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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.

A Space Gallery

First floor, Studio 110

Established in 1971 as one of the first multi-disciplinary artist run centres, A Space has played a significant role in the evolution of contemporary art in Canada. Over the past decades, A Space has developed a curatorial practice that is inclusive of diverse aesthetics, politically engaged, technically innovative and representative of our Membership. A space has a thirty-five year history of multi-disciplinary artist-run activity. The organizations’ mandate encompasses the investigation, presentation and interpretation of contemporary art forms, different disciplines and…

Access Community Capital Fund

Third floor, Studio 375

ACCESS Community Capital Fund was formed in 1999 to help promising entrepreneurs with viable business plans gain access to financing not available through other sources. Individual loans are made using a character based lending decision, where the abilities, skills and commitment of the applicant in conjunction with the strength of the business plan are key decision criteria. ACCESS funds are used to guarantee loans through partner financial institutions, Alterna Savings and CIBC. The guarantee fund was created through community investments…

Association of Canadian Publishers

The Association of Canadian Publishers is the national collective voice of English-language Canadian independent book publishers. ACP’s diverse membership consists of approximately 115 Canadian-owned and controlled book publishers from across the country, and range both in company size and editorial mandate. The Association of Canadian Publishers contributes to the development and maintenance of vibrant, competitive, professionally managed book publishing companies operating in a variety of genres in order to support and strengthen the contribution that Canadian books make to Canada’s…

BookNet

BookNet Canada is a non-profit organization that develops technology, standards, and education to serve the Canadian book industry. Founded in 2002 to address systemic challenges in the industry, BookNet Canada supports publishing companies, booksellers, wholesalers, distributors, sales agents, and libraries across the country. BookNet Canada’s services and research help companies promote and sell books, streamline workflows, and analyze and adapt to a rapidly changing market. BookNet Canada sets technology standards and educates organizations about how to apply them, performs market…

C Magazine

Third 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

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…