White Water Gallery is a not-for-profit Artist-Run Centre committed to supporting artistic practices that are innovative and relevant. Understanding the need to advance the public's threshold for viewing contemporary art the gallery encourages outreach programming that promotes accessibility and shared knowledge.


Guilty Pleasures

The Raven & Republic is generously hosting this benefit for WWG! Head to the pub Thursday, June 16th to hear your favourites from the 80's, 90's and 2000's! Also, bring non perishable food to donate to the North Bay Food Bank. 9pm - $5 Cover; $5 DRAUGHT ALL NIGHT LONG!

R&R webpage

We are hiring!

Thanks to the Canada Summer Jobs program, we are hiring three students to work with arts collectives at WWG!

Job Postings

Dream Big Research

The gallery has been transformed into a space to Dream Big about how to revitalize and connect northern Ontario communities in and through the arts. Come hear what others are saying, and have your say! May 20 - June 25.

Dream Big Website

Mural Arts

Thanks to the City of North Bay's Downtown Beautification initiative, the Black Water Youth Arts Collective will be facilitating the painting of two murals downtown this summer! Community participation welcome. Come by the gallery in July for details.

Mural Arts

Slam Poetry

The monthly slam poetry event hosted by the Black Water Arts Collective welcomes all courageous poets and friends, and packs the gallery as a result. Next slam is Thurs June 9 @ 7pm.

North Bay Slam Poetry FB


Become a WWG Member or make a donation to the gallery, and you will be supporting artists. We create space for professional artists to exhibit, for local artists to imbibe in critical discussion, and for emerging artists to host events.

Sponsor Art

New generation artists making things happen in and through WWG!


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