UNIT/PITT Projects (formerly the Helen Pitt Gallery) is a non-profit artist-run centre dedicated to the promotion of experimental contemporary art that addresses social, political, cultural and critical issues. We promote and facilitate public dialogue concerning critical awareness, social consciousness, contemporary art practices and community.
Although we are based in visual art practice, our programming goes beyond the presentation of exhibitions into media, telecommunications, public actions, publishing, music and performance. We support and assist in the development of artists’ curatorial projects, concentrating on a limited set of projects each year.
UNIT/PITT was founded in 1975 as the Helen Pitt Gallery, a student-run space associated with the Vancouver School of Art, and rapidly evolved into an artist-run space for exhibitions, music, performance and the incubation of new ideas. An outline of this history can be found in the ARCLines project, at http://arcpost.ca/articles/unitpitt-disorganization-of-discontent.

236 East Pender Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6A 1T7
604-681-6740

Opening Hours: 

Gallery: Wednesday–Saturday, 12 am–7 pm
Radio: 24 hours in immediate vicinity of 236 E Pender 89.7 FM

Working Language(s): 
English
Submissions: 

I spy… a disposable camera project” : MAY 15

Space(s): 

Gallery 1: 70 m2
Studio 1 – 22 lockable studio/office rooms for rent, no equipment: 25 m2–37 m2

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