Workshops

Workshops

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. 

Call to register 416-979-3941

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October 28, 10:00AM

This hands-on workshop is intended for photographers interested in working with a 35mm manual camera, processing their own film and enlarging their negatives.

October 29, 10:00AM

Using the studio space in Gallery 44’s production studio, artist, educator and photographer, Toni Hafkensheid will lead participants on an adventure in studio lighting!

November 1, 6:00PM

This workshop, facilitated by artist/educator Kotama Bouabane will examine various strategies photographers have used to challenge traditional landscape photography.

November 4, 12:00PM

This workshop will guide participants as they transform their photographs through a process of degradation and manipulation. 

November 8, 6:00PM

This hands-on workshop, facilitated by artist/educator Kotama Bouabane will examine various strategies photographers have used to challenge traditional landscape photography.

November 11, 12:00PM

Create photographic images without a camera in this exciting new experimental hands-on workshop!

November 14, 6:00PM

In this workshop, Kristie will examine some of the strategies artists use to bring found images into their art practice, either as objects or through processes of duplication.

November 18, 11:00AM

This workshop  is an in-depth look at how to use a large-format 4x5 film camera. 

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."