Gallery 96 Stratford Ontario 2018

Gallery 96 History & Mandate

Gallery 96, Stratford's oldest artist-run co-operative gallery is a community of practicing artists and supporting members. It was established in 1974 as an artist co-op by visual artists associated with the Stratford Festival; it evolved over time to include local and regional artists. By 1999, the organization had grown and was officially incorporated as a not-for-profit artist-run centre. Ambitious programming and wide support from the membership and community led to the need for a board of directors, a constitution and policy decisions for future planning. From 2002 to 2007, the gallery was located at the Discovery Centre adjacent to the Festival Theatre. In 2008, Gallery 96 moved its office and main gallery space to Factory 163. Today, it operates as a guerilla gallery - finding gallery space in and around Stratford that is appropriate for its exhibitions and events according to their concepts. Do you have an idea for the gallery to become an active agent and a positive force in the Visual Arts in Stratford.  Gallery 96, in the past offered exhibitions of local and out-of-town artists and workshops for artists and to the general public. The gallery seeks support from the general public and you can become a supporting member for only $50 a year. Contact Gallery 96 at PO Box 21108, Stratford, Ontario, N5A 7V4. Visit their website at
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