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Annual General Meeting 2018

Join us on Saturday, November 3rd at 1:00 pm for our Annual General Meeting!

It is the perfect way to be updated on all of the amazing things that Eastern Edge has been up to over the past year, and to get excited about our plans for the future. We will be voting in new board members as well, so be sure to spread the word and apply if you are interested. Also, there will be pie. Can’t wait to see you all there!

Join the Eastern Edge Gallery Board of Directors!

Eastern Edge is looking for dedicated and passionate community members to join our board of directors during our Annual General Meeting on Saturday, November 3rd! In the past year, the gallery has seen a tremendous amount of growth, making it a perfect time to get involved in Newfoundland and Labrador’s only artist-run centre. We are looking for individuals who can dedicate themselves to the following requirements:

– A monthly board meeting.
– At least 5 hours of volunteer work per month.
– Sitting on at least one of the following committees:

-rOGUE Gallery
-Membership and Outreach
-Human Resources

Experience with or interest in contemporary visual art, artist-run centres, artist collectives, and non-profit organizations is considered an asset. If you are interested please email your CV to along with a paragraph on why you would like to join the board of Eastern Edge. We look forward to hearing from you!

Eastern Edge, established in 1984, is Newfoundland and Labrador’s first artist-run centre for visual arts.

Eastern Edge is committed to exhibiting contemporary Canadian and international art, as well as encouraging dedicated and rigorous activity locally. In providing an alternative venue where artists have greater control over how their work is represented, Eastern Edge facilitates critical dialogue concerning issues in contemporary art and society, actively encouraging emerging and established artists whose work speaks to feminist, multicultural, queer, and other diverse perspectives. Eastern Edge aims to provide a supportive space to develop skills, share information and resources, foster community and create a meaningful context for artistic activity.