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Tenant Category: Maker

Tenant Directory

Discover a village within the city

401 Richmond is home to a community of over 140 artists, cultural producers, social innovators, galleries, festivals, and shops. Browse our full tenant directory or select a tag below to view our tenants by category.

Contemporary Textile Studio Co-Operative Inc.

First floor, Studio 109

The Contemporary Textile Studio Co-operative was developed in 2006 by a group of textile artists and craftspersons in Toronto to provide access to affordable and properly equipped studio space. Through our 1200 square foot studio, members and associates work, teach, learn, interact and innovate with other designers and artists, and the community. A small group of members direct and manage the co-operative. Members have access to the studio on a full time basis. Other emerging and professional artists and craftspersons…

Indra's Net, Jewel Net of Indra

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.

Inigo Films

Second floor, Studio 213

Inigo Films television, theatrical features and interactive web sites include Galileo’s Sons, Love at the Twilight Motel, Star Men, and Star Men Interactive.  It is an independent documentary company managed by Alison Rose. Alison is also a National Newspaper Award and National Magazine Award-winning writer in arts and entertainment, and science and technology.

Jacquie Green

Second floor, Studio 253

Paintings in oil etchings woodcuts.

Janine Lindgren

Third floor, Studio 366

Janine Lindgren is a sculptor and printmaker.  Primarily clay modelling of human figures and portraits. Mould making and casting services are available.  Printmaking medium is woodcuts and etchings.

Kaija Vogel - Play is Work

Fourth floor, Studio 434

Born in Finland, raised in Canada and based in the UK, Kaija’s working life has spanned design, film and fashion. Over the last 25 years, Kaija has applied her sense of narrative and space to projects ranging from feature films to exhibition design to experience design for hospitality brands. Becoming a mother gave Kaija the opportunity to construct a place for her family to grow, be curious and thrive – a scenography for everyday life.