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Introducing the Studio at 93H, a newly converted, century-old coach house, previously a green house and gardener’s quarters for a nearby
Rosedale manor. After decades of abandonment, it has been converted into a unique studio space set on a wooded hillside terrace to provide an escape from the urban for artists in the city.

After an inaugural two-week studio residency program, The Season Opener presented a group show presenting emerging artists from Toronto and abroad in an otherworldly, ravine-side building and garden in Rosedale, showing daring site-specific work.

The goal of the studio is to welcome artists for week-long residencies, an escape for urban art-makers looking for a tranquil workspace to create and present their output alongside like-minded thinkers. The collaborative process is at the core of the mission and was on full display on opening night.

Sponsored by Sapporo and Stoli, the evening brought together live underground music, large-scale installations, projections, sculpture, and printed matter to generate an environment that induced leisurely wandering and intimate encounters with the work and guests.

For more information about the studio and its opener, read the original articles: HERE and HERE

Appearances > 2015 > August 5: Studio at 93H Season Opener (5)

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