There’s nothing like enjoying a cool craft beer on a sunny day right? Well, local Toronto brewery, Collective Arts, takes it up a notch by featuring artist’s work on their craft beer labels. Not only can you enjoy a warm day on their patio, but you can support emerging artists while you do it! Their combination of craft beverages with featuring artwork, especially during the pandemic, sets Collective Arts apart from the rest.
Located in the vibrant Trinity-Bellwoods neighbourhood, Collective Arts serves dishes like tacos, fried chicken, empanadas and of course, craft beer. With artwork covering the building it’s pretty hard to miss this place on Dundas St. West. Every three months they switch up their labels with artwork submitted by artists in the community. PS. Their patio IS open!
“We use our beer cans as a vehicle to bring the creative class closer to the artists that inspire them”Collective Arts
Call for Submissions
In order to showcase as much creativity as possible, Collective Arts changes up the artwork on their labels every three months. They are currently searching for spring art with the submission deadline landing on May 31st 2021. This Toronto brewery loves to showcase artwork from artists of different ages, backgrounds, ethnicities and everything in between.
It’s free to submit your artwork to Collective Art and you can do so here. Each chosen artist will be compensated for their work and keep full ownership. They will also be featured under the artwork section of Collective Brew’s website which will let visitors learn more about their style.
The submission process is simple and you can follow their submission guidelines here.