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A Space Gallery
401 Richmond Street West, Suite 110
Toronto
ON
M5V3A8
Tel: 416-979-9633

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Located in downtown Toronto, A Space began as an alternative commercial gallery three years before the centre's not-for-profit incorporation in January 1971. Known as an innovative space dedicated to exploring current ideas in art, A Space was a place for alternative music, poetry, dance, video and performance throughout the 70s.
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    Loved it. Just went to an event at this place and had a great time. The space was beautiful and easily fit the 75+ people in attendance. I had no problem parking on Santa Fe and was glad we had a DJ playing music. Sorry neighbors, this place was cool.

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    As a caterer who has worked in a ton of Denver venues, this is now one of my favorites. Mike (the owner) always has interesting and beautiful work in his gallery, and the space is perfectly suited for larger (and smaller) events. The gallery space was designed to be highly functional for holding events, and the layout made our job much easier. I'm looking forward to working at Space again.

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    BLOCKS PARKING OF LOCAL BUSINESSES AND HOMES! LOUD MUSIC IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT! Your gallery is the bane of nearby neghborhood residents and business. You hold events and parties there and do not inform your guests to be aware that open businesses and others need parking too. Your parties are SO obnoxiously loud they can be heard a block away, well past 10pm with no consideration to the working families feet from your location. Be considerate and make some kind of effort to notify people around you when an event will be held so we can try to...Read More

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    DO IT NOW.

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BLOCKS PARKING OF LOCAL BUSINESSES AND HOMES! LOUD MUSIC IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT! Your gallery is the bane of nearby neghborhood residents and business. You hold events and parties there and do not inform your guests to be aware that open businesses and others need parking too. Your parties are SO obnoxiously loud they can be heard a block away, well past 10pm with no consideration to the working families feet from your location. Be considerate and make some kind of effort to notify people around you when an event will be held so we can try to maintain our spaces and have sone common decency, TURN DOWN THE MUSIC Dont be a glutton, and dont be a tool. We need parking too and like to rest at night.

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