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Burroughes Building Art Space

639 Queen St. W., Toronto Ontario Canada

416-360-5757

Burroughes Building Art Space Originally built as a Department store 1907 with an addition in 1910, the Burroughes is continually defining Queen Street West as the tallest building on this trendy stretch. The Burroughes was not always known as such. Only until recently, once Queen Street Partners purchased and repositioned the property, did [more]

Resistor Gallery

284E College Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto Ontario Canada

(416) 849 3975

Resistor Gallery, located right smack dab in downtown Toronto, just west of College and Spadina, is now available for private events and filming. Resistor Gallery is different than other event venues, we like to keep things simple. You aren't going to get surprised by hidden costs, nor will you be saddled with required suppliers (although we can [more]

Toronto School of Circus Arts

425 Wellington St. West, Toronto Ontario Canada

Toronto School of Circus Arts offers programs and classes for all levels, ages and interests. The schools mission is to extend circus arts to the general public on a recreational and professional level. The schools training facility is home to individuals interested in pursuing an alternative to everyday fitness, as well as Torontos world renowned [more]

Arta Gallery

14 Distillery Lane, Toronto Ontario Canada

Arta Gallery is the most important arts and culture center in Toronto. It began in 2003 and has continued it's outstanding vision of promoting art in everyday life. Arta is a professional gallery for professional commercial arts venue for collectors and artists. [more]

The Music Gallery

197 John Street, Toronto Ontario Canada

"The Music Gallery is a centre for promoting and presenting innovation and experimentation in all forms of music, and for encouraging cross-pollination between genres, disciplines and audience." - The Music Gallery's official website. [more]