Current Exhibitions

  • Nick Novak Fellow: Michelle Forsyth

    In this moment, there is no sound

    October 29, 2021December 18, 2021

    The recent photographs of Michelle Forsyth document her performative engagement with objects made and collected during the pandemic. The works chosen for this exhibition form a meditation on her time spent alone.

  • Rocky Dobey

    Dark Age Ahead

    October 29, 2021December 18, 2021

    The long history of vicious weapons adorned in beautiful engravings is remembered and reflected in this exhibition titled 'Dark Age Ahead' by Rocky Dobey.

  • Don Phillips Scholar: Lavinia Lindsay

    Blind Spots

    October 29, 2021December 18, 2021

    Using photos from her recent travels, Lavinia Lindsay reflects on things she learned about the Canadian landscape and explores their textures a second time through print.

  • Philippe Blanchard & Shogo Okada

    Open Studio x Lake Effect Projects: DAY TRIPPER

    November 1, 2020April 30, 2022

    'DAY TRIPPER' is a public art exhibition and collaboration between Open Studio and Lake Effect Projects on the occasion of Open Studio’s 50th anniversary.

  • Group Exhibition

    Open Studio x StreetARToronto Partnership

    December 1, 2020January 1, 2025

    Artist members' public installation celebrating Open Studio's 50th anniversary, in partnership with StreetARToronto.

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    Open Studio is an Artist-Run Centre dedicated to contemporary print. We offer accessible, inclusive and affordable printmaking facilities, programs and services for artists and the public from across Canada and abroad. We support artists in the creation and exhibition of contemporary print in an open-minded, safe and collaborative environment. Our vision is to shape the exploration of print as essential, dynamic, and relevant to contemporary culture and creative thought.

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    Open Studio acknowledges that it is situated on the traditional territories of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, the Anishinaabe, the Huron-Wendat, and the Haudenosaunee who are the original owners and custodians of the land on which we continue to create and exist.