10123 – 121 Street
 Edmonton, AB T5N 3W9


Ph: 780 423 1492
Email: [email protected]

Free Admission

In lieu of an entrance fee, we graciously accept donations.


Monday Closed

Tuesday 12 – 6 pm

Wednesday 12— 6 pm

Thursday 12 – 7 pm

Friday 12 – 5 pm

Saturday 12 – 5 pm

Sunday Closed

Holidays Closed

Getting Here: SNAP is conveniently located on ETS routes 1, 5, 120, 309. While there is no dedicated SNAP parking there is a 30 minute loading zone on Jasper Avenue in front of SNAP Printshop for short visits. Pay parking is readily available on the south side of Jasper Avenue and there is a wide range of free residential parking on 120 and 121 Streets. For patrons with accessibility permits, there is an accessible parking zone on 121 Street directly in front of SNAP Gallery.

Physical Accessibility: SNAP Gallery is a single-level space located at street level. It is accessible through one non-automatic door with no step up. There are two single-stall gender-neutral washrooms in the common area of the building accessible through the back door of the Gallery. Please contact us if you have questions or require any accessibility related measures.

The Main Gallery features contemporary work by local, national and international artists at all stages of their careers. The Community Gallery features new works and projects by local emerging artists in the greater Edmonton and Alberta region.



Other Upcoming Exhibitions


Affective Bodies

LeeAnne Johnston

Oct 11 - Nov 16

"The internal landscape of the body is a complicated space. Through their work, LeeAnne represents the layers of scars and wounds inflicted upon our p...

SNAP Members Show & Sale 2019

SNAP Members

Nov 23 - Dec 14

Get prints. Give prints. Curious to see what artists are making in our Printshop? Looking for that perfect gift? Want to deck your halls or spruce up...

Exhibition Archive

View SNAP’s gallery exhibitions via our online archive dating back to 2008. Our exhibition records for 1989-2008 are available on site in our gallery. If you would like more information on an exhibition that SNAP has presented please don’t hesitate to contact us.

View Archive

Print Archive

SNAP maintains a physical print archive dating back to 1982 as a unique and important record of print editions produced by our members, for member’s exchanges, SNAPline commissions, and milestone celebrations. We actively accept donations of prints to our archive from SNAP members producing editions in our printshop. With over 1000 prints in our archive there is a lot to explore (link to online archive coming soon).