Hazelton Hotel in Toronto to offer art concierge service

The Hazelton Hotel in Toronto announced its newest amenity: the art concierge.

The art concierge will act as an educational resource for guests and the general public regarding the surrounding Toronto art community; the Bloor-Yorkville neighborhood alone is home to nearly 40 art dealers and galleries. The art concierge will also be a source for the hotel's contemporary Canadian art collection.

Sam Mogelonsky, The Hazelton's art concierge, is a Toronto-based artist. She holds a BFAH from Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, and an MFA from Central Saint Martin's College of Art and Design, London, U.K. Her professional experience includes the White Cube Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery, Barbican Art Centre and Pangolin London Gallery.

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