Ice House Gallery
The Ice House Gallery is the main entrance to the Grace and an exhibition space for visual art. Repurposed and moved from another location in Creamery Square, the building historically functioned to chill the cream to make Tatamagouche Butter. To apply to exhibit your artwork at the gallery, visit our submissions page.
The Ice House Gallery has been fitted specifically to enable fine art hangings and installations (flat and 3D). Lighting, both natural and artificial, has been carefully designed for optimum display and viewing. With a seating capacity of 40, the space can also function as a more intimate venue for events, meetings, and receptions. The gallery doubles as a foyer for performances in the main theatre, with a licensed bar, concession stand, and merchandise sales. The Link, the corridor leading from the Ice House to the auditorium, also offers a visual art display area, as well as washroom, kitchen, and cloakroom facilities.
VISUAL ART MANDATE
The Ice House Gallery curation focuses on a high level of regional, domestic and international artists. Our shows are thought-provoking, educational, and will look to expand our community’s exposure to visual art. In addition to solo exhibitions, group shows are welcome. Our primary goal is to increase the accessibility of art related activities on the North Shore.