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The Urbanspace Gallery was created to explore the city. A venue for diverse exhibitions and events, the gallery investigates how cities work, how we might improve them, and how we can learn from the past to create visions of the future.
With a focus on “bottom-up”, grass roots approaches, a wide range of local and global issues are examined including community, public space, housing, transportation, planning, governance, diversity, sustainability, and citizenship. In partnership with many individuals and organizations, Urbanspace Gallery contributes to an ongoing discussion about cities, and offers visitors a space to learn and reflect on their place within them.
Urbanspace Gallery is located on the ground floor of 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, beside Trinity Square Video. The building is open to the public Monday to Saturday, 9:00am–7:00pm.
401 Richmond is located on Richmond Street West just east of Spadina Avenue.
You can get here by public transit by taking the 510 Spadina streetcar from Spadina subway station or the 501 Queen streetcar.
There are bike racks at both the front and back entrances of the building where your bike can be safely parked.
Parking is not available onsite, however there are a number of public lots in the area. Please note that Richmond Street West runs one way going west.
Urbanspace Gallery is on the first floor at 401 Richmond Street West in Toronto. The gallery encourages observations and conversations about city dynamics, especially in Toronto.