Since 2000, the Corridor Gallery has given VANS artists an opportunity to create exhibitions of their work. Browse current and past exhibitions in the Corridor Gallery. To apply for an exhibition in the Corridor Gallery visit our submissions page.
The Hub serves as an ideal VANS exhibition space with its vibrant minimalism of clean lines, classic design elements, flexibility and collaborative spirit; the art work of VANS members compliments the office aesthetic, space and mandate of the Hub, as well as contributes a diverse punch of composition, style and theoretical frameworks evident in VANS’ membership. Browse current and past exhibitions in the Hub Gallery.
The purpose of this program is encourage VANS members to organize group exhibitions in their region. If you want to participate and are a current VANS members, please contact the VANS representative in your region. Browse past regional exhibitions.
From 2005 to 2011, Art in a Box showcased the work of artists who resided in Nova Scotia. Located in the South End of Halifax between the Westin Hotel and the Via Rail Station, Art in a Box was a group of five glass display boxes. Due to its unique location, Art in a Box offered artists an opportunity to display and sell work in a venue that was seen by many visitors to Nova Scotia. There were three exhibitions throughout the year, and each lasts approximately four months. Browse past exhibitions in Art in a Box.
A series of exhibitions organized by VANS on the occasion of our 30th anniversary. In partnership with Cape Breton University Art Gallery, Sydney; Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax; and St. Francis-Xavier University Art Gallery, Antigonish. Browse the details of the Undercurrents exhibitions.
A biennial series of curated and juried exhibitions initiated by Visual Arts Nova Scotia in 1994 until 2000. The exhibitions provided Nova Scotians and visitors with an opportunity to see some of the very best contemporary art created in Nova Scotia. Browse the the details of the Far & Wide exhibitions.