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    Gibson Gallery (Fort Malden Guild of Arts & Crafts)
    140 Richmond Street
    Amherstburg, Ontario, N9V 1G4
    Bonnie Deslippe, Office Administrator/ Publicity Chair
    Phone (519) 736-2826
    Email: office@gibsonartgallery.com
    Website: www.gibsonartgallery.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    C. 1896 This beautifully restored Michigan Central RR Station presents works by local artists, photographers, accomplished stitchers and travelling exhibits. Art and craft lessons, our unique Artisan Shoppe and three needle art guilds make our designated historic building a vital centre for the visual arts. Our Caboose museum highlights local railroad history. The Gallery is owned and operated by the Fort Malden Guild of Arts & Crafts, a charitable organization incorporated in 1975.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

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    Barrie

    Campus Gallery: Georgian College
    Georgian College
    1 Georgian Drive
    Barrie, Ontario L4M 3X9
    Gary Evans, Director/Curator & Program Coordinator
    Phone (705) 728-1968 ext. 1281 / Fax (705) 722-1523
    Email: gary.evans@georgiancollege.ca
    Web site: http://www.georgianc.on.ca/sdva/campus-gallery/
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Georgian College Campus Gallery's mandate is to deliver a diversity of visual arts programming. This reflects the multiplicity of contemporary art, craft and design in the immediate area. The exhibitions feature emerging, mid career and senior artists; designers, artisans and students in post decondary arts education.
    Updated 18-Aug-16

    MacLaren Art Centre
    37 Mulcaster Street
    Barrie, Ontario L4M 3M2
    Carolyn Bell Farrell, Executive Director
    Renée van der Avoird, Assistant Curator/Registrar
    Emily McKibbon, Assistant Curator/Collections Manager
    Phone (705) 721-9696 / Fax (705) 735-6935
    Email: maclaren@maclarenart.com
    Web site: www.maclarenart.com
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The MacLaren Art Centre is the regional art gallery serving the residents of the County of Simcoe, Barrie, Orillia and the surrounding area. The Gallery's mission is to engage and enrich the immediate and larger community by providing innovative and relevant visual arts programming. The MacLaren Art Centre has a permanent collection of 27,400 works of art held in trust for the public and presents a year-round program of world-class exhibitions, art education activities and special events. The MacLaren is housed in a 24,000 square-foot award-winning building. This architectural landmark in downtown Barrie combines a renovated 1917 Carnegie Library and a contemporary addition by Siamak Hariri of Hariri Pontarini Architects. The complex includes multiple galleries, an education centre, a sculpture courtyard, cafe, gift shop and framing department. As a cornerstone of culture in this region, the Gallery is commiteed to building a vibrant, healthy and creative community.
    Updated 03-May-16

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    Belleville

    Belleville Public Library and John M. Parrott Art Gallery
    254 Pinnacle Street
    Belleville, Ontario K8N 3B1
    Trevor Pross, CEO
    Susan Holland, Curator
    Phone (613) 968-6731 x. 2222 / Fax (613) 968-6841
    Email: tpross@bellevillelibrary.com
    Web site: www.bellevillelibrary.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Established as part of the Belleville Public Library in 1973, the John M. Parrott Art Gallery Collects and shows works by regional emerging and professional artists as well as holding and exhibiting a large number of oil paintings by Canadian artist Manly MacDonald.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

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    Bowmanville

    The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington
    143 Simpson Avenue, P.O. Box 52
    Bowmanville, Ontario L1C 3K8
    James Campbell, Executive Director/Curator
    Dionne Powlenzuk, Programming and Opperations Associate
    Linda Ward, Office Coordinator
    David Gillespie, Installation Technician
    Phone (905) 623-5831 / Fax (905) 623-0276
    Email: visual@vac.ca
    Web site: www.vac.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Established in 1976, The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington provides exciting local, regional, and national contemporary art exhibitions and education programming to the Durham Region. Housed in the historic Cream of Barley Mill, the Visual Arts Centre reaches into the community with its Art on Public Lands, Curriculum Connections, Winter WonderLearn and pARTners projects.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

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    Brampton

    The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives
    Peel Heritage Complex
    9 Wellington Street East
    Brampton, Ontario L6W 1Y1
    Josie Premzell, Supervisor of Development and Visitor Services
    Gerrie Loveys, Assistant Curator - Art Collection, Exhibitions, Community Projects
    Phone (905) 791-4055
    / Fax (905) 451-4931
    Email: gerrie.loveys@peelregion.ca
    Web site:http://www.pama.peelregion.ca/en/index.asp
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Art Gallery exhibits and collects, preserves and makes accessible the visual arts and culture of Peel, building bridges to the many diverse communities both within and outside the region. The Gallery features a wide variety of changing shows - plus ongoing exhibitions drawn from our outstanding permanent collection.
    Updated 18-Aug-16

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    Brantford

    Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant
    20 Ava Road
    Brantford, Ontario N3T 5G9
    Phone (519) 756-5932 / Fax (519) 756-5910
    Email: info@glenhyrst.ca
    Web site: www.glenhyrst.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Located in a beautifully landscaped sixteen-acre park on the banks of the Grand River, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant was established in 1958 to provide a programme that would stimulate an interest in and appreciation of the arts and encourage creative activities within the community. The gallery is home to a significant collection of works by 19th-century artist Robert Reginald Whale and his descendants, contemporary works of art on paper by national and international artists, and an expanding collection of outdoor art in the gardens. Throughout the year the Gallery offers a schedule of exhibitions of contemporary fine art featuring works by local, regional, and national artists. Complemented by lectures, tours, and special events.

    Updated 26-May-15

    Woodland Cultural Centre
    184 Mohawk Street, P.O. Box 1506
    Brantford, Ontario N3T 5V6
    Naomi Johnson, Artistic Director
    Phone (519) 759-2650/ Fax (519) 759-2445
    Email:museum@woodland-centre.on.ca
    Web site: www.woodland-centre.on.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Woodland Cultural Centre is a First Nations educational and Cultural Centre. It was established in 1972 to protect, promote, interpret and present the history, language, intellect and cultural heritage of the Anishnabe and Onkwehoniwe. This mandate is from our member nations: Wahtu Mohawks Six Nations of the Grand River and the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

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    Bright's Grove

    Gallery in the Grove
    2618 Hamilton Road
    Bright's Grove, Ontario N0N 1C0
    Terri Jackson, Chairman of the Board
    Ati Powell, Treasurer
    Sheila Brown, Exhibition Planner
    Marinka Modderman, Education Programs Manager
    Phone (519) 869-4643
    Email: info@galleryinthegrove.com
    Web site: www.galleryinthegrove.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Gallery in the Grove focuses on exhibiting the art of established and emerging artists. The gallery is known locally for its outstanding commitment to art education programs.
    Updated 23-Sep-14

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    Burlington

    Art Gallery of Burlington
    1333 Lakeshore Road
    Burlington, Ontario L7S 1A9
    Denis Longchamps, Artistic Director & Chief Curator
    Robert Steven, President and CEO
    Phone (905) 632-7796 / Fax (905) 632-0278
    Email: info@artgalleryofburlington.com
    Web site: www.artgalleryofburlington.com
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Formerly known as the Burlington Art Centre, the Art Gallery of Burlington (AGB) was formed through a grassroots process by regional arts co-operatives and guilds. Our building was opened in 1978 as a facility for these groups to develop dedicated studios in the area of photography, handweaving and spinning, sculpture and woodcarving, ceramics, fine arts, and hooking craft. The role of the AGB quickly expanded to include that of a public art gallery with exhibitions, publications, a unique collection of contemporary Canadian ceramics, and educational programs. The AGB champions the role and value of art in life.
    Updated 18-Aug-16

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    Cambridge

    Idea Exchange Art + Design

    Design at Riverside
    7 Melville Street, South
    Cambridge, Ontario N1S 2H4
    Phone (519) 621-0460 ext. 200 / Fax (519) 621-2080

    Queen's Square Gallery and Administrative Office
    1 North Square
    Cambridge, Ontario N1S 2K6
    Phone (519) 621-0460 / Fax (519) 621-2080

    Preston Gallery
    435 King Street East
    Cambridge, Ontario N3H 3N1
    Phone (519) 653-3236 / Fax (519) 621-2080

    Aidan Ware, Gallery Director
    Iga Janik, Curator
    Esther E. Shipman, Curator, Architecture and Design
    Robert Thody, Education Officer
    Laura Fedynyszyn, Collection Management Assistant
    Cherie Fawcett, Gallery Assistant
    Email: aware@ideaexchange.org
    Web site: www.ideaexchange.org
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Established in 1977, Idea Exchange Art + Design (formerly Cambridge Galleries) curates exhibitions with a contemporary focus both at Queen's Square and Preston gallery locations. Our Design at Riverside gallery began programming in 2004 with a focus on presenting exhibitions that feature architecture and design. Although our mandate is to collect Canadian textile-based works which was influenced by the region's textile industry heritage, the collection is decidedly contemporary and represents artists from across Canada. Extensive art education activities include curriculum-based programs, lectures, studio programs and tours. As a member of the TIIF Film Circuit, Idea Exchange Art + Design also regularly presents Canadian and international films.
    Updated 06-Apr-16

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    Chatham-Kent

    Thames Art Gallery
    Chatham Cultural Centre
    75 William Street North
    Chatham, Ontario N7M 4L4
    Carl Lavoy, Director & Gallery Curator
    Irene MacCreadie, Gallery Program Coordinator
    Sonya Blazek, Curatorial Assistant
    Phone (519) 360-1998 / Fax (519) 354-4170
    Email: ccc@chatham-kent.ca
    Web site: www.chatham-kent.ca/tag
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    Exhibitions featuring regional and national contemporary artists; workshops, demonstrations, lectures and tours by invited artists, curators and art historians. Extension services includes travelling exhibitions.
    Updated 04-Oct-12

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    Cobourg

    Art Gallery of Northumberland
    55 King Street West, 3rd Floor
    Cobourg, Ontario K9A 2M2
    Tara Lember, Director
    Phone (905) 372-0333
    Email: director@artgalleryofnorthumberland.com
    Web site: www.artgalleryofnorthumberland.com
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The AGN is a community gallery serving Northumberland County in eastern Ontario. Exhibition schedule, education and outreach programmes, reference library. Main gallery is located in Cobourg's historic Victoria Hall. A satellite showcase gallery-boutique is located at 8 Queen Street in historic Port Hope.
    Updated 18-Aug-16

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    Collingwood

    Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts
    163 Hurontario Street
    Collingwood, ON L9Y 2M1
    Jennifer Macnaughton, Board Chair
    Janet Allen, Vice Chair
    Tony Allen, Secretary/Treasurer
    Ron MacRae, Communications & Marketing
    Susan Cook, Office Administrator
    Phone (705) 445-3430
    Email: admin@bmfa.on.ca
    Web site: www.bmfa.on.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts is a non-profit organization, promoting the Arts in the scenic Georgian Triangle area for the past 35 years. Through annual events such as the Juried Photo Show, Juried Art Show, the Studio Tour, and awards programmes, we celebrate work of talented artists who work in a range of creative fields. Our beautifully restored Arts Centre in historic Collingwood showcass artists and artisans, musicians, dancers and writers, through our community and Arts Centre gallery exhibitions.
    Updated 18-Aug-16

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    Durham

    Durham Art Gallery
    251 George Street East, P.O. Box 1021
    Durham, Ontario N0G 1R0
    Ilse Gassinger, Executive Director
    Steven Morel, Arts Administrator
    Phone (519) 369-3692
    Email: info@durhamart.on.ca
    Website: www.durhamart.on.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Founded in 1979, the Durham Art GAllery is a non-profit, charitable arts organization operating out of its purpose-built facility in the rural town of Durham, Municipality of West Grey. The Gallery's mission is to provoke and delight its audience through exposure to the wide range of contemporary art being practiced in Canada. We embrace a multidisciplinary view of culture, presenting works in the visual and media arts as well as in the literary and performing arts.
    Updated 1-Oct-15

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    Grimsby

    Grimsby Public Art Gallery
    18 Carnegie Lane
    Grimsby, Ontario L3M 1Y1
    Rhona Wenger, Director
    Brigitte Huard, Education and Media Coordinator
    Allison Poole, Administrator
    Chris O'Hoski, Education & Media Coordinator
    Phone (905) 945-3246 / Fax (905) 945-1789
    Email: gpag@grimsby.ca
    Web site: www.grimsby.ca/art-gallery
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Grimsby Public Art Gallery has a year-round schedule of exhibitions by artists with local appeal and national recognition. Its permanent collection numbers over 1500 pieces. The Gallery Shop offers a wide array of exclusively Canadian handcrafted giftware.
    Updated 06-Aug-14

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    Guelph

    Art Gallery of Guelph
    358 Gordon Street
    Guelph, Ontario N1G 1Y1
    Shauna McCabe. Executive Director
    Dawn Owen, Curator of Contemporary Art
    Verne Harrison, Gallery Coordinator
    Nina Berry, Administrative Assistant
    Robbyne MacKenzie, Community Engagement Coordinator
    Phone (519) 837-0010 / Fax (519) 767-2661
    Email: info@artgalleryofguelph.ca
    Web site: www.artgalleryofguelph.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Art Gallery of Guelph (AGG) is the leading public art gallery in Guelph and region. AGG features art by Guelph’s leading visual artists and brings national and international art to Guelph. Through an innovative program that makes contemporary visual culture accessible, AGG engages the public, challenges the artistic and academic communities, and positions art in an ever-changing cultural landscape.Situated on 2.5 acres, the Donald Forster Sculpture Park features 38 permanently sited sculptures by prominent Canadian and international artists.
    Updated 18-Aug-16

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    Haileybury

    Temiskaming Art Gallery
    325 Farr Drive, P.O. Box 1090
    Haileybury, Ontario P0J 1K0
    Maureen Steward, Director/ Curator
    Phone (705) 672-3706 / Fax (705) 672-5966
    Email: temiskamingartgallery@ntl.sympatico.ca
    Web site: www.temiskamingartgallery.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    From the belief that art is a basic form of human expression that enriches our lives, the Temiskaming Art Gallery aims to provide visitors the opportunity to understand, experience and appreciate visual art. The Temiskaming Art Gallery is a public exhibition space located within the new Temiskaming Shores city hall complex. Built on the waterfront of Lake Temiskaming, the gallery offers visitors an intimacy and friendliness found in northern, rural Ontario. The Temiskaming Art Gallery presents between nine and twelve exhibitions per year in a variety of mediums, style, scale and technique, and offers visual art workshops throughout the year.
    Updated 20-Aug-13

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    Haliburton

    Haliburton Sculpture Forest
    Box 210
    Haliburton, Ontario K0M 1S0
    Jim Blake, Curator
    Phone (705) 457-3555
    Email: info@haliburtonsculptureforest.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Haliburton Sculpture Forest is located in Glebe Park, beside the Haliburton Campus of Fleming College, near the village of Haliburton. It is a unique outdoor collection of over 20 sculptures by Canadian and international artists. Free admission in spring, summer, and fall. Donations welcome. Fees for cross-country skiing apply in winter. Free guided tours offered at 10 a.m. every Tuesday in July and August. Guided tours for groups are available by request throughout the year.
    Updated 25-Jun-13

    Rails End Gallery & Arts Centre
    Haliburton Highlands Guild of Fine Arts
    23 York Street, P.O. Box 912
    Haliburton, Ontario K0M 1S0
    Laurie Jones, Curator and Director
    Phone (705) 457-2330 / Fax (705) 457-2338
    Email: info@railsendgallery.com
    Web site: www.railsendgallery.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    A public art gallery with two exhibition spaces located in Haliburton's historic railway station. Open all year.
    Updated 09-Aug-12

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    Hamilton

    Art Gallery of Hamilton
    123 King Street West
    Hamilton, Ontario L8P 4S8
    Shelley Falconer, President and CEO
    Tobi Bruce, Director, Collections & Exhibitions
    Alana Traficante, Acting Curator of Contemporary Art
    Phone (905) 527-6610 / Fax (905) 577-6940
    Email: info@artgalleryofhamilton.com
    Web site: www.artgalleryofhamilton.com
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Founded in 1914, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is Ontario's third largest public art gallery; its 9,500-strong permanent collection is one of the finest in the country. The AGH has three fundamental collecting and programming strength - nineteenth-century European, Historical Canadian, and Contemporary Canadian art. In January 2010, the AGH announced a major gift of African and tribal art from Joey and Toby Tanenbaum.

    Updated 18-Aug-16

    Hamilton Artists Inc.
    155 James Street North
    Hamilton, Ontario L8R 2K9
    Mailing Address:
    P.O. Box 57125 Jackson Station
    2 King Street West
    Hamilton, Ontario L8P 4W9
    Caitlin Sutherland, Programming Director
    Phone (905) 529-3355
    Email: info@theinc.ca / programming@theinc.ca / board@theinc.ca
    Website: www.theinc.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    A non-profit artist run centre, the INC has been in operation since 1975.
    Updated 18-Aug-16

    McMaster Museum of Art
    McMaster University
    1280 Main Street West
    Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4L6
    Carol Podedworny, Director & Chief Curator
    Ihor Holubizky, Senior Curator
    Julie Bronson, Registrar
    Rose Anne Prevec, Communications Officer
    Nicole Knibb, Education Officer
    Phone (905) 525-9140 ext. 23241 / Fax (905) 527-4548
    Email: museum@mcmaster.ca
    Web site: www.mcmaster.ca/museum
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    McMaster Museum of Art serves as a cultural hub for the University Campus and the region through multi-disciplinary programs, scholarly interpretation and presentation of collections, and innovative practices in museum and curatorial practices.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

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    Kingston

    Agnes Etherington Art Centre
    Queen's University
    Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6
    Jan Allen, Director
    Alicia Boutilier, Curator of Canadian Historical Art
    Pat Sullivan, Public Programs Manager
    Phone (613) 533-2190 / Fax (613) 533-6765
    Email: aeac@queensu.ca
    Web site: www.agnes.queensu.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Agnes Etherington Art Centre is a research-intensive art museum located on the historic campus of Queen's University that serves as a learning space and as the public gallery for Kingston region. Its superb collections - numbering 16,000 works - include paintings of the Dutch Golden Age, Canadian historical art, and contemporary art. Through dynamic year-round programs of exhibitions and outreach activities, the Agnes illuminates the great artistic traditions of the past and the innovations of the present.
    Updated 18-Aug-16

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    Kitchener

    City of Kitchener Rotunda Gallery
    Kitchener City Hall
    200 King Street West, P.O. Box 1118
    Kitchener, Ontario N2G 4G7
    Emily Robson, Coordinator, Arts/Culture
    Phone (519) 741-2200, ext 7084 / Fax (519) 741-2723
    Email: emily.robson@kitchener.ca
    Website: www.kitchener.ca/rotundagallery.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The City of Kitchener Rotunda Gallery is situated in the heart of Kitchener City Hall. Open to the public with no admission charge, this small public gallery exhibits contemporary art. Work is selected by the City of Kitchener Public Art Working Group, which comprises professional artists and architects, as well as arts professionals with high levels of expertise. Work is selected based on criteria of artistic excellence and relevance to the community. Regional artists or artists whose work is relevant to the region are welcome to apply. The Gallery celebrates innovation and excellence in contemporary art.
    Updated 18-Aug-16

    Homer Watson House & Gallery
    1754 Old Mill Road
    Kitchener, Ontario N2P 1H7
    Helena Ball, Executive Director
    Paige Bolta, Director of Education & Public Programming
    Phone (519) 748-4377
    Email: exhibitions@homerwatson.on.ca
    Web site: www.homerwatson.on.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The mission of Homer Watson House & Gallery is to preserve and celebrate the legacy of Homer Watson's creative spirit by stimulating the appreciation, enjoyment, and practice of the visual arts. Incorporated in 1982, we have a four-part program of, 1) preservation of Homer Watson's art, his home studio and gallery, and the heritage of his life, his times and that of the Doon School of Fine Arts, 2) exhibition of the broad spectrum of Watson's art and regular shows of contemporary local and regional artists, 3) education through instructional programs in the visual arts for the general public and curriculum-based school programming, and 4) enrichment through special programs, events and activities.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

    Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery
    101 Queen Street North
    Kitchener, Ontario N2H 6P7
    Shirley Madill, Executive Director
    Shelly Mitchell, Director of Finance and Administration
    Phone (519) 579-5860 / Fax (519) 578-0740
    Email: smadilll@kwag.on.ca
    Website: www.kwag.on.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Through thoughtful and engaging programs, the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery (KW|AG) connects people and ideas through art. The Gallery's exhibitions and programs are built on the mission that art is the catalyst for shared experience, dialogue and imagination. The Gallery emphasizes contemporary art, often premiering works by Canadian and international artists. KW|AG plays a vital educational role in the community, offering a full spectrum of artistic experience for adults, children and familes alike.
    Updated 26-May-15

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    Kleinburg

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection
    10365 Islington Avenue
    Kleinburg, Ontario L0J 1C0
    Nathalie Mercure, Interim Executive Director
    Nick Foglia, Director, Communications, Marketing and Sales
    Mary Benvenuto, Director, Finance & Human Resources
    Sarah Stanners, Director, Curatorial and Collections
    Phone (905) 893-1121 / Fax (905) 893-0692
    Email: info@mcmichael.com
    Web site: www.mcmichael.com
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Set on over 100 acres of woodland, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection displays a renowned collection of works of art by Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven and their contemporaries, First Nations, Métis and Inuit artists.
    Updated 04-Apr-16

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    Leamington

    Leamington Arts Centre/South Essex Arts Association
    72 Talbot Street West
    Leamington, Ontario N8H 1M4
    Chad Riley, Director
    Leyla Munteau, Gallery Assistant
    Phone (519) 326-2711
    Website: www.leamingtonartscentre.com
    Email: info@leamingtonartscentre.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Leamington Arts Centre (LAC) is located in the heart of South Western Ontario's beautiful uptown Leamington in one of the town's many wonderful heritage buildings. The LAC is a state of the gallery which offers three large art galleries, Erie Quest Heritage Ship Wreck museum as well as a gift shop, art classes, workshops and meeting spaces. The LAC is one of the area's paramount places to view modern art with an emphasis on local and aspiring artists and artisans.
    Updated 26-May-15

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    London

    Art Conservation Services Inc.
    421 Ridout Street North
    London, Ontario N6A 5H4
    Keith Bantock, Fine Art Conservation
    Phone (519) 472-4138 Toll Free 1-800-667-6048
    Email: artconserv@bellnet.ca
    Web site: www.artconservationservices.com
    BUSINESS MEMBER
    Fine Art Restoration Studio
    Updated 10-May-12

    Museum London
    421 Ridout Street North
    London, Ontario N6A 5H4
    Melanie Townsend, Head of Exhibitions and Collections
    Brian Meehan, Executive Director
    Cassandra Getty, Curator of Art
    Janette Cousins Ewan, Art Registrar
    Phone (519) 661-2500
    Email: info@museumlondon.ca
    Web site: www.museumlondon.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Museum London's activities are guided by a mandate to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the culture of the region and the nation. In the visual arts, activities focus on artists and artworks with a connection to London and the region, but extend local concerns through the examination of national and international trends. The material culture component of our activities explores the history and culture of the City of London, but often works collaboratively to build a broader context for the visual arts programming. To these ends, we present a dynamic mix of interconnected exhibitions and programs of local and national relevance.
    Updated 30-Apr-14

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    Minden

    Agnes Jamieson Gallery
    176 Bobcaygeon Road North, P.O. Box 648
    Minden, Ontario K0M 2K0
    Laurie Carmount, Curator
    Phone (705) 286-3763
    Email: gallery@mindenhills.ca
    Web site: www.mindenculturalcentre.com
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    Public art gallery owned and operated by township of Minden Hills since 1981. Offers year round programming with 8 - 9 exhibitions primarily on Canadian landscape art (both contemporary and traditional) incorporating its collection of artwork by André Lapine ARCA.
    Updated 07-May-14

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    Mississauga

    Art Gallery of Mississauga
    300 City Centre Drive
    Mississauga, Ontario L5B 3C1
    Mandy Salter, Director / Curator
    Kendra Ainsworth, Curator of Contemporary Art
    Sadaf Zuberi, Membership Coordinator / Animateur
    Laura Carusi, Volunteer Coordinator / Curatorial Assistant
    Phone (905) 896-5088 
    Email:agm.connect@mississauga.ca
    Web site: artgalleryofmississauga.com
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) is a public, not-for-profit, art gallery located in the Mississauga Civic Centre, across from Square One Mall. The AGM is proud to admit people free of charge, to serve communities, and provide positive visual art experiences for all visitors. Engage. Think. Inspire. This phrase opens the dialogue at the AGM. In line with Mission, the Gallery connects with the people of Mississauga through the collection and presentation of relevant works from a range of periods and movements in Canadian art.
    Updated 18-Aug-16

    Blackwood Gallery
    University of Toronto Mississauga
    3359 Mississauga Road
    Mississauga, Ontario L5L 1C6
    Christine Shaw, Director/Curator
    Petrina Ng, Exhibition Coordinator
    Alison Cooley, Curatorial Assistant/Collections Archivist
    Phone (905) 828-3789 / Fax (905) 569-4262
    Email: blackwood.gallery@utoronto.ca
    Web site: www.blackwoodgallery.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Blackwood Gallery is a contemporary art gallery situated on the campus of the University of Toronto Mississauga. The gallery presents curated exhibitions featuring the work of local, national, and international professional artists.
    Updated 09-Mar-16

    Living Arts Centre
    4141 Living Arts Drive
    Mississauga, Ontario L5B 4B8
    Leslie Leader, Director Studio Arts, Education and Outreach Programs
    Megan Press, Coordinator, Exhibitions & Residency Programs
    Phone (905) 306-6161 / Fax (905) 306-6101
    Email: exhibitions.exhibitions@livingarts.on.ca
    Web site: www.livingartscentre.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Living Arts Centre Gallery is a not for profit space that annually hosts seven rotating exhibitions. The gallery season includes cross-cultural, educational, and interdisciplinary projects that represent the Peel Region and its artists.
    Updated 26-May-15

    Museums of Mississauga (Bradley Museum, Benares Historic House, Leslie Log House)
    1620 Orr Road
    Mississauga, Ontario L5J 4T2
    Stuart Keeler, Manager & Chief Curator
    Isabel Palferro, Coordinator, Customer Service and Admin
    Phone (905) 615-4860
    Email: museums@mississauga.ca
    Web site: www.museumsofmississauga.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    We serve to present an exceptional collection of historic house museums with the goal to create a meaningful dialogue on a shared past, a collective present and a collaborative future. By presenting relevant exhibitions, educational programs and innovative engagement experiences, the museums connect the public with the story of mississauga's heritage shaped by Canadian identity and our global context.
    Updated 2-Dec-15

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    Niagara-on-the-Lake

    Niagara Pumphouse Visual Arts Centre
    247 Ricardo Street
    Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario L0S 1J0
    Rima Boles, Gallery Manager
    Phone (905) 468-5455
    Email: office@niagarapumphouse.ca
    Web site: www.niagarapumphouse.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre engages the community through educational programs, exhibitions and special events to create, celebrate and appreciate visual arts. The Centre is housed in a Victorian brick building on the banks of the Niagara River.
    Updated 21-May-15

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    Niagara Falls

    Niagara Falls Art Gallery
    8058 Oakwood Drive, R.R. #2
    Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 6S5
    Dr. Debra Attenborough, Executive Director
    David Gilbert, Director
    Phone (905) 356-1514
    Email:info@niagarafallsartgallery.ca
    Web site: www.niagarafallsartgallery.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Founded in 1979, the Niagara Falls Art Gallery celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2004. We house the William Kurelek Art Collection, which includes the artist's personal papers and library. Also part of the Gallery's permanent collection is the John Burtniak Niagara Collection of historical Niagara Falls works of art from the 1700s to the 1950s. The Niagara Falls Art Gallery is involved in community arts development throughout the Niagara Region with its Arts-Based Integrated Learning programs that serve over 57,000 elementary school participants.
    Updated 04-Sep-14

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    North Bay

    W.K.P. Kennedy Gallery
    Capitol Centre
    150 Main Street East
    North Bay, Ontario P1B 1A8
    Alex Maeve Campbell, Gallery Officer
    Phone (705) 474-1944 ext 227
    Email: alex@kennedygallery.org
    Web site: www.kennedygallery.org
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Collections and exhibitions highlights include 400 works of art in the permanent collection, including works by A.Y. Jackson, Goodridge Roberts, Edwin Holgate, Stanley Cosgrove, Doris McCarthy, Leonard Brooks, and Jeannie Thib. The Gallery hosts approximately 10 visual arts exhibitions annually in all media from regional, national and international sources. Incorporated in 1987, the WKP Kennedy Gallery is dedicated to promoting contemporary and historical visual art and the artists of Northern Ontario.
    Updated 1-Oct-15

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    Oakville

    Oakville Galleries
    Centennial Square: 120 Navy Street
    Gairloch Gardens and Head Offices: 1306 Lakeshore Road East
    Oakville, Ontario L6J 1L6
    Matthew Hyland, Director
    Victoria Borg, Communications Coordinator
    Elizabeth Underhill, Education Officer
    Maria Zanetti, Office & Facilities Manager
    Phone (905) 844-4402 / Fax (905) 844-7968
    Email: info@oakvillegalleries.com
    Web site: www.oakvillegalleries.com
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Oakville Galleries is a contemporary art museum reaching communities across the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. As a forum for engaging people with the questions that shape us as individuals, communities, and cultures, Oakville Galleries draws on contemporary art in all facets of operations to facilitate reflection and discovery in unexpected and stimulating ways.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

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    Orillia

    Orillia Museum of Art and History
    30 Peter Street South
    Orillia, Ontario L3V 5A9
    Ninette Gyorody, Executive Director
    Lois Green, Programs Coordinator
    Shannon Hawke, Communications Coordinator
    Hope McGilly, Registrar
    Phone (705) 326-2159 / Fax (705) 326-7828
    Email: executivedirector@orilliamuseum.org
    Web site: www.orilliamuseum.org
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Orillia Museum of Art and History, housed in the Sir Sam Steele Memorial Building, showcases the best of Orillia and Lake Country's culture and history through local and nationally significant exhibitions. OMAH is dedicated to featuring local artists and artisans in both its gallery and gift shop.
    Updated 21-May-15

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    Oshawa

    The Robert McLaughlin Gallery
    72 Queen Street, Civic Centre
    Oshawa, Ontario L1H 3Z3
    Olinda Casimiro, Interim CEO and Director of Finance
    Linda Jansma, Curator
    Jacquie Severs, Manager, Communications & Social Media
    Phone (905) 576-3000 / Fax (905) 576-9774
    Email: communications@rmg.on.ca
    Web site: www.rmg.on.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The largest public gallery in Durham Region, the RMG occupies and inspired 36,000 square foot building designed by world-renowned architect Arthur Erickson. The RMG holds a permanent collection of over 4,000 works of art and has four galleries of diverse and changing exhibitions. Located in downtown Oshawa, the RMG is dedicated to sharing, exploring and engaging with their communities through the continuing story of modern and contemporary art.
    Updated 09-Aug-12

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    Ottawa

    Carleton University Art Gallery
    St. Patrick's Building
    1125 Colonel By Drive
    Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6
    Heather Anderson, Curator
    Fiona Wright, Education and Community Outreach Manager
    Alisdair MacRae, Administrative Assistant
    Patrick Lacasse, Collections/Exhibtions Assistant
    Phone (613) 520-2120 / Fax (613) 520-4409
    Email: sandra.dyck@carleton.ca
    Web site: cuag.carleton.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Carleton University Art Gallery builds and preserves Carleton University's art collection as a rich resource for research, teaching, learning and discovery through the direct experience of works of art. As a public art gallery, it connects the cultural life of the university to that of the wider community through a lively and critical program of exhibitions, publications, and events that foster awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the visual arts.
    Updated 26-May-15

    National Gallery of Canada
    380 Sussex Drive, P.O. Box 427, Station A
    Ottawa, Ontario K1N 9N4
    Phone (613) 990-1985 or 1-800-319-2787 / Fax (613) 990-9810
    Email: info@gallery.ca
    Web site: www.gallery.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The National Gallery of Canada, a visual arts museum of international stature, holds its collections of art in trust for all Canadians. The mandate of the National Gallery is to develop, maintain and make known, throughout Canada and internationally, a national collection of works of art, historic and contemporary, with special but not exclusive reference to Canada, and to further knowledge, understanding, and enjoyment of art among Canadians.
    Updated 30-Jul-15

    Ottawa Art Gallery/La Galerie d'art d'Ottawa
    2 Daly Avenue
    Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6E2
    Alexandra Badzak, Director and CEO
    Michelle Gewurtz, Interim Senior Curator
    Ola Wlusek, Curator of Contemporary Art
    Jennifer Gilliland, Collections and Building Project Manager
    Phone (613) 233-8699
    Email: info@ottawaartgallery.ca
    Web site: www.ottawaartgallery.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG), Ottawa's designated municipal gallery, is an independent non-profit public art gallery committed to the acquisition, presentation, interpretation and dissemination of contemporary art for the benefit of the local arts community. OAG's programs explore a variety of issues and include exhibitions, talks, lectures, tours and publications. The Gallery has a growing contemporary collection of works associated with the region. It also houses the Firestone Collection of Canadian Art, which is presented through changing exhibitions. The Firestone Collection is comprised of over 1,600 works of art assembled by Ottawa art collectors O.J. and Isobel Firestone, who purchased the works from the early 1950s to the 1970s.
    Updated 7-Jun-15

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    Owen Sound

    Tom Thomson Art Gallery
    840 First Avenue West
    Owen Sound, Ontario N4K 4K4
    Virginia Eichhorn, Director & Chief Curator
    David Huff, Curator of Collections
    Lindsey Watson, Administrative Assistant
    Robert Alton, Exhibitions Co-ordinator
    Phone (519) 376-1932 / Fax (519) 376-3037
    Email: ttag@tomthomson.org
    Web site: www.tomthomson.org
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery is a regional art centre and national cultural attraction dedicated to the innovative spirit of landscape artist and Canadian icon, Tom Thomson. The gallery celebrates excellence in the visual arts through exhibitions of historical and contemporary art, education programs promoting life-long learning, and the enrichment and interpretation of its significant permanent collection.
    Updated 25-Jun-13

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    Peterborough

    Art Gallery of Peterborough
    250 Crescent Street
    Peterborough, Ontario K9J 2G1
    Celeste Scopelites, Director
    Phone (705) 743-9179 / Fax (705) 743-8168
    Email: cscopelites@peterborough.ca
    Web site: www.agp.on.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Updated 19-Jun-14

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    Pickering

    Durham West Arts Centre Inc.
    1867 Valley Farm Road
    Pickering, Ontario L1V 3Y7
    David R. Green, Treasurer
    Robert W. Jackson, Vice-Chair
    Edward Falkenberg, Past Chair & Founder
    Phone (905) 420-2667
    Email: info@dwac.ca
    Web site: http://www.dwac.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Durham West Arts Centre is a "hub" organization working to establish links with artists, arts groups and arts lovers. The Mission of DWAC is to support, promote and present world-class contemporary arts and culture. Through education, presentation and partnership with the Durham West Arts Centre Inc. continues to develop awareness and engagement in the arts, increase the audience and membership, be sustainable and champion the intrinsic need of arts and culture to our community.
    Updated 26-May-15

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    Queenston

    RiverBrink Art Museum
    116 Queenston St., P.O. Box 266
    Queenston, Ontario L0S 1L0
    David Aurandt, Curator
    Debra Antoncic, Curator
    Greta Hildebrand, Administrator
    Phone (905) 262-4510 / Fax (905) 262-4477
    Email: director@riverbrink.org
    Web site: www.riverbrink.org
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    RiverBrink Art Museum is a collecting and exhibiting art museum open to the public since 1983. Museum programming and operating is supported by the Weir Foundation, private donations, volunteers' fundraising, and admissions fees. Specific exhibition and education projects receive additional support from federal, provincial and municipal sources. The museum's exhibitions and educational offerings change annually; 2014 focuses on women artists and Niagara Falls as icon and idea. RiverBrink serves local, regional communities and tourists to Niagara.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

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    St. Catharines

    Rodman Hall Arts Centre
    109 St. Paul Cresent
    St. Catharines, Ontario L2S 1M3
    Stuart Reid, Director/ Curator
    Marcie Bronson, Curator
    Danny Custodio, Administrative Assistant
    Matthew Tegel, Preparator
    Michelle Nicholls, Educator
    Phone (905) 684-2925 / Fax (905) 682-4733
    Email: rodman@brocku.ca
    Web site: www.brocku.ca/rodmanhall/
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Rodman Hall Art Centre is a regional resource for contemporary art serving the broader Niagara region. Dedicated to enriching lives by connecting people to art and by providing accessible and meaningful opportunities for learning, Rodman Hall is a portal for research at Brock University, encouraging interdisciplinary conversations in the arts.
    Updated 06-Jul-15

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    St. Thomas

    St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre
    301 Talbot Street
    St. Thomas, Ontario N5P 1B5
    Laura Woermke, Curator/Executive Director
    Sherri Howard, Education and Events Coordinator
    Kate Tippin, Administrative Assistant
    Phone (519) 631-4040 / Fax (519) 631-4057
    Email: info@stepac.ca
    Web site: www.stepac.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    It is the mission of the St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre to encourge and promote an appreciation for the visual arts in St. Thomas and Elgin County through variety of exhibitions and educational programs and through the preservation of a permanent collection.
    Updated 07-May-13

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    Sarnia

    Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery
    147 Lochiel Street
    Sarnia, Ontario N7T 0B4
    Lisa Daniels, Curator/Supervisor
    Darryn Doull, Curatorial Assistant
    Shelly Mallon, Art Collections Officer
    Kristi Sills, Gallery Operations Coordinator
    Jessica Geick, Marketing & Online Relations
    Phone (519) 336-8127 / Fax (519) 336-8128
    Email: lisa.daniels@county-lambton.on.ca
    Web site: www.jnaag.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery will provide a dynamic environment that will engage the viewer on multiple levels fostering and expanding their relationship to art. We are a regional gallery with a national mandate committed to presenting a full range of visual art from historical to contemporary.
    Updated 18-Aug-14

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    Sault Ste. Marie

    Art Gallery of Algoma
    10 East Street
    Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
    P6A 3C3
    Jasmina Jovanovic, Director | Ext. 101| jasmina@artgalleryofalgoma.com
    Heather Trevisanut, Accounting| Ext. 102| heather@artgalleryofalgoma.com
    Katie Alton, Marketing and Office Coordinator | Ext. 104| katie@artgalleryofalgoma.com
    Laurie Carlyle - Education Officer | Ext. 105| laurie@artgalleryofalgoma.com
    Blake Jackson, Visitor Services and Public Engagement Coordinator | Ext. 107| blake@artgalleryofalgoma.com
    Kathleen MacKinnon, Collections Manager| Ext. 103 | kathleen@artgalleryofalgoma.com
    Phone (705) 949-9067 / Fax (705) 949-6261
    Email: galleryinfo@artgalleryofalgoma.ca
    Web site: www.artgalleryofalgoma.com
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Our mandate is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret visual art. We provide our audience with the best cross section of both historical and contemporary art from local, regional, national, and international levels, raise public awareness of the visual arts in everyday life, and conduct education programs in the origins, development, appreciation, and techniques of visual art for children and adults. Our permanent collection comprises over 5000 works, featuring Canadian and international artists such as Carl Beam, Tom Benner, David Bierck, Jack Bush, A. J. Casson, Anthony Caro, A. Y. Jackson, Larry Poons, Dennis Oppenheim, with an historical and contemporary focus.
    Updated 02-Feb-15

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    Simcoe

    Norfolk Arts Centre
    21 Lynnwood Avenue
    Simcoe, Ontario N3Y 2V7
    Deirdre Chisholm, Director/Curator
    Carrie Kitzul, Gallery Assistant
    Phone (519) 428-0540
    Email: norfolkartscentre@norfolkcounty.ca
    Web site: www.norfolkartscentre.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Founded in 1974, the Norfolk Arts Centre is a public art gallery located in Simcoe at Lynnwood National Historic Site. The Norfolk Arts Centre has a permanent collection of over 500 works of Canadian art. The gallery mission is to provide Norfolk County and the surrounding area with a public forum that encourages diverse practices in the visual arts. The public program comprises exhibitions and education activities that support the understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of the arts with maximum community involvement.
    Updated 07-May-14

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    Southampton

    The Southampton Art School & Gallery
    201 High Street
    Southampton, Ontario NOH 2L0
    April Patry, Art Gallery Director
    Darlene McConnachie, Art School Director
    Phone (519) 797-5068
    Email: artgallery@southampton.com
    Web site: www.southamptonart.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Since 1957, Southampton has been Bruce County's destination of choice for artists, students and visitors interested in the appreaciation, study and enjoyment of the arts. In 1986, an organized group from the community formed the Southampton Arts Society as a registered non-profit charity to support the Southampton Art School. Today, the Southampton Arts Society is committed to providing educational and cultural activities in association with both the Art School and Gallery.
    Updated 21-May-15

    Stouffville

    Latcham Gallery
    6240 Main Street
    Stouffville, Ontario L4A 1E2
    Roz Pritchard, Director
    Phone (905) 640-8954 / Fax (905) 640-6246
    Email: info@latchamgallery.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Latcham Gallery is a public art gallery founded in 1979. We feature eight to ten exhibitions of contemporary art annually. Both solo and group shows present work by artists from throughout the province and in all media. In conjunction with these exhibitions, the Gallery offers educational programs for all ages including classes, workshops, artist talks and lectures. The outdoor sculpture walk, situated along Duffins Creek in Stouffville, includes works by Ron Baird, William Lishman, E.B. Cox, Karena Massengill, Anne Allardyce, and Ted Bieler.
    Updated 21-Jan-14

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    Stratford

    Gallery Stratford
    54 Romeo Street South
    Stratford, Ontario N5A 4S9
    Aidan Ware, Director & Curator
    Christine Lee, Office Manager
    Peg Dunnem, Education Officer
    Phone (519) 271-5271 / Fax (519) 271-1642
    Email: info@gallerystratford.on.ca
    Web site: www.gallerystratford.on.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Gallery Stratford presents engaging contemporary exhibitions by Canadian artists working in all media, juxtaposed with emerging artists from the region. The ideas explored by exhibiting artists are animated through a wide variety of public and school programs.
    Updated 11-Aug-14

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    Sudbury

    Art Gallery of Sudbury/Galerie d’art de Sudbury
    251 John Street
    Sudbury, Ontario P3E 1P9
    Demetra Christakos, Director / Curator
    Nancy Gareh, Education Manager
    Deanna Nebenionquit, Curator Alternate / Collections Manager
    Karen Thistle, Manager of Development / Communications
    Phone (705) 675-4871 / Fax (705) 674-3065
    Email: gallery@artsudbury.org
    Web site: www.artsudbury.org
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Updated 2-Dec-15

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    Sutton West

    Georgina Arts Centre & Gallery
    P.O. Box 1455, 149 High Street
    Sutton West, Ontario L0E 1R0
    Ewa Chwojko-Srawley, Curator
    Phone (905) 722-9587
    / Fax (905) 722-9589
    Email: gac@gacag.com
    Web site: www.gacag.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Georgina Arts Centre & Gallery features Canadian artists and is home to the Smith/Chiarandini collection, York Wilson Collection, and Tom Zsolt Collection. Bruce Smith, a highly noted artist in his own right, was a student of Albert Chiarandini's, who exhibited with The Group of Seven.York Wilson is famous for his murals, one of which resides in the lobby of the Soni Centre, and Tom Zsolt is a professional photographer who lives locally and captures disappearing small town scenes.
    The GAC showcases a minimum of fourteen different artists every year including a strong First Nations component and also contains a Gallery Shoppe, and teaching facility where it provides classes and workshops with professional artists.
    Updated 27-Oct-14

    Thunder Bay

    Thunder Bay Art Gallery
    1080 Keewatin Street, P.O. Box 10193
    Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 6T7
    Sharon Godwin, Director
    Nadia Kurd, Curator
    Jaime-Brett Sine, Curatorial Assistant/Registrar
    Vivian Alexander, Educator
    Alastair MacKay, Marketing and Communications
    Phone (807) 577-6427 / Fax (807) 577-3781
    Email: info@theag.ca
    Web site: www.theag.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Thunder Bay Art Gallery, the only public art gallery between Sault Ste. Marie and Winnipeg, opened in 1976 as a National Exhibition Centre. In 1982, the facility and mandate expanded and a concentration on contemporary First Nations art began. Today the Gallery exhibits work by artists from Northwestern Ontario through its Regional Artists Series, and hosts national and international travelling exhibitions. The Gallery's collection has grown to 1600 pieces of work by both established and emerging First Nations artists from across Canada and we are dedicated to the exhibition of work by both established and emerging First Nations artists.
    Updated 13-Nov-14

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    Timmins

    Timmins Museum: National Exhibition Centre
    325 Second Avenue
    Timmins, Ontario P4N 1H8
    Karen Bachmann, Director/Curator
    Christina McManus, Marketing/ Development Officer
    Roxanne Collins, Programme Supervisor
    Phone (705) 360-2617 / Fax (705) 360-2693
    Email: museum@timmins.ca
    Website: www.timminsmuseum.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The TM:NEC is a public resource dedicated to the presentation, promotion, and preservation of heritage and culture through exhibitions, programmes and community education.
    Updated 07-May-14

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    Toronto

    Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC)
    393-401 Richmond Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8
    Elizabeth Edwards, Executive Director
    Melissa Lavallee, Appraisal Coordinator
    Phone (416) 934-1583 / Fax 866-280-9432
    Email: info@ad-ac.ca
    Web site: www.ad-ac.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC) is a national not-for-profit organization founded in 1966. ADAC maintains a high standard of connoisseurship and adherence to ethical practice within the profession. The ADAC mandate includes promoting the canadian art market both nationally and abroad.
    Updated 21-Aug-14

    Art Gallery of Ontario
    317 Dundas Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M5T 1G4
    Shawn St. Michael, Executive Director of Development and Campaign
    Katharine Lochnan, Deputy Director of Research and The R. Fraser Elliot Curator of Prints & Drawings
    Maia Sutnik, Curator of Photography
    Karen McKenzie, Chief Librarian
    Margaret Haupt, Deputy Director of Collections and Head of Conservation
    Barry Simpson, Registrar
    Phone (416) 979-6648 / Fax (416) 979-6646
    Email: info@ago.net
    Web site: www.ago.net
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    With a permanent collection of more than 73,000 works of art, the Art Gallery of Ontario is among the most distinguished art museums in North America. The Gallery began an extraordinary chapter when it launched Transformation AGO in 2002. Multi-faceted in scope, Transformation AGO involves an unprecedented growth of the permanent collection, an innovative architectural expansion by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, and the strengthening of the museum's endowment resources. As the imaginative centre of the city, the transformed AGO dramatically enriches our visitors' experiences and provides greater access to the full vibrancy of the art museum.
    Updated 11-Aug-14

    Art Gallery of York University
    4700 Keele Street, York University
    Accolade East Building
    Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3
    Philip Monk, Director/Curator
    Emelie Chhangur, Assistant Director / Curator
    Michael Maranda, Assistant Curator
    Suzanne Carte-Blanchenot, Assistant Curator
    Allyson Adley, Collections/Education Assistant
    Karen Pellegrino, Administrative Assistant
    Phone (416) 736-5169 / Fax (416) 736-5985
    Email: agyu@yorku.ca
    Web site: www.yorku.ca/agyu
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Departing from the notion of "out there," the Art Gallery of York University (AGYU) is an artistically and intellectually driven public art gallery dedicated to manifesting contemporary art through diverse cultural circuits by continuously, and simultaneously, creating and transcending contexts.
    Updated 04-July-15

    Arts Etobicoke
    4893A Dundas Street West, Toronto
    Toronto, ON M9A 1B2
    Phone (416) 622-8731 / Fax (416) 622-5782
    Email: info@artsetobicoke.com
    Web site: www.artsetobicoke.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Arts Etobicoke's mission is to engage all people in West Toronto with the arts and artists in their own community. To achieve our mission, we provide innovative and quality programming and services designed to increase accessibility, reach and involve special and diverse audiences, create broad community awareness of local arts organizations and artists and develop partnerships and networks to foster and sustain local arts activities.
    Updated 09-Aug-12

    Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD Ontario)
    196 Spadina Ave. Suite 210
    Toronto, ON M5V 2J6
    Hilary Francescon, Executive Director
    Sandra Francescon, Events Coordinator
    Heidi Mulzer, Director of Membership
    Phone 1-888-274-3668 or (416) 367-8819
    Email: info@rgdontario.com
    Web site: www.rgdontario.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    RGD Ontario is the professional Association representing graphic designers in Ontario. The Association was given the mandate by the provincial government to bestow the professional designation Registered Graphic Designer (R.G.D.) on designers who meet the Association's rigorous standards of competency. R.G.D.s must pass an exam to demontsrate that are ethical, profesional and knowlegdeable. RGD Ontario's programming includes the annual DesignThinkers conference, an annual exhibition called Design at Work and an annual student awards program.
    Updated 26-Oct-11

    The Bata Shoe Museum
    327 Bloor Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M5S 1W7
    Laura Gibson, Visitor Services Manager
    Phone (416) 979-7799 / Fax (416) 979-0078
    Website: www.batashoemuseum.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Discover the treasures of North America's charming and surprising shoe museum. Hundreds of shoes (from a collection numbering over 10,000) are on exhibit in architect Raymond Moriyama's award-winning four-storey structure. The Museum celebrates the style and function of footwear in four impressive galleries. Footwear on display ranges from Chinese bound foot shoes and ancient Egyptian sandals to chestnut-crushing clogs and glamourous platforms. Over 4,500 years of history and a collection of 20th-century celebrity shoes are reflected in the semi-permanent exhibition, All About Shoes. Three other galleries feature changing exhibitions, so there's always something new to see.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

    Canadian Fine Arts
    577 Mount Pleasant Rd.
    Toronto, Ontario M4S 2M5
    Terri Roberton
    Michel Bigué
    Phone (416) 544-8806
    Web site: www.canadianfinearts.com
    Email: canadianfinearts@rogers.com
    BUSINESS MEMBER
    With over forty years of experience, Michel Bigué has developed an expertise recognized by both seasoned collectors and major art institutions. CFA features important historical Canadian paintings from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century. Additionally, CFA supports the careers of many emerging and mid-career contemporary artists.
    Updated 06-May-13

    Museum of Inuit Art
    207 Queen's Quay West, Suite 100, Box 32
    Toronto, Ontario M5J 1A7
    Lindsay Bontoft, Development Coordinator
    Brittany Holliss, Manager
    Phone (416) 640-1571
    Email: info@miamuseum.ca
    Web Site: www.miamuseum.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    MIA is the only public museum south of the Arctic devoted exclusively to the display of art made by Canadian Inuit artists. MIA's mission is to act as a space where artistic expressions of Inuit, both past and present, spark immersive experiences for visitors.
    Updated 29-Jun-15

    Carr McLean Ltd.
    461 Horner Avenue
    Toronto, Ontario M8W 4X2
    Daniel Ryan, Customer Service Manager
    Dave Gudnason, Marketing Manager
    Phone (416) 252-3371 / Fax (416) 252-9203
    Web site: www.carrmclean.ca
    BUSINESS MEMBER
    Proudly Canadian owned and operated, Carr McLean has been sourcing and supplying Archival, Conservation and Library products to customers across Canada for more than 50 years.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

    Creative Spirit Art Centre
    999 Dovercourt Road
    Toronto, Ontario M6H 2X7
    Ellen Anderson, Executive Director
    Liz Hysen, President
    Shelly Zippen, Vice President
    Michele Love-Grove Thompson, Secretary
    Phone (416) 588-8801 / Fax (416) 588-8966
    Web site: www.creativespirit.on.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Public art gallery/studio dedicated to advancing the creative power in artists with disabilities. Collection of Canadian Art Brut, Outsider Art, resource and information centre, library, conferences, exhibitions, festivals, publications, workshops, tours, giftshop - universal access to visual art.
    Updated 21-Jan-16

    Design Exchange
    Toronto Dominion Centre
    234 Bay Street
    Toronto, Ontario M5K 1B2
    Shauna Levy, President
    Adam Owen, Director of Marketing
    Rosa Ricci, Membership Coordinator
    Phone (416) 363-6121 / Fax (416) 368-0684
    Email: info@dx.org
    Web site: www.dx.org
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Design Exchange (DX) is Canada's only museum dedicated exclusively to the pursuit of design excellence and preservation of design heritage. At a crossroads of multiple disciplines from furniture and architecture to graphics and fashion, DX exhibitions and talks are curated to be culturally relevant and to reflect the popular zeitgeist. Located in downtown Toronto in the historical and original Toronto Stock Exchange building, the DX annually attracts thousands of visitors of all ages.
    Updated 07-May-13

    Diaz Contemporary
    100 Niagara Street
    Toronto, Ontario M5V 1C5
    Benjamin Diaz, Director
    Phone (416) 361-2972 / Fax (416) 360-7887
    Email: ben@diazcontemporary.ca
    Web site: www.diazcontemporary.ca
    BUSINESS MEMBER
    Diaz Contemporary first opened in the fall of 2005, with an inaugural exhibition of work by Canadian and Mexican contemporary artists. The exhibition set the tone and agenda for the gallery's future programming, designed to showcase a commitment to exhibiting a range of artists form both countries. Located in downtown Toronto, in a newly renovated post-industrial building, Diaz Contemporary's space is well suited for exhibiting a range of media, including: sculpture, painting, drawing, photography and media based work. The space houses two gallery rooms that are used to present one larger show or two simultaneous exhibitions. The gallery has become a forum for further expanding the critical dialogue of the international art world on a local level. With a roster of emerging, mid-career, and senior artists, gallery director Benjamin Diaz is committed to fostering the careers of his select artists as he continuously presents critically engaging contemporary work.
    Updated 25-Apr-12

    Doris McCarthy Gallery
    University of Toronto Scarborough
    1265 Military Trail
    Toronto, Ontario M1C 1A4
    Ann MacDonald, Director/Curator
    Erin Peck, Exhibitions and Outreach Coordinator
    Phone (416) 287-7007
    Email: dmg@utsc.utoronto.ca
    Web site: www.utsc.utoronto.ca/dmg
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Doris McCarthy Gallery is a public, university art gallery that features four to five contemporary art exhibitions per year, curates touring exhibitions by artists of international note, and produces print and online publications. The gallery offers an array of related programming including artist and curator's talks, performances, lectures, workshops and exhibition tours. The DMG is in the Department of Arts, Culture & Media at the University of Toronto Scarborough.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

    Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery
    Etobicoke Civic Centre
    399 The West Mall
    Etobicoke, Ontario M9C 2Y2
    Denise Dickin, Senior Arts Consultant
    Phone (416) 394-8628 / Fax (416) 394-2455
    Email: eccartgallery@toronto.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Established in 1976, the Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery specializes in presenting annual juried members shows by local, national, and international art organizations. Located at the corner of Hwy. 427 and Burnhamthorpe Road, the ECCAG hosts new shows each month.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

    Gallery Arcturus
    80 Gerrard Street East
    Toronto, Ontario M5B 1G6
    Cathy Stilo, Vice-President
    Deborah Harris, Curator/Artist-In-Residence
    Phone (416) 977-1077 / Fax (416) 977-1066
    Email: ob-art@arcturus.ca
    Website: www.arcturus.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Gallery Arcturus is a not-for-profit Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Education centre funded and operated by The Foundation for the Study of Objective Art, a private charity.
    Updated 13-Nov-14

    Gallery 1313
    1313 Queen Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M6K 1L8
    Phil Anderson, Gallery Director
    Phone (416) 536-6778 / Fax (416) 536-6778
    Email: director@g1313.org
    Web site: www.g1313.org
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Gallery 1313 is an artist-run centre that supports vital contemporary art practices by recognizing the work of emerging and established artists in a variety of media.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

    Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography
    401 Richmond Street West, Suite 120
    Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8
    Noa Bronstein, Executive Director
    Robyn York, Head of Communications and Development
    SoJin Chun, Head of Education and Membership
    Phone (416) 979-3941
    Email: info@gallery44.org
    Web site: www.gallery44.org
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography is a non-profit artist-run centre committed to photography as a multi-faceted and ever-changing art form. Founded in 1979 to establish a supportive environment for the development of photography, Gallery 44's mandate is to provide a context for reflection and dialogue on contemporary photography and its related practices. Gallery 44 offers exhibition and publication opportunities to national and international artists, award-winning education programs, and affordable production facilities for artists.
    Updated 20-Aug-14

    Gallery TPW
    170 St. Helens Avenue
    Toronto, Ontario M6H 4A1
    Gary Hall, Executive Director
    Kim Simon, Curator
    Phone (416) 645-1066 / Fax (416) 645-1681
    Email: info@gallerytpw.ca
    Web site: www.gallerytpw.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Gallery TPW addresses the vital role that images play in contemporary culture and explores the exchange between photography, new technologies and time-based media. Gallery TPW facilitates critical discussions about contemporary art through its exhibitions, presentations and disseminations.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

    Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art
    111 Queen's Park
    Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C7
    Antonio Tan, Marketing & Communications Coordinator
    Charles Mason, Chief Curator
    Katy Liu, Controller
    Phone (416) 586-8080 / Fax (416) 586-8085
    Email: mail@gardinermuseum.com
    Web site: www.gardinermuseum.on.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Hailed as "exquisite" by the New York Times, the Gardiner Museum offers an intimate look at one of the world's oldest and most universal forms of art an maerial culture - ceramics. Its permanent collection comprises of Mesoamerican, European and Contemporary art, including stunning work by Picasso and Chagall. The Gardiner also features a destination restaurant and award-winning shop featuring handcrafted artist-made work.
    Updated 25-Jun-13


    Gladstone Hotel
    1214 Queen Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M6J 1J6
    Britt Welter-Nolan, Director of Exhibitions
    Jeremy Vandermeij, Creative Director
    Phone (416) 531-4635 / Fax (416) 539-0953
    Email: info@gladstonehotel.com
    Web site: www.gladstonehotel.com
    BUSINESS MEMBER
    The Gladstone Hotel is a unique urban hotel providing travelers and Torontonians with a truly authentic experience of local creative culture. The Gladstone has thirty-seven artist-designed hotel rooms and two florrs of versatile venues to host art-related, social, and corporate events. The hotel produces several anual exhibitions, live music events and rents temporary studio space to artists.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

    Government of Ontario Art Collection
    Archives of Ontario
    134 Ian Macdonald Boulevard
    Toronto, Ontario M7A 2C5
    Lani Wilson, Curator
    Phone (416) 327-1600 / Fax (416) 327-1999
    Email: reference@ontario.ca
    Web site: www.archives.gov.on.ca/english/on-line-exhibits/art/index.aspx
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    With the earliest pieces dating to the mid-19th century, the Government of Ontario Art Collection today comprises approximately 2500 historic and contemporary works, including official portraits, oils, works on paper, indoor and outdoor sculpture, murals, and textiles. Located in government buildings in over 30 towns and cities across the province, significant works from the collection are also on display in the Legislative Assembly at Queen's Park and the Macdonald Block complex at Bay and Wellesley streets.
    Updated 07-May-14

    Harbourfront Centre
    235 Queens Quay West
    Toronto, Ontario M5J 2G8
    Patrick Macaulay, Director, Visual Arts
    Marlee Choo, Assistant Head, Visual Arts
    Phone (416) 973-5379 / Fax (416) 973-4859
    Email: visualarts@harbourfrontcentre.com
    Web site: www.harbourfrontcentre.com/visualarts
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Throughout the Harbourfront Centre, we exhibit the newest in contemporary craft, design, architecture, photography and other visual arts forms. Three exhibition slots a year are programmed in our non-profit and non-collecting exhibtion spaces. Harbourfront Centre is also home to an Artist-in-Residence programme in our Craft & Design Studio, which is open for public viewing and offers courses in a variety of media. Works by our Artists-in-Residence, as well as unique objects by local, Canadian and international artists and designers are available for sale in The Centre Shop.
    Updated 21-May-15

    Humber Galleries & Collection
    Humber College
    21 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Dr.
    Toronto, Ontario M8V 4B6
    Ashley Watson, Curator
    Phone (416) 675-6622 x79378
    Email: galleries@humber.ca
    Website: www.humbergalleries.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Humber Galleries and Collection provides creative programming and access to artwork for Humber College and the greater community. Our galleries and collection enhance Humber College as a cultural hub while discovering new artistic and creative connections to the curriculum. The North Space and L Space Gallery's are located at the Lakeshore and North campuses respectively, and act as cultural hubs for discovering new artistic and creative connections to curriculum. While the collection complements these activities by offering students, staff and the community the opportunity to encounter art around the campuses, making in part of the day-to-day culture of the college, the collection also provides access to integrated to curriculum planning, student research and skills development.
    Updated 16-Apr-14

    Institute for Contemporary Culture
    Royal Ontario Museum
    100 Queen's Park
    Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6
    Chelsea Omel, Coordinator
    Laura Comerford, Coordinator
    Phone (416) 586-5524 / Fax (416) 586-8044
    EMail icc@rom.on.ca
    Web site www.rom.on.ca/icc
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Institute for Contemporary Culture is the Royal Ontario Museum's window on the modern world. Through exhibitions and public events, the ICC explores social, cultural and political issues in societies around the world, illustrating that the cultures represented in the ROM's historical collections remain vibrant forces today.
    Updated 25-Jun-13

    John B. Aird Gallery / Galerie John B. Aird
    900 Bay Street, Macdonald Block
    Toronto, Ontario M7A 1C2
    Carla Garnet, Director/Curator
    Phone (416) 603-0075
    Email: director@airdgallery.org
    Web site: www.airdgallery.org
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Formerly the Macdonald Gallery, we were re-opened in May of 1985 by the Ontario Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs and six visual arts groups, Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour, Ontario Crafts Council, Ontario Society of Artists, Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Society of Canadian Artists, and the Sculptors Society of Canada. Our mandate is to create awareness and enjoyment of art by contemporary professional artists. A committee reviews exhibition proposals on an ongoing basis and selects twelve exhibitions annually. We sponsor an annual juried drawing show, a juried print show and a fundraiser. Proposals from artists and/or their representatives are welcome. The gallery occupies a 2400-square-foot space on the first floor of the Macdonald block, an office complex in the heart of Queen's Park, the seat of the Government of the Province of Ontario.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

    Joyner Waddington's Canadian Fine Art
    275 King Street East
    Toronto, Ontario M5A 1K2
    Geoffrey Joyner, President
    Robert Cowley, Canadian Art Specialst
    Lydia Medeiros, Senior Specialist
    Kristin Vance, Administrator
    Phone (416) 504-5100 / Fax (416) 504-6971
    Email: joyner@waddingtons.ca
    Web site: joyner.waddingtons.ca/
    BUSINESS MEMBER
    A privately-owned Canadian Company, Joyner Waddington's conducts live sales of Canadian fine art each spring and fall, as well as quarterly online auctions throughout the year. As a division of Waddington's, Canada's oldest and largest auction firm, Joyner offers individuals, collectors, institutions and corporations the highest level of expertise as well as the personal service needed in buying and selling at auction.
    Updated 17-Apr-12

    Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House
    7 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto
    Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H3
    Barbara Fischer, Executive Director / Chief Curator
    Phone (416) 978-8398 / Fax (416) 978-8387
    Email: jmb.gallery@utoronto.ca
    Web site: www.jmbgallery.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Presents a year round program of exhibitions, lectures, and events in the area of contemporary art and its histories; works from the permanent collection are displayed in public spaces at Hart House.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

    Koffler Centre of the Arts
    180 Shaw Street
    Toronto, Ontario M6J 2W5
    Mona Filip, Curator
    Phone (416) 636-1881 / Fax (416) 636-5813
    Email: kofflergallery@kofflerarts.org
    Web site: www.kofflerarts.com
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Established in 1980 as part of the Koffler Centre of the Arts, the Koffler Gallery's mandate is to exhibit, interpret and document works of excellence in the visual arts, focusing on contemporary Canadian art and programming of special interest to the Jewish community. Exhibitions support new work in a range of cultural and aesthetic orientations, complemented by publications and public programs. Koffler Centre of the Arts is a Jewish cultural institution with a broad mandate to serve all and present a wide range of artistic programs through a global lens in a specifically Canadian context.
    Updated 23-Jul-13

    Market Gallery
    95 Front Street East, South St. Lawrence Market
    Toronto, Ontario M5E 1C2
    Pamela Wachna, Coordinator
    Michael Dowbenka, Exhibit & Outreach Tehnician
    Phone (416) 392-7604 / Fax (416) 392-0572
    Email: marketgallery@toronto.ca
    Web site: www.toronto.ca/culture/the_market_gallery.htm
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Located in the historic South St. Lawrence Market at the heart of one of Toronto's most historic neighbourhoods, the Market Gallery occupies the former civic council chamber of Toronto's original City Hall. Opened in 1979, over 120 exhibits on Toronto's art, culture and history have been presented. The Market Gallery also administers the city's art collection of over 2500 paintings, prints and sculpture.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

    Mercer Union, A Centre for Contemporary Visual Art
    1286 Bloor Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M6H 1N9
    York Lethbridge, Director of Operations and Development
    Georgina Jackson, Director of Exhibitions & Publications
    Phone (416) 536-1519 / Fax (416) 536-2955
    Email: info@mercerunion.org
    Website: www.mercerunion.org
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Conceptually and aesthetically engaging art acts as a catalyst for new conversations, and Mercer Union insists on providing a place for these. We are contemporary art-centered and pursue our primary concerns through critical activities such as exhibitions, lectures, screenings, performances, publications, events, and special projects. In addition, our Platform programme enables us to respond to a wide range of non-exhibition-based artistic activities. Established in 1979, we are a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to contemporary art.
    Updated 25-Jun-13

    Museumpros Art Services Inc.
    530 Keele St. Unit 309
    Toronto, Ontario M6N 3C9
    Matthew Meagher – President, Import/Export. Email: matt@museumpros.com
    Pete Chiarelli – Shipping, Dispatch, and Installation. Email:install@museumpros.com
    Martin Rosen – Crating and Special Projects. Email: crating@museumpros.com
    Gary Ball – Framing. Email: framing@museumpros.com
    Matthew Meagher – Storage. Email: storage@museumpros.com
    Christopher McGarrity – Business Development. Email: bdm@museumpros.com
    Phone (416) 588-0568 / Fax (416) 588-6784
    Email: info@museumpros.com
    Website: www.museumpros.com
    BUSINESS MEMBER
    Ontario's only fine art service centre providing archival framing, crating and packing, worldwide shipping, local deliveries, installation services, mount making, art storage, pedestals and plinths, custom fabrication and more. Call today to get Museumpros working for you.
    Updated 03-Jul-12

    Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA)
    952 Queen Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M6J 1G8
    David Liss, Artistic Director & Curator
    Rachel Solomon, Executive Assistant
    Su-Ying Lee, Assistant Curator
    Phone (416) 395-0067 / Fax (416) 395-7598
    Email: info@mocca.ca
    Web Site: www.mocca.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Updated 26-May-15

    Neilson Park Creative Centre
    56 Neilson Drive
    Etobicoke, Ontario M9C 1V7
    Cathy Frank, Gallery Manager
    Phone (416) 622-5294 / Fax (416) 622-0892
    Email: info@neilsonparkcreativecentre.com
    Web site: www.neilsonparkcreativecentre.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Neilson Park Creative Centre is a non-profit visual arts centre in the west end of Toronto. We offer adult & children's art classes, and we are home to six resident groups.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

    Open Studio
    104-401 Richmond Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8
    Jennifer Bhogal, Executive Director
    Sara Kelly, Associate Director
    Astrid Ho, Print Sales Manager/Archivist
    Leah Ataide, Technicial Director
    Phone (416) 504-8238
    Email: office@openstudio.on.ca
    Web site: www.openstudio.on.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Open Studio, Canada's leading printmaker centre, is dedicated to the production, preservation, and promotion of contemporary original fine art prints. Open Studio is a comprehensive artist-run centre for contemporary printmaking practice, providing multi-faceted services, programs and information to artists and the public alike. As a national organization, Open Studio offers affordable and equal access to printmaking facilities, programs and services for artists from across Canada and abroad. As an artist-run centre, it is our priority to support artists in the development of their professional endeavours.
    Updated 16-Dec-14

    PACART - Pacific Art Services
    100 Carnforth Road
    Toronto, Ontario M4A 2K7
    Mark Starling, Managing Director
    Blake Starling, Director of International Operations
    Phone (416) 754-0000 / Fax (416) 754-2855
    Email: info@pacart.ca
    Web site: www.pacart.ca
    BUSINESS MEMBER
    PACART is Canada's leader in providing safe, secure and reliable transportation services to Art Galleries, Museums and Collectors. PACART services include Custom Packing and Shipping Case construction, Transportation in our own fleet of specialized designed vehicles serving Canada and the USA, Storage facilities in both our Toronto and Montreal operations, International Export/Import shipping services including Customs and Forwarding both in Canada and abroad through a network of established fine art transportation firms. PACART is a proud member of the International Convention of Exhibition and Fine Art Transporters.
    Updated 17-Aug-16

    The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery at Harbourfront Centre
    231 Queens Quay West
    Toronto, Ontario M5J 2G8
    Gaëtane Verna, Director
    Mariya Afzal, Head of Development
    Julia Paoli, Assistant Curator
    Kristine Bowen, Curator, Education & Public Programs
    Phone (416) 973-4949 / Fax (416) 973-4933
    Email: info@thepowerplant.org
    Web site: www.thepowerplant.org
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Power Plant is Canada's leading public gallery devoted exclusively to contemporary visual art. It is a vital forum for the advanced artistic culture of our time that offers an exceptional facility and professional support to diverse living artists while engaging equally diverse audiences in their work. The Power Plant pursues its activities through exhibitions, publications, and public programming.
    Updated 16-Jul-13

    Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art
    401 Richmond Street West, Suite 124, Box 124
    Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8
    Alysha Rajkumar, Operations Manager
    Milada Kovacova, Circulation Manager
    Stephanie Mina Kim, Production/Public Programmes Manager
    Phone (416) 591-0357 / Fax (416) 591-0358
    Email: info@prefix.ca
    Web site: www.prefix.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art is a public art gallery and arts publishing house founded in 1999. The institute fosters the appreciation and understanding of contemporary photographic, media, and digital arts through exhibitions, publications, and related activities. Among its many programs is the publication of the award-winning art magazine Prefix Photo.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

    MBA Program in Arts & Media Adminisitration, York University
    Schulich School of Business
    4700 Keele St, N319 SSB
    Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3
    Joyce Zemans, Director, Senior Scholar, Professor Emerita
    Kathleen Welsby, Coordinator
    Phone (416) 736-5217 / Fax (416) 736-5762
    Email: artm@schulich.yorku.ca
    Web site: www.artm.schulich.yorku.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Masters business program with a specialization in Arts and Media Administration.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

    Sculptors' Society of Canada / Canadian Sculpture Centre
    500 Church Street
    Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2C8
    Judi M. Young, President
    Richard McNeill, Vice-President
    Phone (647) 435-5858
    Email: gallery@cansculpt.org
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The SSC is a non-profit artist-run national art organization specifically dedicated to the promotion of contemporary Canadian sculpture and sculptors founded in 1928.
    Updated 14-May-12

    Stephen Bulger Gallery
    1026 Queen Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M6J 1H6
    Stephen Bulger, President
    Allison Hitchcock, Manager
    Sarah Burtscher, Sales Manger
    Robyn Zolnai, Sales Assistnat
    Phone (416) 504-0575 / Fax (416) 504-8929
    Email: info@bulgergallery.com
    Web site: www.bulgergallery.com
    BUSINESS MEMBER
    Founded in 1994, the Stephen Bulger Gallery has focused on the exhibition and sale of international contemporary and historical photographs. The Gallery maintains an inventory of over 15,000 photographs with a special emphasis on works that define the documentary tradition as well as historical photographs from Canada. Open to all levels of collecting, the gallery specializes in working with first time buyers and includes important institutions and individuals on all continents in its clientele.
    Updated 26-May-15

    TD Gallery, Toronto Public Library
    789 Yonge Street
    Toronto, Ontario M4W 2G8
    Mary Rae Shantz, Manager of Special Collections, Archives and Digital Collections
    Carol Barbour, Gallery and Exhibits Curator
    Phone (416) 393-7131 / Fax (416) 393-7147
    Email: cbarbour@torontopubliclibrary.ca
    Web site: www.torontopubliclibrary.com
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    As Canada's largest public library, with many notable collections, the Toronto Public Library (TPL) includes exhibitions as an important part of its mission. The Toronto Reference Library (TRL) is committed to the support of an active exhibition program, drawn primarily from its own research and reference collections, in the TD Gallery located in TRL. The focus of the exhibition program is the research and reference collections of TPL with particular emphasis on its special collections. The purpose of the program is to initiate and present exhibitions that interpret and promote these special collections, related collections and services. The exhibition program may be augmented by the inclusion of material from other TPL collections, and from external sources.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

    Textile Museum of Canada
    55 Centre Avenue
    Toronto, Ontario M5G 2H5
    Shauna McCabe, Executive Director
    Sarah Quinton, Curatorial Director
    Pat Neal, Operations Director
    Alexandra Lopes, Communications and Marketing Associate
    Phone (416) 599-5321 / Fax (416) 599-2911
    Email: info@textilemuseum.ca
    Web site: www.textilemuseum.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Textile Museum of Canada is one of Toronto's most engaging visual arts organizations. With more than 13,000 objects from more than 200 regions, the TMC's permanent collection celebrates cultural diversity and includes traditional fabrics, garments, carpets and related artifacts such as beadwork and basketry. The museum offers a broad variety of exhibitions including themed shows based on our permanent collection and contemporary exhibitions of the work of Canadian and international artists.
    Updated 29-Jun-15

    Toronto Disctrict School Board - Museums & Archives
    16 Phin Ave.
    Toronto, ON M4J 3T2
    Greg McKinnon, Manager/Archivist
    Phone (416) 397-3680 / Fax (416)-397-3685
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Updated 20-Jan-15

    University of Toronto Art Centre
    15 King's College Circle
    Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H7
    Barbara Fischer, Executive Director
    Maureen Smith, Business & Programs Coordinator
    Heather Pigat, Collections Manager
    Rebecca Gimmi, Programme Coordinator
    Phone (416) 978-1838 / Fax (416) 971-2059
    Email: utac.info@utoronto.ca
    Web site: www.utac.utoronto.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Open to the public, UTAC's exhibitions embrace a range of media, art forms and time periods. They offer an engaging gallery experience complemented by tours, lectures and symposia featuring internationally renowned artists, writers and academics. UTAC houses and manages three diverse collections, largely the result of the generosity of the donors dating back some 150 years: the Malcove, University of Toronto and University College Collections.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

    Vtape
    401 Richmond Street West, Suite 452
    Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8
    Deirdre Logue, Development Director
    Lisa Steele, Creative Director
    Kim Tomczak, Restoration and Collections Management Director
    Wanda Vanderstoop, Distribution Director
    Phone (416) 351-1317 / Fax (416) 351-1509
    Email: info@vtape.org
    Web site: www.vtape.org
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    Vtape is Canada's leading distributor of video art. Featuring more than 900 artists and over 4,300 titles, Vtape's collection includes works from the 1970s to the present. This collection is used by a client base of over 9,000 educators, curators, scholars and exhibitors worldwide. The Vtape Gallery provides a space for the exhibition of contemporary video art, and our technical facility has set the standard in Canada for the preservation and restoration of video artworks.
    Updated 29-Aug-11

    Ydessa Hendeles Art Foundation
    Ydessa Hendeles, President
    P.O. Box 757, Station F
    Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2N6
    Phone (416) 413-9400
    Email: ydessa@yhaf.org
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    Updated 14-Jul-15

    YYZ Artists' Outlet
    140-401 Richmond Street West
    Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8
    Ana Barajas, Director
    Phone (416) 598-4546 / Fax (416) 598-2282
    Email: yyz@yyzartistsoutlet.org
    Web site: www.yyzartistsoutlet.org
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    YYZ is a non-profit organization that provides leading Canadian and international artists with space and support to take risks and create freely. By becoming a member you play an essential role in maintaining YYZ's important program of progressive, contemporary art exhibitions and critical publications.
    Updated 09-Aug-12

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    Varley Art Gallery of Markham
    216 Main Street Unionville
    Markham, Ontario L3R 2H1
    Anik Glaude, Curator
    Cheryl Rego, Program Coordinator
    Doriana Cabeceiras, Administrative Assistant
    Rachel Brodie, Exhibitions/Collections & Facility Coordinator
    Phone (905) 477-7000 / Fax (905) 477-6629
    Email: varley@markham.ca
    Website: www.varleygallery.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Varley Art Gallery of Markham is a municipal art gallery that presents high quality exhibitions of historical and contemporary Canadian art, and offers educational programs for all members of the community. Through research, exhibitions, public programs and publications, we explore the art of F.H. Varley, the art of his peers, and of the artists that have explored and shaped a Canadian artistic practice.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

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    Waterloo

    Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery
    25 Caroline Street North
    Waterloo, Ontario N2L 2Y5
    Sheila McMath, Director of Education
    William Poole, Executive Director
    William Hlowatzki, Public Relations
    Phone (519) 746-1882 / Fax (519) 746-6396
    Email: info@canadianclayandglass.ca
    Website: www.canadianclayandglass.ca
    AFFILIATE MEMBER
    The Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery fosters interaction among artworks, artists, and community. Our exhibitions challenge ideas and perceptions of the definitions of art, craft, and design today, as well as concepts of ethnicity and contemporary culture providing meaningful and enriching cultural experiences for a diverse audience.
    Updated 25-Jun-13

    Robert Langen Art Gallery
    Wilfrid Laurier University
    75 University Avenue West
    Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3C5
    Suzanne Luke, Curator
    Phone (519) 884-0710 ext. 3801 / Fax (519) 888-9721
    Email: sluke@wlu.ca
    Website: www.wlu.ca/rlag
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    RLAG is the University's visual arts center. Exhibition programming is connected to the university's curriculum to foster creative thinking, exploration of ideas and community dialogue. four exhibitions featuring the work of contemporary Canadian artists are presented per academic year.
    Updated 16-Jul-14

    University of Waterloo Art Gallery
    University of Waterloo
    200 University Avenue West, ECH
    Waterloo, Ontario N2H 3G1
    Ivan Jurakic, Director / Curator
    Phone (519) 888-4567 ext. 36741
    Email: ijurakic@uwaterloo.ca
    Web site: www.uwag.uwaterloo.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The University of Waterloo Art Gallery (UWAG) has a mandate to support the presentation and dissemination of contemporary art and maintains a permanent collection of over 600 artworks. The recently renovated gallery is a platform for exhibitions and events with an emphasis on nationally and regionally significant artists working in extended media.
    Updated 23-Sep-14

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    Whitby

    Station Gallery
    1450 Henry Street
    Whitby, Ontario L1N 0A8
    Donna Raetsen-Kemp, CEO
    Olexander Wlasenko, Curator
    Saira Knowles, Education Manager
    Anne Sims, Director of Visitor Services and Administration
    Phone (905) 668-4185 / Fax (905) 668-1934
    Email: art@whitbystationgallery.com
    Web Site: www.whitbystationgallery.com
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stationgallery
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/stationgallery
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    Originally the Whitby Junction Grand Trunk Railway Station, this heritage facility, a 1903 Victorian train station, is complemented by a very contemporary addition, doubling the size of the original gallery. Station Gallery provides visitors with innovative exhibitions, art classes, workshops, and special events. A refurbished 1929 London Port Stanley boxcar houses a professionally equipped printmaking studio used by students and artists. Programs and special projects are featured throughout the year and the public is encouraged to enjoy the exciting exhibitions and activities offered at this unique art gallery.
    Updated 04-Jun-15

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    Windsor

    The Art Gallery of Windsor
    401 Riverside Drive West
    Windsor, Ontario N9A 7J1
    Catharine Mastin, Director
    Srimoyee Mitra, Curator, Contemporary Art
    Amber Hunter, Manager of Development
    Salina Larocque, Public Programs & Education Coordinator
    Phone (519) 977-0013 / Fax (519) 977-0776
    Email: email@agw.ca
    Web site: www.agw.ca
    ART GALLERY MEMBER
    The Art Gallery of Windsor was incorporated in 1943 and has developed a collection of historical and contemporary art that is held as a cultural resource for the Windsor/Essex County community and beyond. Located in its state-of-the-art facility on the riverfront facing the Detroit skyline, the AGW showcases historical and contemporary art from Canada and around the world. The mandate of the AGW is to facilitate intellectual access to visual art and to increase appreciation of the role of the visual arts and culture in Canadian society. Our mandate is to develop, conserve, research, interpret and animate the AGW collection. The AGW provides changing exhibitions, program documentation, and public programming that give access to ideas and present a local, national and international forum for regional issues and the work of contemporary writers, artists and curators.
    Updated 30-Apr-13

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    Woodstock

    Woodstock Art Gallery
    449 Dundas Street
    Woodstock, Ontario N4S 1C2
    Mary Reid, Director/Curator
    Roberta Grosland, Head of Collections
    Stephanie Porter, Education Officer
    Sara Cuthbert, Visitor Services Coordinator
    Phone (519) 539-6761 / Fax (519) 539-2564
    Email: waginfo@cityofwoodstock.ca
    Web site:www.woodstockartgallery.ca
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    The Woodstock Art Gallery (WAG) is a centre that inspires, engages, and enriches the lives of all community members through innovative programming and activities that explore relevant topics addressed in contemporary and historical art. The newly renovated WAG ocupies 3 floors of the former historical John White Building located in the heart of downtown Woodstock opposite Museum Square. The WAG is Oxford County's largest municipal public gallery with a permanent collection of over 1000 works.
    Updated 02-Mar-15

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