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Kaley Flowers’ Heavy-Hearted Garden Party

Kaley Flowers’ Heavy-Hearted Garden Party

Web nostalgia, digital culture and Froot Loops tones collide in Kaley Flowers’ ceramic sculptures. Heavy-Hearted Garden Party, Flowers’ upcoming exhibition at Artscape Youngplace, uses a playful mythology of characters to explore the internet's…

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Weston Community Consultation Results

We're pleased to announce a number of developments in our Artscape Weston Hub project. Browse these updates and you'll get a sense of an energetic, thriving arts-based community hub-to-be! New…

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Youth Workers Make Change In Regent Park

Youth Workers Make Change in Regent Park

Jason and Jermyn Creed talk mentorship, loving their community and how the next generation is giving back By Karen Whaley | Photography by Yasin Osman | Sound Recording/Editing by Candice McCavitt Jason and Jermyn…

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Sewing The Quilt Of Love

Sewing the Quilt of Love

By Karen Whaley | Photography by Yasin Osman | Videography by Candice McCavitt Regent Park: A Love Poem In the lobby of the Paintbox Condos hangs a remarkable quilt titled, “Regent Park: A Love…

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Daniels Spectrum Wins Global Award

Artscape, together with development partners Toronto Community Housing, The Daniels Corporation and the Regent Park Community, and project architect Diamond Schmitt Architects, were honoured with the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI)…

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Our New Senior Management Team

Our New Senior Management Team

Artscape announced today the appointment of Jane Hopgood as the new Director of Fund Development and Nidhi Khanna as the new Managing Director for Daniels Spectrum. Both will play an…

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Salon 2016: Connecting With Creativity

Salon 2016: Connecting with Creativity

Our 5th annual Artscape Salon, presented by Rockport and Hines Tridel, not only sold out early, but was also our biggest and most successful yet! Over 300 attendees and 32 Featured Guests came to…

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Artscape Gibraltar Point is sad to announce that, due the flooding on the Toronto Islands and our concerns for public safety, we have made the difficult decision to cease short-term residency and event operations for the rest of June and the first two weeks of July. Stay tuned for updates!

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