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99 Sudbury

99 Sudbury Street, Toronto, Ontario Canada

416 849 6567

99 Sudbury is one Toronto's most sought after venues, featuring an open concept warehouse style main room that proves perfect for dance parties, art exhibitions or anything else you can think of doing with it. Located in the Liberty Village neighbourhood, It's a versatile and durable tabula-rosa serving event planners to bring their vision to [more]

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Royal Ontario Museum

100 Queens Park- Bloor Street Entrance, Toronto, Ontario (Bloor Yorkville) 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]

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Burroughes Building Art Space

639 Queen St. W., Toronto, Ontario (Downtown) Canada


The Burroughes Building Art Space serves as the tallest, as well as one of the most popular, buildings in Toronto's ultra-hip Queen Street West neighborhood. Built as a department store in 1907, the location now plays host to some of the most innovative events in the city including art showings, film screenings and dance parties. [more]

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Everleigh Toronto

580 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario Canada

416 - 368-0014

Not quite a nightclub and not just a bar or lounge, The Everleigh is a fresh take on Canadian nightlife interpreted through nostalgia, art, music, cocktails and culture and is the seventh venture from (C)apture Group, helmed by Toronto hospitality trendsetters Zark Fatah and Ralf Madi. The Everleigh caters to evolved King West faithfuls by fusing [more]

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Resistor Gallery

284E College Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario (Downtown) 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]

Studio 561 Gallery

561 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario Canada


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 (High Park Parkdale) 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]

Tribal Knights

83 Dynamic dr, Toronto, Ontario (Scarborough) Canada


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 [more]

DeLeon White Gallery

1096 QueenStreet West (at Dove, Toronto, Ontario (Queen West Soho) Canada


The DeLeon White Gallery (DWG) opened in Toronto, in a 6,000 sq.ft. renovated space back in 1995. Since then, it has been committed to exhibiting work by some of the worlds most accomplished and critically acclaimed contemporary artists. In particular, the artists exhibiting at the DWG work within environmental or ecological paradigms, issues [more]