Toque Craft Fair is an annual community event and fundraiser hosted by Western Front. It showcases a curated selection of British Columbia-based artists, craftspeople, and designers who make textiles, ceramics, jewellery, accsesories, stationery, and home and body products. After two years of being a virtual marketplace due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Toque returned to in-person shopping and expanded across both floors of Western Front.

Toque is all about goodwill, community, and fostering sustainability for artists and artist-run culture in Vancouver. The participating artists, craftspeople, and designers generously donated 30% of all sales to support Western Front’s artistic program. 

Participating vendors included Ami Like Miami, AxeWood Inc., Cloth Tone, Cracher Dans La Soupe Parfum, Draw Me A Lion, Dunbar Pottery, Erin Templeton, fancypop, Goodbeast, Haley Hunt-Brondwin, Heike Kapp Art, Henderson Dry Goods, Julia Chirka, Kate Metten Ceramics, Kerria Gray, Made By Elliot, Mayari Rodriguez, MDW Jewelry, Melodie Borosevich, Mona Lisa Ali, NEW LOoK, Paperbacknote, Project Weekend, See You Soon Studio, Stationery for Horses, Studio Daisy, Studio Note, The Little Things, tuk + milo, WarmAndDrift, Wool Parade, and Woolf Glass.

Presented with the support of A&B Partytime Rentals, Buy-Low Foods, Gulf & Fraser Financial Group, Main Street Brewing Co., Mount Pleasant Business Improvement Area, and St Hubertus & Oak Bay Estate Winery.


Western Front is a non-profit
artist-run centre in Vancouver.

We acknowledge the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ílwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations as traditional owners of the land upon which Western Front stands.