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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]

Wasted Space

74 Celina Street, Oshawa Ontario Canada

Evolving from the burgeoning creative scene in Oshawa, a charming What-If has now flourished into an ever-expanding reality: Wasted Space! Located within the growing Downtown core, Wasted Space is a Cafe/Lounge that offers freshly brewed coffee and a selection of delicious treats in a comfortable, off-beat atmosphere, as well as a bar-stocked [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]

The Great Hall

1087 Queen St. West, Toronto Ontario Canada

416-537-0803

The Great Hall is approximately 2600 Square Feet. It has a 40-foot vaulted ceiling, a balcony with a sweeping wrought iron railing and a fully-sprung hardwood floor. The stage is located at the south end of the hall and the bar area at the north end. Because of its unique design the hall can comfortably seat from 50 to 200 people for dinner, [more]

Royal Ontario Museum

100 Queens Park- Bloor Street Entrance, Toronto Ontario Canada

416 586 8000

Welcome to the Royal Ontario Museums website. I hope you find it to be a useful resource, and welcome your comments on its design and features. The Royal Ontario Museum is among the worlds leading museums of natural history, and of world cultures. Indeed, in combining a universal museum of cultures with that of natural history, the ROM offers [more]

Studio 561 Gallery

561 Bloor Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada

647-859-4683

Our passion is to provide for artists at various stages of their careers and from all walks of life, a centre to congregate, network and exhibit in solo or group shows. Work can be from any medium (painting, drawing, sculpture, photography etc.) including video and installation works. Studio 561 is a unique art gallery with a creative [more]

Gallery 345

345 Sorauren Avenue, Toronto Ontario Canada

Gallery 345 is located in a century-old warehouse in Toronto's West end. It's L shaped space, wood ceilings, brick walls and dimly lit hallways make it the perfect place for an art display. Owner and founder Edward Epstein since opening Gallery 345 in 2005 has added contemporary music to it with a piano and recording equipment. The gallery now has [more]

Art Gallery of Ontario

317 Dundas Street West , Toronto Ontario Canada

1-877-225-4246

Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest art museums in North America, with a physical facility of 486,000 square feet. The AGO explanded it's facility in 2008 with an innovative architectural design by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry. [more]

Robert McLaughlin Gallery

72 Queen Street, Civic Centre, Oshawa Ontario Canada

905.576.3000

The Robert McLaughlin Gallery is the largest public art gallery in Durham Region. The Gallery serves the educational, intellectual, and aesthetic needs of the community both locally and nationally, while collaborating with other galleries that have similar goals. [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]

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