We are excited to be re-developing our space at 524 Oakwood Ave into a renewed professional arts centre. This hub will provide the community with art exhibition spaces, a 160-seat performance theatre, co-working spaces, digital arts incubation studios, recording & visual arts studios and community workspaces.
We create spaces for Black Art by supporting professional and emerging artists to learn, grow and show their art.
We provide opportunities for Afro-diasporic artists to gain new skills, hone their artistic practices, and push their creative limits.
We provide young people the opportunity to explore a wide range of creative pathways and expand their artistic abilities. We are an approved vendor with TDSB and provide culturally-relevant school workshops.
We produce and present exhibitions both at the Centre and across Toronto. We showcase work from Afro-diasporic artists across a range of disciplines and mediums – showcasing work provokes, challenges, and inspires our community.
There’s always something you can be a part of. Check out our upcoming events & opportunities below:
August 24 - September 24, 2021
Nia Centre is proud to co-present the works of Jorian Charlton and Mallory Lowe as part of this exhibition
September 8 - October 20, 2021
6:00PM - 7:30PM
111Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7
Explore your creativity through clay!
September 16 - 25, 2021
Celebrating the young people of the Rexdale & Regent Park neighbourhoods
What gets measured gets done. Here’s a summary of what we did in 2019:
that built capacity of over 1300 Black artists and community members.
who received free studio space, materials and curatorial guidance
matched with professional artists as mentors
showcasing the work of over 50 Black artists
paid to Black artists and creatives
As a charity, we’re grateful for the support of our donors and supporters which enable the work we do.
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