Workman Arts would like to acknowledge the Indigenous land on which we are presently located; Toronto comes from the Kanien’kéha word Tkaronto, which can be translated as “where the trees meet the water.” It is part of traditional territories of many nations: the Huron Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, and the Anishinaabe and the Mississaugas of the Credit.

Workman Arts recognizes this is an ongoing dialogue; we are grateful to live and work on this land with all people—those Indigenous to Turtle Island and those from all over the world.


Workman Arts values inclusivity, anti-oppression and safety at all levels. Everyone has a role to play in maintaining that spirit. Please see our full statement and code of conduct here.

Gallery Hours are from 2 to 8PM

April 1 to 14 - First group of juried artists at 2104 Dundas St W
April 15 to 28 - Second group of juried artists at 2104 Dundas St W
May 17 to 31 - Diapause curated group show at 29 McCaul St

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