Located in the heart of St. John’s, Eastern Edge Gallery is the most easterly artist-run centre in Canada.

The centre was created in 1984 by a movement of Canadian artists who decided to take charge of the way their art was presented. From installation to performance art, Eastern Edge is the place to see something new, experimental and different. Eastern Edge presents contemporary Canadian and international art in all media.

Each year, Eastern Edge presents seven main gallery exhibitions from local, national and international artists, over forty educational and social events, exhibitions by local artists in the Rogue Gallery and the capital city’s only visual art festival, the Art Marathon. Eastern Edge also hosts Destination Library, a free public resource to find contemporary art journals, and a brand-new community lounge called The Lookout for meetings and casual interactions.

Eastern Edge is also a social hub for the local arts community, a place where artists meet, support one another and develop new skills through talks and workshops. Eastern Edge often partners with like-minded local organizations, bringing socially diverse voices to the gallery.

72 Harbour Drive, P.O. Box 2641, Station C
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
A1C 6K1

Opening Hours: 

Tuesday–Saturday, 12 pm–5 pm

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Call for submissions - FARR program: June 15th, 2020
Call for new Art Writers: July 10th, 2020


Gallery 1 – Main Gallery: 64m2
Gallery 2 – Rogue Gallery: 18m2

Please check the Centre's website for the most current information.