Call for Submissions: Assembly Hall Gallery 2024 Exhibitions

Assembly Hall Gallery invites applications from emerging and established visual artists working in a variety of media for its 2024 season. Individual artists and collectives are welcome to apply.

Submission Deadline: June 15, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. ET

Who can apply?
Emerging, mid-career and professional individual artists or collectives

$395.50 (HST included) to display works for one month in 2024, on the main floor and second floor lobby gallery spaces at Assembly Hall. Only approved applications are required to pay the exhibition fee. There is no fee to apply, and the gallery takes no commission on sales.

Submission Requirements:

  • Completed application form
  • 10 to 15 images with a list of artworks

The application form, terms of entry and gallery information can be found on the Assembly Hall website (Exhibit at the Gallery tab):

About the Gallery
The Assembly Hall Gallery is a public art space owned and operated by the City of Toronto. There are 8 art exhibitions annually, displaying artworks in the halls on the main floor and on the second-floor lobby. Exhibitions are viewed by art enthusiasts and those attending Assembly Hall events. With over 25,000 visitors annually, the gallery provides valuable opportunities for the wider community to enjoy and purchase works by local artists.

Assembly Hall
1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
Toronto, Ontario M8V 4B6
Phone: 416-338-7255

About City of Toronto’s Cultural Centres & Galleries
Toronto’s Cultural Centres & Galleries comprise four unique sites owned and operated by the City of Toronto. They include Assembly Hall, Cedar Ridge Creative Centre, Clark Centre for the Arts and Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery. Collectively the centres present over 40 gallery shows annually, showcasing works by more than 800 artists, and offer close to 150 art programs each year in collaboration with some 70+ community partners.

More information about the City of Toronto’s Cultural Centres & Galleries can be found at or by following City of Toronto Culture on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.