10572 115 St. NW,
Edmonton, AB T5H 3K6
Ph: 780 423 1492
Email: [email protected]
In lieu of an entrance fee, we graciously accept donations.
SNAP presents up to 10 exhibitions between our 2 public gallery spaces each year. SNAP exhibits traditional printmaking practices as well as works that challenge the viewer’s expectations of the medium.
Please note, the Gallery is closed to the public currently due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Appointments: Gallery visits can be scheduled for 30 min time slots throughout the day. Visits should be scheduled at least 4 hours in advance. SNAP gallery can accommodate visitors in groups of up to 5 people at one time in the gallery.
Drop-in: No appointment is necessary. Our capacity is 5 visitors in the gallery at a time. If we are at capacity additional visitors will be asked to wait outside.”
New location (as of March 2020): SNAP is conveniently located on ETS routes 2, 3, 7, 111, 112, 130 & 140. Free 2-hour parking on 115 St. is busy during the daytime. It becomes unlimited after 6 pm with more spots available. Neighbourhood parking is available close by on 106 Ave. Parking in the back is available for patrons requiring an accessible entrance. We are working to install a ramp at the front entrance, which currently has 1 step up.
New location (as of March 2020): SNAP Gallery is a single-level space. The front entrance currently has 1 step up and we are working to install a ramp. The back entrance is at ground level and parking is available in the back for patrons requiring this entrance. There are 4 single-stall gender-neutral washrooms available and 1 of these is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us if you have questions or require any accessibility related measures.
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.
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).