Expanding from online to Bricks and Mortar with a Pop-Up Gallery in St. Jacobs Ontario

Posted by Krystyna Kwiecinski on

Over the past 7 months we have been creating an online space for Canadian artists to showcase their work, and for art enthusiasts and the community to engage with their work. While we love the flexibility of online viewing, we are making the leap from the digital realm to the physical world by hosting a Pop-Up Gallery starting in November at the Three Sisters Cultural Centre in St. Jacobs, Ontario. 

My vision has always been to support Canadian artists and healthcare organizations through the work of the Art Shop Project. This Pop-Up Gallery bridges the gap between online and personal art experiences. It’s an opportunity to bring artists and the community together, encouraging engagement and allowing art enthusiasts to see in person the work they may be interested in. There’s something special about standing in front of a work of art that moves you, isn’t there? We hope you’ll join us!

The pop-up gallery lineup includes renowned Canadian artists such as Peterborough's own Darlene Winfield, Toronto-based talents Adi Zur, Jose Cifuentes, and Cherie Daly.  Margaret Peter from Guelph, Carmela Casuccio from Thornhill and John Rula from Waterloo. These artists have left their mark on the global art scene, with their works exhibited in prestigious galleries worldwide, including New York, London, Mexico, Germany, and the Netherlands.

The Art Shop Project's pop-up gallery will be open to the public from November 1st to January 31st, offering a unique opportunity to view and purchase exceptional Canadian artworks in person.

When: November 1, 2023 to January 31, 2024

Where: Three Sisters Cultural Centre, 1370 King St N, St. Jacobs, ON


Tuesday to Saturday 10am-6pm
Sunday 12-5pm

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