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The Gyallery; A sold out, over RSVP'd and jam-packed event was a smash success. It was born from a simple phone call with an upcoming R&B artist, entrepreneur,  Tika Simone. A busy creative known for her music, outspoken opinions, and culturally diverse parties, recently released her single, “OHMYGOD” from her upcoming EP, “CARRY ON”. Her summer performance schedule includes opening…

Unless you were looking for it, you might not find it. Geary House sits within a small creative community on a street that all professional creatives are familiar with, Geary Ave. The black painted exterior may fool many to believe it’s small in size; however, the building holds 5 separate studios including a massive props room. The studio's modern décor,…

Since 1889 The Great Hall has been an important part of Toronto’s history and culture. Originally built as a home to accommodate the growing membership of the YMCA in the late 1890’s, today this historic venue has earned a reputation for hosting Toronto’s most premier events. The 4 main rooms of the Great Hall have been graced by local/international talent…

Our first Spacefy ‘Creative Sessions’ networking event, made possible with Shoes.com (@shoemeca) and Ace Hill Beer (@acehillbeer), is in the books! The evening featured the eclectic sounds of Toronto fashion DJ OlenOnly (@olenonly) and the buzzing conversations of some of Toronto’s top creatives. To keep the vibe casual and cool, creatives were given color coated bracelets to wear upon entering…

We love to collaborate with creatives! This month will be our chance to meet up, network and understand what these creators are doing in Toronto’s creative community. On November 24, 2016, Spacefy will partner with Shoeme.ca (Shoes.com) to connect with influential taste-makers and decision-makers within Toronto’s creative industry. The Spacefy Creative Sessions event will be hosted at Shoeme.ca’s new flagship store…

Startup Open House Spacefy

Have you ever wanted to see inside a startup? On October 29th, it's your lucky day! Spacefy will be opening its doors as part of Startup Open House Toronto. Join us for snacks, drinks, and general networking at our 441 King St office from 4pm to 7pm. Our very own Marketing and Customer Engagement Lead, Alyas Ali, will be DJ-ing…

Spacefy Launch Party

On September 16th we launched Spacefy and celebrated with our friends, investors, and local businesses on King West. One of the things we’ve always believed here at Spacefy is that any space can be a creative space. With that in mind we decided to put it into practice and found a simple alleyway that would set the stage for our…

Spacefy Alley

On September 16th we'll be fully launching our platform to book Toronto's most creative spaces and we want to celebrate with you! The Spacefy tagline is "find a space to create" and we really think any space can be a creative space. With that in mind, we've invited designer Caspar Haydar to transform an alleyway near our office at 510…

TIFF Parties 2015 Spacefy's The After Party

Come party with us during TIFF 2015! To celebrate Spacefy's launch, we're hosting a party, and you're invited! Join us after Happy Hour at Same Nightclub in the heart of King West, to party all night with top DJs Jonathan Rosa and Manzone & Strong. Best of all, it's free! That's right, no cover. From 10pm - 1am Jonathan Rosa…

On July 22 we hosted our very first ever Meetup! We transformed our every day office at Spacefy HQ into party central for Creative Meetup: Filmmaker Edition. Creative folks from all walks of life came through the doors: actors, musicians, and of course, filmmakers!

Adam Booth, Brenton Mowforth, and Dan Slater joined us to talk about their business West & Social. They gave us some interesting insights into the business of film production, including the process of making a concept trailer.

Traditionally, the trailer follows a completed film to give the audience a preview of the full length feature. With a concept trailer, the process is reversed: the trailer is produced before any of the film has been shot. What is the benefit to doing this? Having a concept trailer gives you the opportunity to show what you’re capable of: writing, directing, and shooting a film. Armed with a concept trailer you can go to the market and ‘shop your script’ with the goal of getting funding to make the full film. Investors want to know that they’re putting their money into something good, and your concept trailer can prove that. The concept trailer screened at our event was shot in Death Valley with 40 people coming together to make a two and a half minute trailer (go team!).

Afterwards, everyone mingled and was merry, but don’t take our word for it, check out a few photos below….

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