Please help us welcome Peter Farmer and Ryan Joseph to our exclusive roster.
We are always on the look-out for the most engaging, stylish and creative live performers that we can collaborate with and share with YOU! Astound your audience with customized artwork or let the artist live paint the party as it happens!
Peter is a British artist residing in Toronto. He paints internationally, his work featured in major galleries such as Musée des Beaux Arts and the MAC – Musée d’Art Contemporain. Peter creates live paintings at events and customizes your vision. While the painting is being created your guests will be engaged and entertained as the masterpiece develops in front of their eyes.
What drives Ryan Joseph is his imagination and creative prowess. Ryan Joseph began his journey in the art world as a self-taught artist. Living and working in Toronto, he has poured his life experiences into his art. His style is abstract figurative. He uses vivid and bold colours and textures that make the art come alive. Look no further, this GQ artist knows how to engage and entertain!
The Spin Starlets are a futuristic fusion of technology, choreography, costumes, cirque and music. The incredibly innovativeperformance puts these starlets at the forefront of modern, corporate entertainment.
The Spin Starlets are a group of three to five fresh, strong, and charismatic women. They combine state of the art LED props, such as hula hoops, poi, fans, ropes and wands with choreographed routines to music. Their custom costumes can change depending on the theme and are a spectacle in their own right. Their look is topped with LED motion sensor goggles and white wigs.
These starlets make your brand come alive by incorporating logos, text and images; mixed with abstract designs in an array of vivid colours and shapes. They create striking and viral-worthy moments, for maximum digital impact. We know this is what todays planners yearn for and expect.
The Spin Starletsknow how to take it up a notch! Blend their combined talents, add a good dose of LED, sprinkle in fresh beats and together they create fire (in a safe non-flammable way, of course). These women bring the energy and excitement your event needs!
*** With a costume designer, choreographer and DJ on this team, your act can be customized in any way!!
Like they always say, April Showers brings May Flowers. It’s May and the flowers are here, just in time for Mother’s Day (coincidence? I think not).
Take mom to see the insanely lovely Cherry Blossom’s in High Park. These Sakura trees were gifted to Canada from Japan and planted mostly in High Park. Every year in early May they blossom and create quite the sceptical. Take mom for a walk here to enjoy the beauty of blooms, you can spend the day here walking the whole park and set up a picnic at one of the many picnic tables, or arrive early to claim one of the available BBQ’s!
If Mother’s Day happens to be rainy, or you want to see a variety of plants, including a cactus room and an orchid room, head nowhere other than Allen Gardens. This free, massive green house offers beautiful views, with a bit less of a crowd.
7. Fun, Fabulous Food Finds
Have fun and get creative with your treats! From homemade popsicles that show your love, to limited edition Tim Horton’s Timbit Bouquets!
Discover Mother’s Day art installations, endless beautiful, handcrafted gifts and local vendors and lots of yummy food! With two locations in Toronto, Union Station and Scarborough Town Centre, this is an easy pick for mom’s special day!
Happy Mother’s Day!
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