C MagazineThird floor, Suite 301
C Magazine is a Toronto-based contemporary art and criticism periodical devoted to providing a forum for significant ideas in visual art and culture. Each quarterly issue explores a new theme through original art writing, criticism and artists’ projects. C Magazine is published quarterly by C The Visual Arts Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization established to present ideas, advance education and document contemporary visual art and artist culture.
CARFAC Ontario is the association of professional visual and media artists. Founded in 1968, CARFAC (Canadian Artists’ Representation/le Front des artistes canadiens) has worked for 40 years on the legal and economic issues facing visual artists. We believe that artists, like professionals in other fields, should be paid for their work and share equitably in profits from their art practice. The work of CARFAC Ontario is to develop policies, publications, and services that assist artists, galleries, curators, art patrons, and…
Critical Distance Centre for CuratorsFirst floor, Studio 122
Critical Distance Centre for Curators (CDCC) is a not-for-profit gallery, publisher, and professional network devoted to the support and advancement of curatorial inquiry in Toronto, Canada, and beyond. With a focus on critically-engaged, collaborative, and cross-disciplinary practices, underrepresented artists and art forms, and community outreach and education in art and exhibition-making, Critical Distance is an open platform for diverse curatorial perspectives, and a forum for the exchange of ideas on curating and exhibition-making as ways to engage, inform, and connect people…
eBOUNDSecond floor, Studio 257
eBOUND enables Canadian publishers to engage in the digital marketplace. eBOUND’s goal is to advance any publisher’s digital engagement, no matter their level of expertise.
Gareth Bate & Art Untangled
Gareth Bate is an artist, curator, educator and entrepreneur. He runs an education company called Art Untangled since 2016. He’s been at 401 Richmond since the summer of 2008 when he won the 401 Richmond Career Launcher Prize, a free studio for a year.
Indigenous Curatorial CollectiveSecond floor, Studio 262
The Indigenous Curatorial Collective / Collectif des commissaires autochtones (ICCA) is an Indigenous run and led non-profit organization that aims to support and connect fellow Indigenous curators, artists, writers, academics, and professionals through various methods of gathering. The ICCA engages in critical discourses, increases professional opportunities for its members, develops programming, and most importantly works to build reciprocal relationships with Indigenous curators, artists, communities and the institutions they engage with.