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Wildseed Centre for Art & Activism is a multipurpose community hub that nurtures radical Black experimentation and creation. In addition to housing the office space for Wildseed Centre and Black Lives Matter–Canada’s programming and operations, Wildseed is a fertile ground for transfeminist, queer affirming, Black liberation work and artistry.

In addition to bookable and open access rooms throughout the Wildseed Centre, neighbours and community members also enjoy access to our community garden, landscape grounds for external programming which covers roughly 75 m2.

Located in T’karón:to on Three Fires Territory and the territory of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum. This area is covered by Treaty 13. We learn from the Land and are so thankful to be here, in this place. We are in solidarity with Land Back and support Indigenous resurgence.

Wildseed Centre

Monday —  Closed

Tuesday —  2:00 pm — 7:00 pm

Wednesday —  9:00 am — 2:00 pm

Thursday —  9:00 am — 2:00 pm

Friday —  Closed

Saturday —  11:00 am — 4:00 pm

Sunday —  Closed

PLEASE NOTE: We will begin observing these hours of operation from March 1, 2024 onward. Wildseed Centre is closed on all statutory holidays. Wildseed Centre also observes unrecognized statutory holidays including but not limited to Juneteenth, Emancipation Day, and Trans Day of Remembrance (for trans, non-binary, and gender non-conforming staff). Hours may vary for special programming and on a case by case basis. We will update the website on these days.


Wildseed Centre is an accessible three-storey venue in downtown T’karón:to, located near Spadina and College.

The closest accessible bus line is the Spadina 510 streetcar stopping at Spadina Ave at Nassau Street South with an additional 3 minute walk.

The closest accessible TTC subway is Queen’s Park. It can be an approximate 10 minute walk from the station or a short ride on the 506 College Streetcar stopping at College Street and St. George Street and an additional 4 minute walk to the Wildseed Centre.

There are two ramps leading into the building. The first is at the main entrance of Wildseed Centre on the right side of the front doors. The second ramp is at the back of the building in the parking lot, just off Ross Street.

All wayfinding signage throughout Wildseed Centre is translated to Grade 1 Braille. There is an elevator inside the building that provides access to every floor. There are multiple accessible, universal washroom facilities on every floor.


We also have a private parking lot that accommodates 10 cars and 8 bicycles. There are paid parking opportunities along Cecil Street and Ross Street.

Get in touch

  • Address

  • Wildseed Centre for Art & Activism
  • 24 Cecil Street
  • Toronto, ON M5T 1N2
  • Tel: 647 351 9961