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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.

Angela Tamari

Third floor, Studio 389

After reading The Red Tent by Anita Diamant, Angela’s issues of her world became clearly simplified into two domains: that of the female force and that of the male force. Angela investigates the female force through the study of flowers and continues to explore the relationship between male and female domains in three-dimensional form.

The photo shows the face, head and shoulders of an attractive woman with a wide smile, bright eyes, and long wavy hair. She is wearing a black top.

Anna Isacsson

Fourth floor, Studio 411

Anna Liv Isacsson is an Expressive Arts Therapist who uses creativity in the service of self-care.

Anthony Trask

Fourth floor, Studio 427

Toronto Canada calligrapher/lettering artist/calligraphy instructor/alphabet astrologer.

April Hickox

Third floor, Studio 356

April Hickox is a Canadian lens-based artist, teacher and independent curator who lives on the Toronto Islands. Over the course of 37 years, April has mined the distinctions between personal and public sites through film, video, photography and installation. Her work with objects and the still life is rooted in narrative histories that individuals accumulate through-out their lives and the ability of inanimate objects to shape memory.  This  work continues in both photographic and video works with Provenance Unknown and Observation, and atributied  a series…

Architectural Conservancy Ontario

second floor, studio 206

Through advocacy and direct action, Architectural Conservancy Ontario has been involved in preserving Ontario’s architectural and environmental heritage since 1933 by helping communities and owners preserve buildings and structures of architectural merit, and places of natural beauty or interest.

Artspace Gallery TMU

Lower level, Studio LL106

Artspace is a student-led art gallery, career incubator and online platform. Every year, the gallery mounts 8 – 10 exhibitions of student and alumni work, alongside a diversity of public events, programs, talks and screenings. All of the gallery’s programming is designed to generate meaningful networking, mentorship and career development opportunities for TMU students. More than just a gallery, Artspace is a hub of experiential learning, professional networking, critical exchange and innovation.