Gerrard Art Space is an artistic collaboration built on memberships, providing for its members simple consistency- a place to show and share the fruits of their labour. Located in the heart of Little India, GAS affords a meeting place where artistic endeavours mesh, providing opportunities for collaboration, clarity and transparency, as well as a space where artistic exploration can occur through education. At GAS, artists will be able to commune with curious members of the public seeking to explore their creative side.
The gallery is divided into a South and North space where shows are booked simultaneously for approximately 3 weeks.
GAS is not a co-op, therefore no volunteer time is required.
GAS is staffed during hours of operation:
Wednesday- Friday: 1– 6 pm ; Saturday/Sunday : 12- 5 pm.
1390 Gerrard Street East; 416- 778-0923
GAS is now accepting submissions for memberships.
Presently, there are 26 memberships available which guarantee a show slot for every artist during an 18 month cycle. All shows are 3 weeks long and this includes the hanging and taking down for the show. Installation and repairs will be pre-determined for every show. A minimal charge for repairs will apply. Artists must be available to hang and strike work.
Application for membership must include 10digital samples of your recent work, plus a CV. Bookings for shows are on a first come, first serve basis. Show slots are booked upon receipt of 18 post –dated cheques.
- a page on the GAS website
- a permanent space to display work
South Gallery $100/month (24' x 15' x 10' ceiling)
North Gallery $80/month (16' x 15' x 10' ceiling)
North & South Gallery $150/month
GAS does charge 5% on works sold.
Please note that all promotional material must be approved/cleared by GAS.
Space Rental (non membership rates)
Both the North and South Galleries are available to artist's who would like to rent on a one- two – three week basis. Please visit the GAS website for details
GAS is also booking evenings of poetry, spoken word, music and film.
Please visit the GAS blog for past and upcoming events.