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WAAC Member Artists Claire Carew exhibits at A Space Gallery “Practice as Ritual / Ritual as Practice” Virtual Artist Talk on February 11

WAAC Member Artists Claire Carew participates in a group exhibition [...]

2023-02-10T15:38:03-05:00February 10, 2023|Featured, In The News, Media|

WAAC Member & Artist Catharine Somerville’s interview about her previous show at the Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre has been published

WAAC Member & Artist Catharine Somerville’s interview about her [...]

2023-01-11T15:27:31-05:00January 5, 2023|Featured, In The News, Media|

WAAC Member & Artist Linda Briskin has just published “The Lost Libido” in Persimmon Tree, Winter 2023.

WAAC Member Artist, photographer and writer Linda Briskin has just [...]

2023-01-04T10:07:32-05:00December 23, 2022|Featured, In The News, Media|

WAAC Member & Artist Ulla Djelweh exhibits at the Papermill Art Gallery, “38th Annual Juried Show: AQUAVISION 2022”

WAAC Member & Artist Ulla Djelweh exhibits at the Papermill [...]

2022-11-04T00:45:43-04:00November 4, 2022|Featured, In The News, Media|

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

Women’s Art Association
of Canada is grateful
to the Ontario Trillium
Foundation for its support

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.

Each year, the Dignam Gallery hosts 4 group exhibitions open to all members, community outreach exhibitions, Signature exhibitions, scholarship exhibitions in the summer months, and the Artist-in-Residence exhibition in the fall. The Ruth Upjohn Gallery is available to members for solo or group exhibitions. Members include practicing professional artists who have been exhibiting for decades, and self-taught artists showing their work in public for the first time. All are welcome! To register for our newsletter, or to inquire about membership, please contact the office (waac@womensartofcanada.ca).

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