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. 

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January 23, 6:00PM

Using Gallery 44’s production facilities, participants will learn how to cut window mats for their photographs with precision and how to use the dry mount press to mount photographs.  Instruct

January 24, 6:00PM

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

February 3, 11:00AM

Shoot instant film and learn how to make unique artworks by transferring the photographic emulsion onto various materials!

February 4, 11:00AM

In this 4-hour workshop, instructor Phillip Chin will show participants how to use a 4x5 camera to capture and develop 4x5 b/w paper negatives and contact prints!

February 6, 6:00PM

This career-planning workshop is geared towards artists and creatives.

February 7, 6:00PM

Get a handle on the essential tools for editing files in Adobe Photoshop!

February 13, 6:00PM

A workshop designed for artists, writers, and curators wishing to develop a more creative approach to writing about art, and/or writing for artists, and/or writing as artists.

February 27, 6:00PM

Explore the intersection of photography and comics, graphic novels and cartoons!

February 28, 6:00PM

Being creative is hard, and staying creative over the long term can be difficult.

March 3, 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.

March 7, 6:00PM

This workshop outlines a process of reflection and articulation that will guide artists to write about their work.

March 13, 6:00PM

Ready to step up your Photoshop game?

March 17, 10:00AM

Learn to create beautiful cyanotype prints with deeper blues and a longer tonal range using the modern cyanotype printing process in this hands-on workshop.

March 21, 6:00PM

 As an artist, art administrator, educator, Lise Beaudry has extensive experience writing grants as well as serving on granting juries.  In this workshop, Lise will talk about the process

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."