Artscape is a not-for-profit organization that
makes space for creativity and transforms communities.
Take a self-guided hard hat and boots tour through the soon-to-be-open Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre! Artscape Staff and building tenants will be on hand to answer your questions.
For the full Doors Open listing, click here>
Please note: This site is under currently construction and visitors must follow a number of safety regulations. Please wear appropriate and sturdy footwear: no open shoes or heels; be prepared to wear steel-toe safety boots which will be provided on site or bring your own. Visitors must be 18 years of age or older and will be required to sign waivers before entering the building. Hard hats are also required and will be provided. We regret that the site is not accessible to those using wheelchairs or may be difficult for those experiencing mobility challenges.
Check out the Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre Fact Sheet for Doors Open>
Opening in September 2012, the Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre is poised to become the artistic, cultural and social core of the revitalized Regent Park and the newest addition to downtown Toronto’s thriving cultural landscape.
Designed by the award-winning Diamond and Schmitt Architects, the building features a large performance venue, programming and administration space for arts organizations, and a new location for the Centre for Social Innovation. The Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre will be a place where people come to be inspired, to learn, to share and to create.
The Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre is a joint venture developed and operated by Artscape, Toronto Community Housing and The Daniels Corporation in consultation with a community advisory committee.