Create. Connect. Change Lives.

"Great things happen when you give a person freedom of expression."

Every day we see an explosion of creativity and discovery in the studios. Something very profound happens when genuine voices find expression through art. Both artist and audience are forever changed.

When you walk into our studios for the first time, you see people with developmental disabilities. Take time to meet them and look at the art they are creating. Pretty soon, you'll just see amazing artists creating work that is as original and interesting as you will find anywhere.

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Meet An Artist

Yvette feels that art comes naturally to her and finds it therapeutic.  Yvette aspires to have a career in the arts, she currently volunteers at the Nina Haggerty Centre assisting children with autism to make art.

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New @ The Nina

Get ready for another unforgettable evening in the Stollery Gallery as Sass Jordan takes to the stage to perform an intimate benefit concert in support of the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts on October 23, 2015.

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A new spirit of hope and optimism

img-2015-fall-CAN-1To fulfill its mandate to support community development in inner city communities, we offer Jubilee Auditoria  Community Art Night (for adults) and Family Art Night (for adults accompanied by school aged children).  The classes are offered weekly, with classes running September through June. 

These programs answer the desire to renew inner city areas. The ultimate goal is to promote the development of grassroots initiatives, art festivals and events that will lead to the creation of a new arts district.  The Nina Haggerty Centre, located in the heart of the revitalization district, is ideally positioned to become an important anchor of this artistic community and the starting point for a new spirit of hope and optimism.

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In This Issue:

AFA Support Allows Nina Artists to Enjoy Unique Arts Experience at International Summit in Glasgow, Stantec Artist of the Year, 3rd Annual Patrons Luncheon May 6 at ERNEST’S, Jury to Select RBC Emerging Artist Apprentices, CFCW Poised to Kick Off Stock the Studios Campaign with May 7 Radiothon and much more!

Gallery Location & Hours

NHCA Stollery Gallery Hours:
Monday-Friday: 10 am - 2 pm
Thursday: 4:30 pm - 8 pm
Saturday: 1 pm - 3 pm

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts
9225 - 118 ave
Edmonton, AB
T5G 0K6
Phone: 780-474-7611

How to Get Started

img.nhca-art-director-paul-freeman-happy-artistAdults with developmental disabilities pay a low annual membership fee, based on the number of days they commit to the studio. In exchange, they receive art materials and equipment, a space to create their works of art, and the opportunity to exhibit and sell their original works of art.

In the studio, the artists are supported by a rotating team of professional, art-educated practicing artists who facilitate the art making experience through one-to-one mentorship, small group sessions and workshops.

Artists work at their own pace and are encouraged to find their own unique artistic voice. Visit the studio today!