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  1. Bachir/Yerex Presentation Space

Suite 440

401 Richmond St West

Toronto, ON M5V 3A8

 

Street level entrance, ramp, elevator, automatic doors, door width 34” Gender neutral accessible (32”+) washrooms, stall, no automatic door. No accessible parking on site.

 

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  1. Gallery TPW

170 Helens Ave 

Toronto ON M6H 4A1

 

Ramp access, accessible ground-floor washroom, and clear, unobstructed pathways within the gallery. Please note that there are no automatic doors at the entrance or washroom and no designated accessible parking nearby.

 

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  1. Innis Town Hall

2 Sussex Ave

Toronto ON M5S 1J5

 

Street level entrance, elevator and ramp available, door width 32+”, no automatic doors. Gender neutral single occupancy accessible (32”+) washroom, automatic door. No accessible parking on site. 4 wheelchair seats in-cinema.

 

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  1. Le Labo

Suite 277

401 Richmond St West

Toronto, ON M5V 3A8

 

Street level entrance, ramp, elevator, automatic doors, door width 34”. Gender neutral accessible (32”+) washrooms, stall, no automatic door. No accessible parking on site.

 

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  1. Images Website

www.imagesfestival.com

Images Festival

309-401 Richmond St West
Toronto ON 
M5V 3A8 Canada

Telephone +1 416 971 8405
Office Hours •  Tuesday–Friday • 10AM–6PM
Closed Mondays from May–January

Supporters

  • Canada Council for the Arts
  • Government of Canada
  • Ontario Arts Council
  • Telefilm Canada
  • Toronto Arts Council
  • Vtape
  • York University School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design
  • 0_TD
  • Digital Arts Ressource Centre
  • The Japan Foundation
  • The Fabulous Festival of Fringe Film
  • CalArts
  • Art Museum

Images Festival would like to acknowledge

The land on which we gather and organize is the territory of the Anishinaabe, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, the Huron-Wendat, and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Today, the meeting place of Toronto is home to many Indigenous peoples.

A territorial acknowledgement can demonstrate a coming to awareness, and provoke thought and reflection, all of which are essential in beginning to establish reciprocal relations. This acknowledgement should not function as closure, resignation, or acceptance of the structural conditions of settler colonialism that remain in effect today. The Images Festival will continue to ask what it means for us to keep open a spirit of sustained inquiry into the complexities of our context.