OUR MISSION

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.

WHAT WE'RE UP TO

unsettling histories

WWG is 40-years old, and we are taking this opportunity to critically reflect on our histories. The gallery has been transformed into a community-engaged documentation of Indigenous arts presentation at WWG, which will be used as fodder for a conversation between artist Tanya Lukin-Linklater and curator Serena Kataoka about the implications of Indigenous art histories in the coming year.  

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Santaguida Residency

Roberto Santaguida is re-visiting North Bay (from Berlin) to create an experimental documentary video tracing memories and stories through the return addresses of letters from childhood pen pals he developed when visiting here as a youth (from Montreal).  Nov 11-24     

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First Person

This personal documentary film workshop with Roberto Santaguida will provide participants with knowledge of the mechanics of the personal documentary form through the process of actually making a short video

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Open Studio

Do you live with mental health or substance use issues? Come to White Water Gallery's open studio to make art with us on Thursdays from 4-5:30pm!

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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 Oct 26 @ 7pm. 

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Support
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

Artists with a lived experience of mental health and substance use issues 'fixing' Nipissing region.