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Opening Soon: O’Born Contemporary

Just south of Crafted by Te Aro, at 131 Ossington, sits an empty space that is soon to be the new location of O’Born Contemporary. . . . → Read More: Opening Soon: O’Born Contemporary

Last Few Days to See The 8th Annual & Original Square Foot Show

The good news is we all have a chance to see AWOL Gallery’s 8th Annual & Original Square Foot Show until September 5. . . . → Read More: Last Few Days to See The 8th Annual & Original Square Foot Show

TIFF Future Projections Art Series

The 2010 Toronto International Film Festival launches in two weeks, and along with it, the Future Projections series of art projects. Future Projections is inspired by the history and culture of cinema. This year’s series has exhibits throughout Toronto, including some on Ossington, and runs September 9-19. . . . → Read More: TIFF Future Projections Art Series

Heat – A summer launch at MKG127 – Aug 7th

This weekend MKG Gallery, at 127 Ossington launches a new bunch of work in the heat of the summer. Featured artists include Adam David Brown, Dean Drever, Dave Dyment, Sky Glabush and Ken Nicol. . . . → Read More: Heat – A summer launch at MKG127 – Aug 7th

Opening soon(ish) – Telegramme Prints and Custom Framing

We received an email from Ian and Laura at Telegramme Prints and Custom Framing. They are very excited to be taking over the lease at 194 Ossington (which once belonged to Monarch Art & Framing and also 1st Run). . . . → Read More: Opening soon(ish) – Telegramme Prints and Custom Framing

Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell – An Oz Studio show

Vince Carlucci is a long-time Toronto musician, having co-founded the band Cardboard Brains back in 1976. Back then he was also taking pictures of his favourite bands, Iggy Pop, The Ugly, The Ramones, Blondie and others. Toronto, along with New York and London, was pivotal in the late 70s punk movement and many of the best musicians the the time came and played. . . . → Read More: Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell – An Oz Studio show

BlueBird – A Food and Art Thing – Event

Last night we stopped by a little event at what used to be Rolly’s Garage, and is now called Meta Gallery. . . . → Read More: BlueBird – A Food and Art Thing – Event

Catch 1st Run before it’s gone…May 29, 2010

We posted about 1st Run a few weeks ago – this “pop-up” art gallery took over Monarch Framing in no-time at all and transformed the formerly cluttered space into a really nice open space. Well, it’s closing soon, so stop in before it’s too late! . . . → Read More: Catch 1st Run before it’s gone…May 29, 2010

Art School Dismissed next weekend at Shaw Street school

The (decommissioned) Shaw Street school plays host to Art School Dismissed next weekend May 14-16 . . . → Read More: Art School Dismissed next weekend at Shaw Street school

Ossington Business Profile – Edition #8 – Christian McLeod arts studio

For the latest in our series of Ossington Business Profiles, we got Christian McLeod to answer our questions. Christian runs his eponymous arts studio and gallery at 89 Ossington Ave. The picture to the left is a sample of his work, a recent painting called “Control Room” which is going to be part . . . → Read More: Ossington Business Profile – Edition #8 – Christian McLeod arts studio