Mr. Brainwash Limited Edition Prints in support of Street Haven

Art has the ability to bring joy in the most challenging times.

As the world continues the fight against COVID-19, it is more important than ever to look for the positives and to give back when possible. INK Entertainment’s Taglialatella Galleries is thrilled to be partnering with legendary pop-artist, Mr. Brainwash, on a limited edition We Love Canada print.

Available for purchase as of today, 10 per cent of the signed prints’ sales will be donated to Street Haven, a local organization supporting women experiencing, or at risk of homelessness.

   

As the Canadian outpost of the Taglialatella brand, Taglialatella Galleries New York launched an Art for Relief campaign in March to share positive imagery and support local charities during this time. Featuring internationally renowned artists like Mr. Brainwash, Burton Morris, and Russell Young, the Art for Relief campaign has raised nearly $20,000 USD.  

 

 

INK Cares supporting our front line workers

We extend our thanks to the frontline workers for all they have done during the COVID-19 pandemic. More than anyone could have imagined, their lives have been turned upside down as they put their health at risk to help us. As part of an INK Cares initiative and to express our sincere gratitude, each week our kitchen staff at the Bisha Hotel are preparing a selection of sweet and savoury food donations for the incredible teams at Toronto hospitals. While remaining inside is the greatest way to support healthcare workers and at-risk individuals, we hope to provide a moment of relief and offer this as a token of our appreciation during these trying times. We can’t thank you enough.

 

 

Do you know a heroic team of frontline workers helping combat COVID-19? Email us at pr@inkentertainment.com to request a complimentary food donation. We will do our best to accommodate all inquiries.
 
 
 

An important message from INK Entertainment

These are incredibly difficult and unprecedented times. Each day we come to work, we look forward to providing our guests with memorable experiences and warm service. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the difficult decision to close all of our Canadian venues effective immediately.

As the world navigates the coronavirus, we extend our thanks to local officials and healthcare professionals for all they are doing. We offer our deepest gratitude to our valued guests and local community for their unwavering support over the years and their understanding of this decision during an incredibly difficult time.

The situation is fluid. We are closely monitoring the news, recommendations from the government and health experts, and the development of the virus. We want to do our part to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and will remain closed until further notice. We look forward to welcoming you back as a valued guest as soon as we can.

We wish you and your family health and wellness.

Sincerely,

Charles Khabouth, CEO, INK Entertainment

 

 
 
 
 
 
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UNIUN Nightclub to close in 2019

INK Entertainment announced today that UNIUN Nightclub will be closing its doors as of January 2nd 2019. 

Launched in 2012, UNIUN was the first venue of its kind with LED-light installations, a top-of-the-line sound system and a chic industrial feel. Home to some of Toronto’s biggest parties, top artists such as Calvin Harris, Tiësto, A$AP Ferg, Steve Aoki, Fat Joe and Afrojack have performed inside the venue’s weekly Factory Fridays and UNIUN Saturdays events.

In celebration of the last six years, UNIUN will be hosting five massive closing parties: Bass artists Borgore and Getter on Wednesday, December 26th and Thursday, December 27th, as well as the final Factory Fridays and UNIUN Saturdays on December 28th and 29th. The last and closing party of the series will be on New Year’s Eve. Tickets can be purchased for these events via the UNIUN Nightclub website.

UNIUN’s exit may be bittersweet, but it is a sign of new and exciting things to come from INK Entertainment.