Summer Classes & Workshops | Calls for Submission

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SUMMER CLASSES

For more information for all classes & workshops please refer to the GAS website at www.gerrardartspace.com

MOKUHANGA INTENSIVE SUMMER WORKSHOP

August 12 – 16
2 – 6pm
Instructor: Elizabeth Forrest
$390 + HST

LEARNING TO SEE: DRAWING FROM THE HUMAN FORM

August 19 – 23
9am – 4pm
Instructor: Joanne Filletti
$350 + HST
**Early Bird price of $330 + HST if registering by June 30th**

JUST DO IT! WORKING L A R G E
Acrylic Painting Class for Adults

Instructor: Grethe Jensen

Session I: August 6 – 9
10am-4pm
$300

Session II: August 26 – 30
10am-4pm
$300

OPEN LIFE DRAWING

Sundays
10am-1pm
$15/non-members

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

The Printmaking Show

June 26 – July 14, 2019
Reception Saturday, June 29th, 3 – 6 pm
DROP OFF SUNDAY, June 23rd, between 4 – 6 pm

This is a non-juried show. All kinds of traditional printmaking accepted such as lithography, etching, mono print, woodblock, intaglio, etc. Please no giclée prints.

Members $25
Non – members $50
Maximum of 4 pieces per artist
Maximum size approx. 24″ x 24” each.

​The Square Foot Show

October 23 – November 10, 2019
Reception Saturday, October 26th, 3 – 6 pm
DROP OFF SUNDAY, October 20th, between 4 – 6 pm

This is a non-juried show. Work must be 12 x 12 in. including frame.
Work should not exceed $100 per piece.

Members $25
Non – members $45
Maximum of 4 pieces per artist
Maximum size approx. 12″ x 12” each.

Please send an email to gerrardartspace@gmail.com for submission forms

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GERRARD ART SPACE
1475 Gerrard Street East
Toronto ON, M4L 3A2
416- 778- 0923
http://gerrardartspace.com
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GERRARD ART SPACE is a community focused, membership driven, dedicated art space. Our mandate is to support, promote and facilitate the creation of a variety of art forms, including visual, performance, music, poetry, spoken word and film.

Regular programming includes workshops, classes, and shows that engage neighbourhood residents and the Toronto art community. GAS prioritizes accessibility, inclusivity, and open dialogue in both its programming and outreach, working to build and sustain a creative, vibrant community.