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Guild Park Clark Centre for the Arts and Cultural Hub: Planning Process

The Arts Services unit of Toronto Arts & Culture will be responsible for operating the Clark Centre for the Arts on behalf of the City of Toronto. 

Guild Park and Gardens, home of the historic artist colony "Guild of Arts" established in 1932, is a unique 88 acre site on the Scarborough Bluffs that includes forests, shoreline and a collection of architectural fragments, sculptures and buildings. As part of the revitalization of the site, Toronto Arts & Culture is developing a multipurpose facility that will house art studios and arts programming. The arts and cultural facility at Guild Park and Gardens, set to open in 2018, will include public programs, artist residencies, facility rentals and community outreach and partnerships. excerpt - see full document

Arts Services Community Consultation - Arts Programming at Guild Park and Gardens - December 16 2015 meeting notes

Letter from Paul Ainslie to Economic Development Committee Recommendation to include Guild Park in Nuit Blanche 2017, March 2016

Nuit Blanche Festival Sought for Guild Park - InsideToronto April 13 2016

Nuit Blanche could expand to Scarborough 2017, MetroNews, May 2016

Report on Future Arts Programming and Facilities at Guild Park, Guild Park Stakeholder Group, May 2016

Once Upon A City: Guild Inn an artists’ muse that still inspires,  Toronto Star, May 2016

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