The Gaze | Cooper Cole Gallery

Perhaps the street-art focused Show And Tell Gallery founded and directed by Simon Cole in Toronto rings a bell. If you haven't checked out Cooper Cole Gallery on Dupont Street since its opening, you should put that on your to-do list. Also founded and directed by Simon Cole, Cooper Cole is, in fact, somewhat of a rebrand of his previous gallery concept.

Station 16's Annual Archive Sale

Station 16 Gallery is celebrating the New Year with its Annual Archive Sale! For the past five years, Station 16's print shop has produced hundreds of silkscreen prints. This Saturday, they're opening their archives to give you the opportunity to purchase prints that have long since been sold out.

Stop by tomorrow, Saturday, January 14th, from 12pm-5pm at 3523 Boul Saint-Laurent in Montreal for an exclusive look at some of their favourite prints from the past!

The Gaze | Centerfold

Centerfold is not your typical gallery experience. Instead, the Montreal-based organization drifts away from anything traditional and aims at promoting art and creativity by putting together one-night exhibitions that fund those who create.

The Gaze | The Graffiti Gallery

The Graffiti Art Programming Inc. - also known as The Graffiti Gallery - is a one-of-a-kind non-profit community art center located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. A space of creative cooperation, the gallery is dedicated to celebrating the many roles art plays in the lives of the surrounding communities. In a nutshell, the space offers emerging young artists an opportunity to show their work.

The Gaze | Juxtapoz x Superflat

After a stint at the Pivot Art & Culture in Seattle this past August, the Juxtapoz x Superflat show is now taking over the fifth-largest art gallery in Canada: the Vancouver Art Gallery. The exhibition showcases the works of more than 30 artists from all around the world and has been described as a manifesto celebrating new creative practices.

The Gaze | Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba

The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba's history goes all the way back to 1907. Formerly known as the Brandon Art Club, the public gallery not only offered regular exhibitions but also provided classes in drawing, painting and art history. Fuelled by a community-based enthusiasm for visual art, the space quickly gained recognition in Brandon and the southwest Manitoba region - so much so that a permanent space for studios and exhibition was established and rename the Brandon Allied Arts Council in 1959.