AfroChic develops unique spaces and experiences for artistically inclined, socially conscious, fashion forward Canadian's through an annual exhibit. As we prepare to celebrate Canada's 150, AfroChic will be highlighting contributions of Afro-Canadians from the past and present at the annual exhibit which has attracted over 3000 patrons over 5 years.
Why should you sponsor?
AfroChic Art Exhibits brings in a large diverse crowd every year. Our clientele mainly includes individuals with salaries over national average household income that are interested in building personal generational wealth as well as help the Black Canadian community strive culturally and financially. We are offering partnership spaces that will be a great opportunity for a financial institution to connect their brand to this movement. Also, the Exhibit attracts many up and coming entrepreneurs as the Exhibit provides a space to showcase or promote their work. These small business owners could greatly benefit from professional financial literacy and guidance from financial institutions therefore a booth at the Exhibit to educate small business owners how to best manage their business transactions would be greatly received.
AfroChic Cultural Arts Exhibit
AfroChic Cultural Arts Exhibit is produced by AfroChic, a youth run organization who develop unique spaces and experiences for artistically inclined, socially conscious, fashion forward patrons. We execute an annual exhibit that highlights the culturally rich talents of Canadian's from the African diaspora.
Over seven years in the making, AfroChic has become one of Toronto’s pre-eminent art exhibitions having featured over 200 up and coming fashion designers, musicians, visual artists, digital artists and spoken word vocalists. AfroChic has attracted hundreds of Torontonians and international guests.
In the past, AfroChic was sponsored by Essence Magazine as well as Elle Canada. AfroChic has been hosted by CBC's very own Amanda Parris and has provided the opening platforms for a few of Toronto's most notable talents including Kofi's Art and Omi Woods, formerly known as Asikere Afana.