401 RICHMOND STREET WEST

We're a restored, heritage-designated, industrial building in downtown Toronto that is home to over 140 artists, cultural producers, microenterprises, galleries, festivals, and shops. The building is a thriving arts hub that is open to the public. Some of the events we have coming up are listed below - for a complete list of activities both on and off site check out our EVENTS CALENDAR
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Old Plant, New Plant
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WHAT'S NEW
Built for Art: The Shape and Form of the Future CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Looking for a space to hold your next meeting or workshop? Check out Studio 408

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BUILT FOR ART: THE SHAPE AND FORM OF THE FUTURE

OCTOBER 4, 2014
SUNSET - SUNRISE

Built for Art presents: The Shape and Form of the Future. An independent project for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Would you like to be part of our program? Download our CALL FOR PROPOSALS and send us your project details by August 21 for consideration.

In 2013 we presented Practice Practice and the complete list of participants and projects can be found on our Practice x 2 Tumblr

IF THIS WALL COULD TALK...

ONGOING

401 Richmond is a hive of activity. For 20 years, countless people have worked, created, played, watched, learned, grown, been inspired, visited, and called it home.

Please share a favourite memory of 401 Richmond and we'll happily post a selection on our wall (outside Abbozzo Gallery on the ground floor). They may inspire new stories for the future!

Post it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @401richmond #401faves

Part of our 20th anniversary celebrations. Vinyl installatin by Saman Design (Studio 208).


LAST WEDNESDAYS

SEPTEMBER 24, OCTOBER 29, NOVEMBER 26

Last Wednesdays will be on hiatus for July and August. We will return in the fall with great new exhibitions, shops, and events. Join us on Facebook



FROLIC 4

We celebrate the season with our fourth annual festive open house, Frolic. Join us for gallery exhibitions including sales of original artwork, artist open studios, a marketplace featuring close to 30 makers, unique musical and design-minded gifts from our shops, and special interactive activities for all ages. Check family and friends off your holiday gift list, while supporting local businesses and makers in an atmosphere that will bring inspiration to your giving. Come Frolic with us!

ARTISANS MARKETPLACE

DECEMBER 4 - 7, 2014
The annual Artisans Marketplace features local makers offering unique gifts for the holiday season. Meet the artisans and find special treasures that are sure to delight. Admission is free, there's a café and ATM on site, and just by attending you can enter our raffle to win one of two gift baskets bursting with wares from our vendors.
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ARTISTS OPEN STUDIO

TBA, 2014
Artists Open Studio invites visitors into the workspaces of resident artists at 401 Richmond offering a chance to meet the artists and see their work right where they create it.

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2015

EARTH DAY FAIR

TBD

Meet the green partners we work with to make 401 Richmond an earth-friendly place to work and a selection of our tenants from the environmental sector.

JANE'S WALK

TBD
JANE'S WALK celebrates the ideas and legacy of urbanist Jane Jacobs by getting people out exploring their neighbourhoods and meeting their neighbours with a series of free neighbourhood walks.

DOORS OPEN

TBA, 2015
Doors Open Toronto provides rare access to more than 155 architecturally, historically, culturally, and socially significant buildings across Toronto.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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