Classes and Workshops in Fall 2021

NPCC is excited to welcome the public back on Tuesday, September 7 for classes, exhibitions and events at the centre!
 
Registration for fall 2021 classes, workshops and PA Days camps for adults, teens and kids is now open.
 
We are excited about our combination of at-the-centre and online workshops and classes for adults. See our program listings for information on all our adult program listings.
 
Our popular Portfolio Building class for teens 13+ starts on September 28. 
 
For kids we are offering at-the-centre classes and PA Day Camps.
A wide variety of classes for 5-8 and 8-12 year olds are available after school and on the weekends.

Gallery Exhibitions in Fall 2021

Our spacious galleries are also reopening to the public with exhibitions for the fall season! 

We are proud to be hosting exhibitions presented by the Ontario Society of Artists, Toronto Pearson and Fuji Film Print Life, Humber Valley Art Club, Oliver Tiura, Kyril Shaikoff, and the Etobicoke Quilters’ Guild. See here for more details on our upcoming exhibition offerings.

Covid Entry Policy

NPCC has a Covid Entry policy in effect, beginning September 22, 2021. To ensure you have access to our facilities, please click here to view our health and safety measures. 

Fall 2021

To see our Fall 2021 catalogue click here.
  
To register for our classes and workshops click on Fall 2021 Programming below.

Members' Exhibition of Selected Works Ontario Society of Artists

Visit our galleries from September 8 to September 26 to see the Ontario Society of Artists, Members’ Exhibition of Selected Works.

All our welcome to join us for the artist talk on Sunday, September 26 from 3 pm to 4 pm.

Culture Days at NPCC

Celebrate the reopening of NPCC on Sunday, September 26 during our Culture Day Events! 

Culture Days at NPCC continues with online events from October 3 to October 24.

See more for further details.

Mobile in the Sky

Mobile In The Sky is a community project offered to the public, free of cost. This project has three significant components, a virtual kite making and decorating workshop, followed by a window and online exhibition to display participants’ creations. Participants will have the opportunity to fly their kites at the culminating event during Culture Days at Neilson Park on September 26, 2021.