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The Toronto Lighthouse Gallery is a public, non-traditional gallery space providing artists with an accessible platform to create and showcase their work. Located across from Runnymede subway station and perpendicular to Bloor Street, the gallery situates itself in a highly trafficked area, allowing a wider audience to access the gallery.  


278 Runnymede Rd, Toronto, ON

Access to space should not be a privilege to a select few, but an open and welcoming occasion for all. In writing this we acknowledge the privilege in accessing this land, build this gallery, and put on programming. The Lighthouse Gallery is located on the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit and the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, the Wendat, and the Haudenosaunee.

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Current Artist

To Be Announced in Fall 2021!

Get Involved

Artists will be selected by a curated process led by the Lighthouse groundskeeper, Christopher Petersen, and other Tuya Vale collective members. We are excited about hosting artists that are excited to create and get their work out there; who work through experimental processes; or who work within a larger social context.  

Artists are encouraged to apply for a show at any stage of their career or current creative process. We will do our best to respond to applicants within 2 weeks of their submission. 



If you have any barriers to completing the form please email us at

Application and details coming soon...

Technical Specifications

Full Structure - 23.12" x 20.33" x 65" 

Outer House - 20.34" x 20.12" x 25"

Interior - 18" x 18" x 17.5"

In front of False Wall - 18" x 12.73" x 17.5"


-Moveable roof

- Compartment for lighting.

- 2 to 3 access points

-Moveable "False" back wall - for hiding electrical cords, storage, hanging 2D work, etc.

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