towards staff, volunteers, other artists or (TAAP) affiliates. If this type of behavior occurs, the artists will be escorted off the premises with no refunds of booth fees, application fees, Higgins rental fees, parking fees or any other expenses or payments and future participation in CreativeUTO events will be jeopardized.

To ensure fairness for every artist, the rules contained in this agreement will be strictly enforced. Consequences for violating the Liability and Abandonment Agreement are at the discretion of (TAAP) staff and board and can include your removal from the square with no refunds, as well as possible exemption from participating in future fairs.

You acknowledge that you fully understand and completely agree with the above terms, conditions and consequences as part of your participation in (TAAP).


We are looking for 23 Canadian artists

#TAAP6 – We are Looking for 23 Canadian Artists + New Dates & Location Change (Phase 2)

We are looking for 23 Canadian artists

#TAAP6 - Now at 918 Bathurst Street on Sunday, November 10th

Click the link below to register for the event

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfpd1daKMYd9L9gznHhAZTrqdltA9pmCCmkxryRLdR6ypNvIg/viewformClick here to register


Call to Artists

There are 60 interviews recorded for Toronto Artists Talk Solutions out of those 60 interviews 37 have registered for The Annex Art Party 6. All wall spaces have been sold out but we'll have an RSVP list.


TAAP6 - The Annex Art Party

A holiday pop-up market for up to 60 vendors that feature positive vibes for a creative community. Emerging artists of Toronto can connect through a series of beautifully choreographed events that include vending their art, mixing and mingling, and performing live art like dance or music. The event also offers food and beverages to artists and vendors alike.


Contemporary Extravaganza

is a display of contemporary art made by Canadian artists who work in diverse and unexpected contexts and whose artworks reveal highly personal and authentic forms of expression. Our aim is to introduce these artworks to a wide audience and to expand our understanding of what can be accepted as contemporary art.


New location

The new location is just up the street from Bathurst Station, it's at 918 Bathurst St. This new location allows us to host 2-day events on a weekend starting in May 2020 for #TAAP7. #TAAP6 will still be a 1-day event on Sunday, November 10th, 2019 starting at 2 pm. I am however already selling space for May 


Early bird ended August 1st:

  • $160 per table - without wall space
  • $180 per table with wall space
  • Wall spaces sold out (RSVP list for spaces


#TAAP6 (Phase 2 Viral Video)

  • You will be contacted for This is a Unicorn Meetup (viral video for the event)
  • We are looking for 23 Canadian artists
  • The Annex Art Party 6
  • on Sunday, November 10th
  • from 2 pm till 7 pm


#TAAP7 (Phase 1 – Early birds)

  • 2 days 60 tables per day
  • Starts on Saturday, May 30th, 2020
  • Goes until Sunday, May 31st, 2020
  • Both days are from 2 till 11 pm


Both will be hosted at


1 step registration process

Click here to register

When we receive your application we'll E-Mail you an invoice

  • We no longer process cash. We use Paypal
  • Paypal allows for debit card payments
  • We send you an invoice within 48 hours
  • We hold your space for 10 days
  • Only need a deposit to secure your space
  • Deposits are non-refundable.
  • Must have full payment on the event date

12 Outdoor Art Events to Take Advantage of for Summer 2019

12 Art Events to Take Advantage of for Summer 2019

The summer in Toronto started a bit late. However, the events will be scheduled as planned, and outdoors.

Overall, Toronto is flourishing with art, performances and family gatherings. We had an increase in art investment back in 2013 to $25 per capita after significant advocacy. (FYI Ottawa spends $28 per capita on arts funding; Calgary, $42; Vancouver, $47; and Montreal, $55; including overlooking the arts in the 2018 federal budget).

In addition, the 2018 economic impacts of arts in the province of Ontario documented by Ontario Arts Council, where "arts and culture products represent $25.7 billion or 3.5% of the province's gross domestic product (GDP) and over 269,000 jobs." This is no easy feat. We all enjoy the arts, all the more reason to continue investing and supporting the arts in the public. 



Arts Investment Requires a Dedicated Audience

While there are many events throughout the city, below is a list of some of the bigger events so you can plan your summer (and your spending) accordingly.


  • Sundays: Kensington Market and their pedestrian last Sundays of each month until October 27th, 2019.
  • Sundays: Evergreen Brickworks and their Sunday Artisan Market until November.
  • July 5 – 7:  Beaches Jazz Festival  a block party with jazz that runs from Friday to Sunday.
  • July 7: - AfroFest at Woodbine Park, African music festival
  • July 3 – 14: Fringe Festival (theatre) showcasing 150+ productions every July at 30+ venues around downtown Toronto, with affordable ticket prices.
  • July 12 – 14: Toronto Outdoor Art Fair art talks, tours, installations, performances, and family fun, an art fair with significant foot traffic.
  • July 27: Black Owned Unity Black-Owned Summer Market, a social enterprise that was started to unite the black community around the goal of economic development.
  • Aug. 17: Rasta Fest music, dance, ancestral drumming, arts/crafts market place, ital food cuisine, children/youth activities, writers’ corner and a live concert
  • Aug. 17 – 18: Chinatown Festival the theme this year is the 12 Chinese Zodiac; various cultural performances on two stages with about 80 vendors to showcase Asian culture
  • Aug. 30 – Sept. 2: Artfest Toronto at the Distillery Labour Day Weekend, focuses on fine art and craft with a splash of gourmet food, with a curated selection of 80 artists.
  • Sept 6 – Sept 8: Cabbagetown Art and Crafts, a community-based arts and crafts sale.
  • Sept 14 – 15: Danforth East Art Fair a free event held in East Lynn Park, located on the south side of the Danforth between Coxwell and Woodbine, dozens of art vendors.
  • Sept 21-22: Queen West Art Crawl an Outdoor Art Exhibition in beautiful Trinity Bellwoods Park in September, which draws over 60,000 visitors annually.


I hope you’re subscribed to Instant Coffee for their gallery events newsletter: www.instantcoffee.org/

Or visit Now Toronto for more arts events https://nowtoronto.com/search/event/art/#page=1

Call to Artists – 60 Spaces Available for #TAAP6 (Phase 1)

TAAP6 - The Annex Art Party

A holiday pop up market for up to 60 vendors that features positive vibes for a creative community; emerging artists of Toronto can connect through a series of beautifully choreographed events that include vending their art, mixing and mingling, and performing live art like dance or music. The event also offers food and beverages to artists and vendors alike.


#TAAP6 #CreativeUTO #Curatoronthego #CUTO  #TOArtistsTalkSolutions #ArtistsGiftIdeas

Register online: Step 1

  • Vendors register tables for free
  • Early bird tables are $145 without wall space
  • Early bird payments are due August 1st
  • Returning artist E-mail us and we'll update your info
  • Here is the registration link for this form
  • Scroll down for more info


Contemporary Extravaganza

is a display of contemporary art made by Canadian artists who work in diverse and unexpected contexts and whose artworks reveal highly personal and authentic forms of expression. Our aim is to introduce these artworks to a wide audience and to expand our understanding of what can be accepted as contemporary art.


  • Saturday, December 7, 2019 12 pm – 9 pm,


  • Center for Social Innovation – 720 Bathurst Street




The Unicorn Awards 2019

Introducing The Winter Unicorn Awards a follow up of The Unicorn Awards during #TAAP5.

Voting will start on November 16t through CUTO Marketplace, Facebook group and IG Pages. Voting will continue throughout the event through ballots as well as on the @CreativeUTO IG page for most hearts and or comments (let's call it volume).

  • Voting for Unicorn Awards starts November 16th
  • Voting on the floor starts as soon as doors open
  • Event goers and Judges walk around with ballots
  • Votes are counted and revealed at 6 p.m.
  • The awards will be presented to artists starting at 6:00 p.m.


Golden Unicorns

  • Artists who get the most votes get golden unicorns
  • Runner ups get silver unicorns


3 step registration process


Step 1


Step 2

  • Secure your table with through PayPal
  • PayPal takes debit cards
  • Limited space available based on 1st pay 1st serve
  • Early bird tables are due August 1st


$145 for a 2 by 3 feet table - without wall space 


$160 for a 2 by 3 with 9 feet tall wall space (12 to 20 spaces available )

  • Limited wall spaces available
  • Wall space is about 3 feet (length of your table)
  • 9 feet high (the space behind your table
  • Must bring in painter's tape to or wires to hang up your art


Note - Early bird deposits are due on August 1st


Step 3

 Feel free to send messages through chat (on your right) It's tied to our Facebook fanpage

#TAAP6 – CreativeUTO 2019 Mediakit for Sponsorship Opportunities

Help Sponsor an art show


Download our media kit below


About The Annex Art Party

We are looking to collaborate with forward-thinking corporations to create sponsorship opportunities that align with their strategic goals and messages. 
A bit about our organization. We are a socially conscious incubator that advances profit-sharing creative projects. We support, educate, and develop entrepreneurs, coders, artists, creators, and developers from all walks of life. We drive forward projects through SMARTER collaboration from the foundation up. But most importantly, we build and multiply spaces for creators to come together to combat the all too common and interconnected epidemics of isolation, mental health, and homelessness in the creative community.


We look forward to exploring how your company’s support for our exhibitions and projects (both financially and in-kind) can help engage audiences.

In return we have designed a marketing campaign that will reach over: 

  • 3 million people in the downtown core through a guerrilla marketing strategy
  • Includes a street team (of Unicorns in Unicorn masks) who raises awareness for our organizations
  • By handing out a postcard with envelopes promoting our individual companies
  • A poster campaign that targets the busiest intersections along Bathurst (the street where the event will be)
  • This campaign also includes social media awareness (we will take lots of video and pictures)
  • Reach out to a community of artists on social media and in-person 
  • Collaborating on an art installation for change
  • and be a judge to help vote for the Winter Unicorn Awards at the event
  • Your logos will be represented at the event, all marketing material including social media

Download our media kit below


About The Annex Art Party


Join – Volunteer at BIG on Bloor: Bloordale. Arts. Culture

BIG on Bloor Festival, a summer arts and culture festival that happens on July 20th in Bloordale, is looking for volunteers! Please share the below posting with anyone you know who may be interested. Volunteers 13+ are accepted, with volunteer hours given to high school students, and no experience is required. Feel free to email me with any questions. 
Join us as a volunteer at BIG on Bloor: Bloordale. Arts. Culture
(http://www.bigonbloorfestival.com/) on July 20th! This summer festival happens along a car-free stretch of Bloor Street West between Dufferin and Lansdowne to celebrate local arts, culture and community, and has drawn up to 100,000 people. We rely on the help of volunteers for the festival's success!
 Volunteers help with a variety of roles, from set-up and take-down of vendor spaces and creative installations, to helping visitors navigate the festival, to running the information booths. This year our volunteers will also play the exciting and important role of helping bring to life our goal of having a zero-waste festival. Volunteer shifts are five hours each, with breaks for food and refreshments. This is a great opportunity to gain volunteers hours, meet awesome people, and make an impact. 
Sign-up here: http://www.bigonbloorfestival.com/sign-up/



Toronto RISE Project

Podcast – Let’s Make Another Potluck/Meetup Happen on Saturday, May 26th at 720 Bathurst

Podcast - Let's Make Another Potluck/Meetup Happen.


Saturday, May 26th

Hello Unicorns Karen Swyszcz here, part of Research and Development with Creative Unicorns of Toronto. I'm excited to be part of CUTO podcast and our monthly Meetups. I can't wait to cover more topics that can benefit you and your business at our next Potluck Meetup


These topics include:

  • How To Analyze A Business Opportunity
  • Networking Effectively/Strategically
  • Saving Money While Running A Business
  • Things Learned in the First Couple of Years of Business
  • How To Stay Motivated In Your Business

What are you working on?

  • Do you have any topics you'd like to discuss? Sell your art, workshops, services, exchange skills & information 

We record the conversation for our podcast


  • What food are you bringing?
  • Let's connect, let's eat

Join CreativeUTO Marketplace on Meetup 

Meetup on last Sunday at 6:00 pm

  • Bring your own food/drinks
  • Free to RSVP

(RSVP through link below)
The next Meetup in on Sunday May 26th at 720 Bathurst St.


For more info about CreativeUTO