Queen Mary Park Poster Project 2021

Posted: Jun 29, 2021 in Blog, News


SNAP’s Queen Mary Park Poster Project, now in its second year, aims to build connections with local artists and provide opportunities for mentorship and artistic development in printmaking. The goals of this project are to foster community conne...

SNAP Summer Employment 2021

Posted: May 6, 2021 in News


Join the SNAP Team! In 2021, SNAP is seeking to fill 3 positions through the Canada Summer Jobs initiative. Read on below and apply today! Positions available: Community Arts Coordinator (2 positions) Archives and Exhibition Assistant (1 positio...

SNAP 2022 Calendar Collective Designer Call

Posted: Apr 21, 2021 in Blog, News


SNAP Gallery & Printshop is looking for a designer for the 2022 Calendar Collective. SNAP’s Calendar Collective is an annual fundraising project in which 12 artists create a unique image for their chosen month using SNAP’s letterpresses...

Open Call for Board Directors 2021

Posted: Jan 30, 2021 in Blog, News


Open Call for SNAP Board Directors: SNAP is seeking up to 5 enthusiastic and engaged community members to join our Board of Directors. At the beginning of 2020, SNAP moved into our new home in Queen Mary Park, joining a vibrant, established neigh...

Queen Mary Park Poster Project

Posted: Sep 26, 2020 in News


Call for Artists! SNAP is launching a poster-making project! We are looking for three artists in the Queen Mary Park community to each create a community minded poster. These posters can be anything text or image based, focusing on the needs, wants,...

5 Year Strategic Plan

Posted: Apr 17, 2018 in News


SNAP has released its 5-year strategic plan for 2020-2025, offering insights into its objectives and strategies to meet its goals. View and download our Strategic Plan 2020-2025...

Media & Reviews Archive

Posted: Apr 17, 2018 in In the Media


Vue Weekly MAR 31, 2016 Deep impressions: Fractions offers mesmerizingly meticulous prints Article by JULIE-ANN MERCER Vue Weekly SEPT 24, 2015 A Revision of Forward culminates the 12-year collaboration of a printmaker and a poet Article...