WAAC Member & Artist Yafang Shi is invited to display “Screaming Red Lanterns” and deliver a presentation at the Asian Heritage Month Event “Art, Life, and Love @Chinatown”

WAAC member & artist Yafang Shi and her collaborator Susan [...]

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WAAC Member & Artist Dixie Allen’s photographic Artwork, “Bounty of Heather” was selected by HMVC Gallery New York for “MAY FLOWER” Exhibition

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WAAC Member & Artist Janet Read presents a solo exhibition “Oceans and ice: Arctic Light” at Yorkminster Park Gallery

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WAAC Member, Writer & Photographer Linda Briskin has published the cover art of a book | participates in “Spectra 2024” Group show as part of CONTACT Photography Festival

WAAC Member, Writer & Photographer Linda Briskin has published the [...]

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WAAC Member & Artist Ulla Djelweh, Margaret Kittel Canale and Ted Scott participate in “Offshoot!” at CONTACT Photography Festival

  WAAC Member & Artist Margaret Kittel Canale and Ted [...]

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WAAC Member & Artist Janet f Potter and and Deniz Seker contributed to the Square by Square project at the Textile Museum of Canada with their textile art works

    WAAC members Janet f Potter and and Deniz [...]

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Two Galleries, One Location
Dignam Gallery & Ruth Upjohn Gallery

23 Prince Arthur Ave., Toronto, ON M5R 1B2
Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 5pm
416-922-2060
waac@womensartofcanada.ca


We wish to acknowledge this land on which the Women’s Art Association of Canada operates. For thousands of years it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and the Mississaugas of the Credit. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land.


Since 1887 the Women’s Art Association of Canada is a diverse and inclusive non-profit arts hub offering exhibition, education and volunteer opportunities for men and women with a passion for the arts. Two historic gallery spaces on the main floor of the heritage building at 23 Prince Arthur Avenue in Toronto are open to the public: The Dignam Gallery and The Ruth Upjohn Gallery.

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