It Starts With Space.
Artscape is currently offering several space opportunities for individuals and organizations at Artscape YOUNGplace, the Adelaide/Widmer Arts Space, and the Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre. Find the details and contact information for each opportunity below.
Four New Artscape YOUNGplace Open House Dates in April
Only three studios left! Learn more about purchasing below-market workspace at Artscape YOUNGplace. Professional artists and not-for-profit arts and community organizations are invited to join us at one of the following open houses:
Please register with Marisa Scarpino, Sales Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-737-7466 to confirm your attendance.
To view the sales package outlining the vision for the centre, floorplans and pricing, click here>
Artscape YOUNGplace is a multidimensional facility designed to build capacity for creativity and innovation and bring people and ideas together under one roof. It will repurpose the existing historic Shaw Street School through a $12-million restoration project, bringing new life to the century-old heritage building.
Each classroom studio has soaring ceilings, abundant natural light and unique schoolroom finishes. Available studios range in size from 500-1000 sq. ft. and may be used for production, exhibition, education, programming and administrative purposes.
For more information, visit www.ArtscapeYOUNGplace.ca
Call for Proposals: Adelaide/Widmer Arts Space
Artscape is currently accepting applications from non-profit or charitable arts and cultural organizations interested in leasing ground floor public access space for performance and/or public programming activities at the Adelaide/Widmer Arts Space (working title), Artscape's latest development in the Entertainment District. The performance space is approximately 6,250 square feet, including a mezzanine level that offers space for technical, storage or administrative uses. For more information, visit www.torontoartscape.org/adelaide-widmer
The application submission deadline is May 15, 2012.
Artscape is hosting an Information Session on Tuesday, April 24th at 4:00 pm for those interested in use of the space. It will be held in The Lab, 4th Floor, TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King Street West, Toronto. Please RSVP online to confirm your attendance.
If you have any questions, contact Director of Tenant Services Christine Paglialunga at email@example.com or 416-392-1038 x21
This new performance/programming space represents a unique opportunity for an organization or group of organizations to be part of the lively Entertainment District and John Street Cultural Corridor, one of Toronto's most popular arts and cultural destinations. The neighbourhood is home to established cultural institutions like TIFF Bell Lightbox, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, OCAD University, Roy Thomson Hall, the National Film Board of Canada, Canadian Broadcast Centre and the Princess of Wales Theatre. In addition to these attractions, the Entertainment District is home to many cultural and creative sector workplaces and a growing residential community.
The Adelaide/Widmer Arts Space is a partnership between Artscape, the City of Toronto and The Daniels Corporation.
Call for Proposals: Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre
Artscape is currently accepting applications from non-profit or charitable organizations interested in leasing a 1,990 sq. ft. turnkey programming space on the second floor of the Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre at below-market rent. To learn more about the Call for Proposals, click here.
The ideal respondent will contribute to the "learning" focus of the second floor of the Centre. The application submission deadline is April 23, 2012.
An Information Session will be held on April 10, 2012 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm at the Centre of Learning, 540 Dundas St. East (map). Please RSVP online>
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Artscape offers live/work space and work space for professional artists and not-for-profit organizations in ten buildings across Toronto. Artscape operates at 100% occupancy with vacancies filled from a waiting list. To become a tenant, sign up for our Work Space and Live/Work Space waiting lists.
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Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2011, Artscape is a not-for-profit organization that makes space for creativity and transforms communities. Artscape projects provide affordable space for creativity while generating positive cultural, economic, social and environmental impacts. Artscape has transformed a portfolio of underutilized buildings across Toronto into dynamic community assets that serve to enable innovation and creativity, including the award-winning Artscape Wychwood Barns and multi-tenant arts facilities in the Queen Street West, Liberty Village, Toronto Island and Distillery Historic District neighbourhoods.
In addition to Artscape YOUNGplace, Artscape is currently developing the Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre, a 60,000 sq. ft. new-build project created in partnership with Toronto Community Housing and The Daniels Corporation, and located in the heart of the Regent Park community revitalization project. Collectively, Artscape manages 10 buildings for 863 artist and cultural worker tenants and owners in 417,000 square feet of space. www.torontoartscape.org