One sentiment Neilson Park Creative Centre has frequently heard of late is, “I can’t even begin to explain what this place has meant to me over the years.” And we are still here, still making a difference – even through a pandemic. To continue to thrive, NPCC seeks your ongoing financial support.
Registration for Winter 2022 classes, workshops and camps for adults, teens and kids is now open.
We are excited about our wide variety of at the centre and online workshops and classes for adults. See the Winter 2022 program listings for more details.
Teen classes and workshops include mixed media, sculpting and acrylic pouring.
Check out our classes for kids ages 5-8 and 8-12. Classes are taught by artist instructors at the centre after school and on the weekends. Register now for our PA Day and March Break Camps, where kids explore their creativity with hands on art projects!
Join us at NPCC on Family Day on February 21, 2022! Free workshops and creative stations all day for the entire family.
Fall 2021 Gallery Exhibitions
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 Fall 2021 exhibition offerings.
Covid Entry Policy
NPCC has a Covid Entry policy in effect, beginning September 22, 2021. All individuals must provide proof of full vaccination using a Canadian government authorized vaccine completed more than fourteen days prior to entry into NPCC and government issued identification or provide proof of a negative COVID test which was completed within 72 hours of entry into NPCC.
To ensure you have access to our facilities, please click here to view our health and safety measures.
We’re pleased to announce the opening of Oliver Tiura’s Action Sculpture exhibition in our Art Space Connect and Founders Galleries.
To date Oliver has had over seventy-five one man and group exhibitions in a variety of countries including Mexico, France, Italy, Switzerland, the US, and Canada. He works in a wide variety of sculptural and 2-D media.
All are welcome to attend the opening reception on Sunday, December 4 from 2 pm to 4 pm in our gallery.
The Etobicoke Quilters’ Guild annual exhibition is now on display in the Parkview Gallery. The theme of Connections is explored in this exhibition. See quilting and other fibre arts inspired by connections whether it is a logical sequence, a notion of association, or a relationship.