Ian P. Grant - Take One (detail) 2015, photograph

Together We Rise

February 4 - March 26, 2017
Curator’s walk & talk:
Thursday, February 16 at 7PM

 
SG celebrates Black History Month.
Cyril Barraud, 1877-1965, Etching, The Great Square, Ypres Circa 1915

Good on Paper: Selections from the Clarke Collection

February 4 - March 26, 2017
Curator's Walk & Talk: Thursday, February 16 at 7pm

Selected works from Neville Clarke, artist and collector, and his valuable collection.
detail of Mountain Lake painting by Anong Migwans Beam

Anong Migwans Beam: Submerged Landscapes

October 21 - November 27, 2016
Station Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition of Anong Migwans Beam, an artist and educator from M’chigeeng First Nation. 
painting of chairs in a living room

Ajax Creative Arts: 50th Anniversary

October 21 - November 27, 2016
A collection of works created by members of Ajax Creative Arts.
handmade leaves by artist Liz Menard

Liz Menard: Fallen Leaves

September 10 - October 16, 2016
This fall, SG is proud to present some of the 3,000 handmade deciduous tree leaves that Menard has handcut, coloured, etched and shaped from Japanese paper since 2010 in response to the Emerald Ash Borer infestation in her Agincourt neighbourhood.
a colour picture and a black and white picture of a man in a wheelchair

Steve Kean: Spina Bifida – Front to Back

September 10 - October 16, 2016
Photographer Steve Kean’s project Spina Bifida – Front to Back is as much about the dignity of people as it is about the condition. It is about how people with spina bifida inhabit their bodies. 
September 10 - October 16, 2016

Animal, Mineral, Vegetable

September 10 - October 16, 2016
This Permanent Collection exhibition takes its cue from the famed parlour game. 
wearable art piece on a mannequin

Wear Me: Art | Body | Tech

September 19 - October 11, 2015
This fall, Station Gallery partners with UOIT’s Decimal Lab to expand dialogues around motives of wearable technology. 
Whitby past and present

Whitby: 100 Years of Change

September 19 - October 11, 2015
A photography exhibit by the Whitby Seniors Services Photographic Club in the yourSpace gallery. 
Detail of Quarantine

Leszek Wyczolkowski: Beyond Geometry

July 11 - September 13, 2015
Polish-born artist Leszek Wyczolkowski's Beyond Geometry carefully charts an inner life that is both poignant and deliberate.
Toronto 20: Frontispiece

The Toronto 20 at 50

July 11 - September 13, 2015
This summer, we’re very excited to pop open a Toronto 20 portfolio of printed works from twenty prominent artists working in Toronto.

Community Exhibition 2015

July 11 - September 13, 2015
Straight from our studios to the gallery walls, our spring program participants could be exhibiting artists at as young as two years old!
Detail of Janice Taylor Prebble, Do You Measure Up 1

The Iris Group: Filmic

May 23 - July 5, 2015
This nine-member exhibition is the inaugural show for the group at Station Gallery.

8th Annual Durham College Exhibition

May 1 - May 17, 2015
SG is proud to present the creative output of Durham College’s Fine Art and Design students.
Detail of Henri Eveleigh, Let's Go... Canada!

Some Greater Force

May 1 - May 17, 2015
Station Gallery is proud to showcase these new WWII posters from the Wildman Collection.

Amanda Nedham: a dog is short a car is long

January 17 - March 29, 2015
Amanda Nedham stages prolonged encounters with things usually avoided. Her carefully conceived, exquisitely crafted drawings and installations are a point of entry into parallel worlds of quietus and remembrance.
slice of life

Slice of Life: 22nd Annual Members' Exhibition

November 29 - January 11, 2015
It’s going to be a slice—a “Slice of Life.” This ever-popular, year-end show inspires our creative membership to create and submit a work based on a given theme
We Go Next Poster

Some Great Force: Wartime Posters from the Wildman Collection

October 20 - November 23, 2014
During this centennial year marking the outbreak of the First World War, Station Gallery is proud to present select posters from the Wildman Collection. 
encaustic work of lady with hand to mouth

Tracey-Mae Chambers: about eve

September 13 - November 23, 2014
Tracey-Mae Chambers creates works associated with her Métis ancestry. This exhibition will feature a large number of sculptures of women's torsos which Chambers has made from maché and then painted with bee’s wax.
detail of Jennifer Dorner's work

Jennifer Dorner: AREA CODE: Blueprints for Future Escape

July 12 - September 7, 2014
Jennifer Dorner
AREA CODE:  Blueprints for Future Escape
July 12 – September 7, 2014
 
Opening reception 
Saturday, July 12    1pm
 
Curator’s Walk & Talk
Thursday, July 17   7pm
a woman smiling

Toni Latour: The Femme Project

May 24 - July 6, 2014
Artist's Talk and Reception
May 24, 2014   1:15 pm
 
Curator's Walk & Talk
June 19, 2014   7pm 
2012 Members' exhibition jurors discussing several works of art

Mind & Matter: 21st Annual Members' Exhibition

November 30 - January 5, 2014
This ever-popular, year-end show inspires our creative membership to create and submit a work based on a theme. Mind & Matter can mean so many things. November 30–January 5, 2014
Artist Melissa General, laying on the ground along side a child size dress

Melissa General: Kéyahre: I Remember

August 24 - November 24, 2013
General’s emerging photographic practice furthers the exploration of identity and place as it relates to growing up as a woman on the First Nations Reserve.

Kéyahre: I Remember features a series of photographs by Melissa General.
Print work by Artist Kakulu Saggiaktok - Migrating Fish

First: Aboriginal work from the SG Permanent Collection

August 24 - November 24, 2013
Over the years, SG has collected prominent works by First Nations, Inuit and Métis artists.

First premieres significant prints by Carl Beam, Robert Houle, Rita Letendre, Norval Morrisseau, Mary Pudlat and others.
only what we know

Only What We Know

August 24 - September 29, 2013
August 24—September 29, 2013.
YourSpace and ArtCube

Guest curator Reagan Kennedy showcases early-career artists from OCAD University's Indigenous & Allies Student Association.
Wiki world puzzle logo

Wiki Show

June 22 - August 18, 2013
June 22-August 18 | The Wiki Show: Crowd Curation At Its Best.
Boundless and Borderless

Boundless and Borderless

May 4 - June 16, 2013
In the Station Gallery Yourspace May 4 to June 16, 2013.
Multi Media artwork by artist Peter Smith

Pete Smith: Initial Public Offering

May 4 - June 16, 2013
This year, we celebrate the important community legacy of abstraction through the works of emerging artist Pete Smith.
Station Gallery is the first public cultural institution to host a solo exhibition of Smith’s abstract drawing, painting and animation.
Three Durham College Students stand with artwork and their teacher

6th Annual Durham College Show

April 13 - April 28, 2013
Curator's Walk & Talk - Thursday April 18th at 7 pm
Exhibition Reception - Thursday April 25th at 7 pm

For the sixth consecutive year, Station Gallery hosts the creative output of the Durham College arts programs. We’re proud to celebrate new beginnings and provide formal exhibition opportunities with this year-end student show.

Exhibition Partner:
Susan Rankins glass sculpture - winged vessel

Valid Objects of Beauty

January 12 - March 24, 2013
Artist Talk, followed by Opening Reception: January 12th at 1 pm
Curator's Walk & Talk: January 17th & February 21 at 7 pm (Free)

Susan Rankin: Valid Objects of Beauty includes work that spans over the last twelve years, and displays a varied range of inquiry into form, function, and the role of aesthetic appeal. Rankin’s skill has been applied to epergnes, scroll vases and sculptural works, and while inspiration for these different bodies of work has been clearly drawn from botanical designs, Rankin has also engaged the history of glass itself.  She flawlessly combines an in-depth knowledge of technique with an emphasis on the importance of beauty in works of art.
SHIFT, annual members art exhibition logo 2012

Annual Members' Exhibition

December 8 - January 6, 2013

Opening Reception & Awards: Dec.  8 at 1pm

Curator's Walk & Talk: Dec 20 at 7 pm

Twenty years have passed since Station Gallery's first members’ exhibition! This ever-popular, year-end show is a great professional development opportunity for established and emerging artist members to participate in a professionally juried and curated exhibition.

Through an on-line vote you chose SHIFT as this year’s theme and a record number of entries responding to the theme were received. A three-member arms length jury culled a selection of 70 works to comprise the adult category for the Shift exhibition.  25 entries in the Children's category and and 16 Youth entries had Station Gallery brimming with inspired works.

350 guests came out to the opening and hear the winners announced
 

Click on the SHIFT image above for complete list of exhibiting artists.

Community Partner:



 

Reading the Image

Reading the Image

October 20 - December 2, 2012
October 20 - December 2, 2012
Opening Reception: Saturday October 20 at 1pm, all are welcome
Curator's Walk & Talk: Thursday November 15, 7pm

“A painting of a pipe with the caption “this is not a pipe” by Belgian artist René Magritte puzzled viewers with his image/text pairing titled The Treachery of Images over eighty years ago. The surrealist painter opened new discussions by coupling words with pictures in his art,” explains gallery curator, Olexander Wlasenko.  “This conversation continues in Reading the Image, a group exhibition opening at Station Gallery on Saturday, October 20 at 1pm.”

Words and pictures are very powerful, particularly when they appear together. This show explores this pairing. Artists and writers from across Durham Region and beyond share how they merge images with text to create new meanings. Check out Reading the Image to see, learn and feel how pictures and words are made for each other!  

Community Partner:

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Surfacing off the pages...

Surfacing: Off the Pages

September 8 - October 14, 2012
Surfacing magazine (Durham Region's guide to arts and culture) launched at Station Gallery in the autumn of 2008 and is going strong 13 issues later.

Surfacing Off the Pages features works from some 100 artists, writers and craftspeople who have circulated on the pages of this unique arts and culture platform.

Thanks for supporting arts and culture!:  .
Fictionary

Fictionary

July 21 - September 2, 2012
What better way to celebrate the right side of the brain than with a summer exhibition of contemporary mark making. 

 

Patrons Picks

Patrons' Picks

June 2 - July 15, 2012

For six weeks starting June 2nd you can explore the works of over fifty artists. As always, it’s free to visit and we’re open seven days a week.

Durham College School of Media, Art & Design (MAD) art exhibition

Durham College Students' Art Exhibition

April 26 - May 26, 2012
View works from tomorrow's artistic leaders. This group exhibition features works created by students from Durham College School of Media, Art & Design (MAD).

For information on the program click here.
Some artists deserve a double take.

Past and Present

April 26 - May 26, 2012
Explore works from SG's permanent collection paired with current works from featured artists.
Artist Meryl McMaster's work titled: Tempor nunc nisi

Meryl McMaster: In-Between Worlds

February 17 - April 7, 2012
Exhibited at Whitby’s Station Gallery February 2012. McMaster is an early-career artist to watch. Her works summon a profound spirit. A spirit of exchange and affinity inhabits the heart of this project. View the artist interview.
Joscelyn Gardner: Bleeding & Breeding

Joscelyn Gardner: Bleeding & Breeding

January 13 - February 11, 2012

In Bleeding & Breeding, Joscelyn Gardner exhibits a body of work completed between 2009 and 2011 which centers on Creole women’s secret use of exotic tropical plants as natural abortifacients on 18th century Caribbean plantations.

Large-scale sculptural installations from Ibgy and Lemmens in this exhibitions.

Ibghy & Lemmens: The Promise of the Promised Land

September 9 - October 22, 2011
Ibghy and Lemmens' work is an engaging discussion of social and economic concepts through film, video, signage, and murals.