Painter Info AB600 – All-Stars and Wildcards Event in Toronto on Dec 19th!

You are invited to compete at Art Battle – All-Stars and Wildcard  on Tuesday, December 19th!

You must ACCEPT this invitation to participate. If you do not accept within 48 hours your spot may not be guaranteed.

Event Information

Art Battle – All Stars and Wildcards
The Great Hall
1087 Queen St W
Tuesday, December 19th

Doors open to public: 7:30PM

TICKETS: $20 General Admission / $15 Earlybird / $10 Student

Local Organizer
The local painter contact for this event is Morgan Booth! If you need to get in contact with Art Battle on the day of the event Morgan can be reached at [email protected] or by text at 647 688 0229

Social Media
Invite all your friends to the Facebook event!
Instagram: @artbattle #artbattle #20minutepainting

Three round competition
Art Battle is Live Competitive Painting. 12 painters create the best work they can using only acrylic paint across three 20 minute rounds of public painting. 6 painters will compete in Round 1, another 6 in Round 2, the top two painters from each round will go into a 3rd and Final Round with a new canvas. The audience vote for the winners of each round, and the single winner of each event. The winner of each event, as determined by audience vote, will win a spot in the 2018 Toronto City Finals!


We have invited 8 of our best Champion and All Star artists – the 8 remaining artists will be chosen by Wildcard draw, only past Art Battle competitors will be permitted to submit their name for the random draw.

Silent Auction
Works created at Art Battle will be silent auctioned with 50% of the proceeds going to the artists. Your local organizer will let you know the expected timeline and method of payment at the event. Works that do not sell remain the property of Art Battle.

What to bring
You should only bring your BRUSHES and any other non-marking, non-mechanical tools you would like to use. Art Battle will provide the following materials – canvas, paint, easels, water containers, palettes, mixing plates and shop towels for rags.

More questions?
More questions and answers are posted on

Let’s paint!
Art Battle International