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 […]
Gallery 7A is a contempoary art gallery in the heart of Hintonburg’s booming arts scene. We feature works by Ottawa’s best established and emerging artists. Aside from themed group and solo exhibits we also feature private event bookings and hosting as well as many other services.
Twist Gallery is a 5,000 sq ft. social event and art gatherting located on Queen Street West. Twist showcases emerging and established artists, displaying a variety of contemporary art practices, as well as hosting various cultural events.
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 the name […]
The P.C. Ho Theatre is a state-of-the-art theatre located in the Phase II building, with a seating capacity of 390 on the main floor (orchestra level) and 236 on the balcony level. The stage can be set up in a special concert mode that turns the theatre into a concert hall suitable for musical performances; […]
Tribal Knights With its headquarters based in Toronto, Canada, TRIBAL KNIGHTS™ is a Creative Arts Center and Mas Club committed to bringing quality Carnival experiences to the community. Established in 2007 by Founder and Band Leader Dexter Seusahai, TRIBAL KNIGHTS™ has emerged as one of the most successful Mas Bands of the last decade. Driven […]
209 Harbord St. (just east of Bathurst), Toronto Ontario Canada 416588-2011-
Communication Art Gallery Communication Art Gallery is located at 209 Harbord St., just east of Bathurst. We showcase established and emerging artists in a variety of mediums. Exhibitions usually run from three weeks to a month. We try to provide diversity in our shows and switch them up fairly regularly, but also allow ample time […]
Queen West Market, which was formerly known as SPIN gallery, is the only weekend-only market place located above The Social and 69 Vintage. Queen West Market allows vendors to showcase their products from art to fashion designs to collectibles or food creations. It’s the number 1 market stop for unique findings.