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  • Artscape Gilbratar Point 443 Lakeshore Avenue Toronto, ON, M5J 2W2 Canada (map)


“Please join us for the Open Studio event of Intergenerational LGBT Artist Residency 2019.

The 2019 jurors were Kathleen PIRRIE ADAMS, Sheri OSDEN NAULT, Sean LEE and Syrus Marcus WARE. The artists of Intergenerational LGBT Artist Residency 2019 are:

Valentin BROWN

The Intergenerational LGBT Artist Residency is a combined curatorial, relational/live art, and sociopolitical praxis. The residency prioritizes decolonial engagement with LGBTQ2+ art and political histories in Canada.

The multiple curations, projects and residency in 2019 see the triumphant continuation of the Intergenerational LGBT Artist Residency into its sixth year, with the support of the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario, Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada and private donors.

The artists studios will be open from noon until 8pm. You are of course welcome to linger at AGP’s private beach, or visit Hanlan’s Point, and the many other enjoyments the Toronto Islands have to offer.

***Accessibility info: Artscape Gibraltar Point is physically accessible, including several ramps into the building, as well as washrooms (some, not all). Van rides are being offered especially to those who might not be able to handle the 20 minute walking distance from the Hanlan's Point dock to AGP. Please let us know your access needs.


Summer Ferry Schedule to Hanlan's Point can be found at:

The Toronto Ferry Docks are located near the intersection of Bay Street and Queens Quay, on the west side of the Westin Harbour Castle hotel. Public transportation is available by either the 509 Harbourfront or the 510 Spadina streetcars. Get off the streetcar at the first stop after Union Station and walk south towards the lake. The Bay #6 bus also stops at the corner of Bay and Queens Quay. Take the ferry to Hanlan’s Point and bike or walk 15-20 minutes to Artscape Gibraltar Point.

*A note that the ferry is usually busy, but the line for tickets purchased online is generally faster.”