Your cultural space
News&Arts is not only a cultural space for knowledge and idea exchange – but also where these ideas come to life. This flexible venue is great for hosting art exhibitions, workshops, talks, music events, film screenings, and podcasts. It is home to the Jornal de Toronto’s editorial office, and also where the editorial production of News&Arts’ print newspaper takes place. See you there!
Talks, classes and workshops
The flexibility of the space accommodates all types of lectures, talks, dance, music and yoga classes, theater workshops and everything else you can imagine.
Events and meetings
News&Arts has two 110sqft rooms and a 560sqft room for meetings, music, theater, cinema, and dance events.
The large room has special lighting for art exhibitions, a huge window with excellent exposure to the street, and accessibility. In addition, we also offer advice on curation and the assembly process.
Located in the heart of Little Portugal on Dufferin and Dundas St., News&Arts offers unique visibility, with its large front window and (included in the price) the display of your event on our electronic sign. Excellent exposure with high pedestrian, vehicular, and TTC traffic.
Equipment included in the rent:
• Projector • Speakers • Yorkville 14 channels Mixer • Microphones and stands • XLR connectors • RGB color remote control light • LED PAR adjustable angle • 36ft/11m of dimmable 3000K light bar • 10’x7’ Mobile Stage • Tables and Chairs
UV Air Purifier
The venue is equipped with 2 UV Air Purifier for disinfection against COVID-19 (6 cubic meters/hour – Virus eliminating rate: 92%).
News&Arts is not only a cultural space for knowledge and idea exchange – but also where these ideas come to life. This flexible venue is great for hosting art exhibitions, workshops, talks, music events, film screenings, and podcasts. Also, it is home to the Jornal de Toronto’s editorial office.
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