KOFFLER CENTRE OF THE ARTS | KOFFLER GALLERY
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at ARTSCAPE YOUNGPLACE
Mon to Fri 9 AM – 5 PM
Koffler Gallery Hours
Tues to Fri 12 PM – 6 PM
Sat & Sun 11 AM – 5 PM
& Statutory Holidays
The Koffler Gallery and the Koffler Centre of the Arts’ administrative offices are located in Artscape Youngplace, on Shaw Street just north of Queen Street West, Toronto. At 75,000 square feet, Artscape Youngplace is the largest cultural institution in one of Canada’s most creative neighbourhoods, West Queen West. A dynamic community gathering place, housing a diverse mix of creators as well as arts, community, and social mission organizations, Artscape Youngplace is an integral to the cultural fabric of Toronto’s downtown core. Artscape Youngplace is fully wheelchair accessible. Admission to Artscape Youngplace and the Koffler Gallery is FREE.
TTC – Just north of Queen Street West (or south of Dundas Street West) on Shaw Street, Artscape Youngplace is easily accessible by the 501 Queen and/or 505 Dundas streetcars, and/or the 63 Ossington bus. Artscape Youngplace is on the corner of Shaw and Argyle Streets.
Car – Artscape Youngplace is located on Shaw Street one block north of Queen Street West, two blocks east of Ossington Ave, just west of Trinity Bellwoods Park. Metered street parking is available on Queen Street West. Green P parking lots are located nearby at 18 Ossington Avenue (0.3 km), 1117 Dundas Street West (0.3 km), 110 Dovercourt Road (0.6 km), and 803 Richmond Street West (0.7 km). Non-permit street parking is also available in the immediate vicinity; please pay attention to signs detailing authorized parking hours.
Producer, Public Programs & Literary Events
Digital Content Coordinator
Jessica Dargo Caplan
Director, Public Programs & Engagement
Special Event Coordinator & Office Administrator
Director/Curator, Koffler Gallery
Director, Marketing, Communications & Archives
Syeda Karishma Bristy
Education & Public Engagement Assistant
Education and Public Engagement Assistant
Public Engagement Coordinator, Koffler Gallery