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Red Bull 381 Projects Entrance

Inside Red Bull 381 Projects

Red Bull 381 Projects is a sweet space. Set up by those energy drink people, the two-story gallery meets chill-out lounge is upstairs from the GAP at the corner of Queen and Peter.

Functioning as both an office for Red Bull Canada as well an an ongoing exhibition space for local artists and creative initiatives, Red Bull 381 Projects is currently host to CONTACT's portfolio reviews and exhibition. It's also home to the HP Gallery where anyone can bring in digital photos and get them printed for free on an armada of high-end HP printers.

Last night, the space unveiled itself with a party to celebrate some of the best portfolios reviewed this year, complete with a DJ, Vodka and Red Bulls and lots of stunning work from talented emerging photographers.

Take a look at the photos below. If you stop by, don't forget to check out the amazing roof-top patio space.

Red Bull 381 Projects GalleryDJBike on WallRed Bull BarToronto PatioPatio SeatsPatio BBQHP Printers

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