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The Gladstone Hotel’s Art Hut project will be coming to an end this April, and will soon become the home to another condo.
The six-month pop-up initiative looked to “animate the currently empty property” directly across from the hotel at Queen Street West and Gladstone.
“It’s been fantastic,” said Christina Zeidler, the president of The Gladstone Hotel. “We’ve had everything from artists using the space as residency space, or people having something that was just a pure installation and people could come and look at it.”
But come May, the art space will be replaced with a sales centre and then later on by a 16-storey condo.
By Paul Rocca Comic artists from around the world gathered at the Toronto Reference Library this weekend for the annual Toronto Comic Arts Festival. The two-day event featured interviews, readings, panels and workshops as well as an all-day vendor fair from comic artists and writers. And kicking off the event on Saturday was a hosted
By Megan Rach Torontonians have the chance to tell their friends they “knew that band” before they got big. Bandcamp, Theatre Passe Muraille‘s newest addition to their program, kicks off on October 25, bringing new up-and-coming musicians of any genre to the stage the last Friday of every month until May 30th (excluding December).
By Tatiana Patterson “Movies will make you famous; Television will make you rich; But theatre will make you good.” – Terrence Mann Can the same be said for puppetry? Puppet enthusiasts will soon have a chance to fulfill their dreams through Humber’s two-week workshop. The Puppetry Intensive was designed for students to take a step further