Gallery 44 workshops provide unique opportunities for artists in all stages of their careers to learn, create, connect and be inspired. Sign up for weekday or weekend workshops, taught by national and international practicing artists, writers or curators with in-depth knowledge of the subjects they are teaching. Learn in small-group settings with others who share your love and passion for photography!

Upcoming workshops are featured below. 

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April 30, 10:00AM

Travel back to the mid-1800s and experience the magic in making tintypes and ambrotypes!

May 7, 12:00PM

This hands-on workshop, co-presented in partnership with Trinity Square Video, will investigate the intersection of photography, cinema and video art.

May 9, 6:00PM

Gallery 44 is thrilled to host this new workshop led by current artist-in-residence, Michèle Pearson Clarke who will discuss her practice and lead an informal critique of participants’ work.

May 13, 11:00AM

Participants will learn everything needed to make and use their own DIY pinhole camera! 

May 20, 11:00AM

In this one-day hands-on workshop, you will use a 4x5 camera to shoot a tintype and develop it.

May 23, 6:00PM

Learn how to use an 8x10 view camera!


May 27, 10:00AM

This workshop offers the experience of combining contemporary image-making with one of the earliest photographic printing processes.

May 30, 6:00PM

LA-based photographer Naomi Harris will lead this exciting workshop, co-presented by G44 and Circuit Gallery, in an attempt to unravel the intricacies and complexities of working photogra

June 5, 6:00PM

This workshop is directed at artists who want to ignite or strengthen their artist statement (it also proves useful for gallerists, curators, and critics), in distinguishing the structures and

June 15, 6:00PM

This hands-on workshop will focus on creating compelling documentary narratives through editing and sequencing of photographs for a book work.

Testimonial - Workshop Attendee

"Last spring I participated in the Grant Writing workshop with Sara Angelucci. What I came away with was a better sense of how the grant writing system worked in Canada and Ontario.

I applied what I learned from the workshop in my applications to the Canada Council and the Ontario Arts Council and with some luck I was successful with both applications."