July 11 to August 3, 2023

Location: All Galleries at Neilson Park Creative Centre

Presented by: Neilson Park Creative Centre

Reception: Thursday, July 20, 2023 from 7 pm to 9 pm 

Artists at early, mid, and later points in their career are invited to submit to Neilson Park Creative Centre’s (NPCC) IMPACT 2023, Annual Juried Exhibition.

IMPACT is NPCC’s most anticipated show that fosters creativity in the artistic community. IMPACT 2023 aims to bring together artists practicing in diverse media and approaches, both traditional and contemporary, while showcasing artwork of the highest standard.

It’s our 30th Anniversary! To celebrate we are offering larger award prizes this year! First Place: $1000; Second Place: $750; Third Place: $500; One People’s Choice Award: $200; Two Honourable Mentions: $100 each.

All are welcome to attend the reception and awards ceremony on Thursday, July 20 from 7 pm to 9 pm. 

First Prize Winner

First Prize, $1000

Bret Culp, One Year Solargraph, Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada

Second Prize Winner

Second Prize: $750

Michelle Winters, LaTable

Third Prize Winner

Third Prize: $500 

Sandra, Di Leo, Memories

People’s Choice Award

People’s Choice Award: $200

Lindsay-Ann Chilcott, Straw-bury Wasteland

Honourable Mention

Honourable Mention: $100

Sharon Kirsh, I Will Remember You

Honourable Mention

Honourable Mention: $100

Adrian Pynenburg, Hitting Home

Featured Artists in the Exhibition

Congratulations to the following artists who have been accepted into the exhibition!

Diane Allen, Jim Alpous, Ismayil Atmaca, Emily Au, Mrityunjay Awasthy, Leighton Bannock, Natasha Beaudoin, Leandra Brandson, Janet Byrne, Monique Campbell, Mei Chan-Long, Lindsay-Ann Chilcott, Hyeseong Cho, Gabriella Collier, Bret Culp, Cherie Daly, Sandra Di Leo, Sandrine Dickel, Judy Duggan-McCormack, Lori Fonger, Claire Franceschetti, Terri Jo Frew, Imran Ghani, Priti Girgla, Kate Greenway, Brian Groberman, Benjamin Guidolin, Cherin Harris-Tuck, Kerry Hodgson, Hannah Johnson, Glen Jones, Ted Karkut, Meghal Khakhar, Shinae Kim, Sharon Kirsh, Adam Kowalski, Sabrina Leeder, Ilze Lidums, Arnie Lipsey, Donghui Liu, Lynne Mack, Grace Maier, Cat Marchese, Alexandra Marcuzzi, Johnming Mark. Mira Martinez, Kathryn McTaggart, Haley Meyer, Petra Nyendick, Azadeh Pirazimian, Adrian Pynenburg, Cherie Rahkola, Karen L Ray, Aly Rosenzweig, Rena Sava, Bonnie Sheckter, Eunice Sim, Genevieve Singer, Andrew Sookrah, Margaret Stawicki, Quan Steele, Patrick Stieber, Douglas Stratford, Gabe Stubbs, Brenda Sturino, Dinesh Subramanian, Natalie Sze Wai Ho, Joanna Turlej, Sharon Vanderkaay, Danielle Vincent, Michelle Winters, Debra Wronzberg, Tim Wun, Kyla Yager, Vicki Young, Shye Zhang.


Kim-Lee Kho

Multidisciplinary Artist

Kim-Lee Kho is a Canadian multidisciplinary artist of Chinese-Indonesian and British descent, exploring personal experience as a gateway to broader human concerns. She’s participated nationally in exhibitions, residencies, and mentorships; and has won a number of awards.

Kho’s recent projects include: Burnt Offerings, also the title of her multidisciplinary solo show at The Red Head Gallery; and a photographic series My Father’s Things which was part of the View Find[H]er exhibition at the Art Gallery of Mississauga; both in 2022.

Her next solo exhibition Burnt Offerings will be at Station Gallery in Whitby, Ontario in October/November 2023.

Kho is a popular and experienced speaker, juror, and art educator, teaching art to adults in both digital and traditional media.

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Kim-Lee Kho

For more information or questions, please email Cory at gallery@neilsonparkcreativecentre.com