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Available at: Toronto Reference Library and Fort York Branch . The Hub at Scarborough Civic Centre Branch does not have a studio space.

What We Offer

The studio spaces provides users a quiet environment and equipment and software to work on audio and visual projects: film a new movie; shoot a commercial; work on a video for school; record a song; or create a podcast.

Available at Toronto Reference Library

Available at the start of your booking:

Additional equipment that can be signed out to your library card:

Available at Fort York Branch

Available at the start of your booking:

Additional equipment that can be signed out to your library card:

How to Book the Studio

The Studio is available free of charge during regular library hours. Book the Studio at Toronto Reference Library by calling 416-393-7007 or at Fort York Branch by calling 416-393-6240.

Guidelines for Using the Studio

The purpose of the room is for audio and video production. If you need to edit your project afterwards, please book one of the workstations available in the Digital Innovation Hub:

Related Programs and Classes

Classes are free, but online registration is required. Please note: Our classes are popular and available spots fill up quickly. If the class is full, you can add yourself to a waiting list and we will contact you only if a spot becomes available. We hope to offer as many classes as we can to meet the continued interest and demand.

Intro to the Green Screen Studio Space

Come down and learn more about the space and how to use the equipment properly.

iMovie for Beginners

An introduction to using iMovie on the Mac. Basic video editing techniques will be taught such as transitions and titles, adding audio and a soundtrack, cutting and splicing, and using the timeline.