Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

Independent Projects

401 Richmond at Night, 2013
Photo: Petia Karrin

Parental guidance advised

401 Richmond

Built for ART: The Shape and Form of the Future

Andrew Gaboury, Roberty Schuyler, Nicole Ratjen
Nathalie Quagliotto
Jacquie Green
Gallery 44 Members
Carolyn Tripp
Christina Hug
Thamilini + Yazhini Jothilingam
Martin Heath
South Asian Visual Arts Centre
Roger Sader

Installations will include photography, painting, sculpture, video/film, interactive activities, and performances.

401 Richmond is celebrating twenty years of creative place-making. This is a place where discoveries are made each day and people are inspired to make, innovate, experiment, and play. It is a place where people imagine the shape and form of the future.

Play happens here every day as part of the creative process feeding curiousity and exploration. It helps artists, thinkers, and makers to imagine possibilities, generate ideas, and solve problems. For many, it’s part of taking an idea, concept, or inspiration from Point A to Point B.

Alongside our galleries and shops, we're hosting numerous interactive and immersive projects all under one roof.  Activating unconventional spaces throughout the building, our program offers an engaging experience that's well-suited to curious and playful crowds who want to avoid line-ups!

Projects by multiple artists and collectives explore how play is part of the process of creating and interacting with contemporary art.


401 Richmond

401 Richmond Street West, 416 595-5900

This project is both indoors and outdoors.