Until further notice

Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre remains closed to the public, out of concern for the safety of artists, audiences, staff and the broader community.

2020 Residencies have been rescheduled for 2021 and new offsite programming initiatives will be announced imminently. Please watch our social media platforms for updates.

Faucet Media Arts Centre equipment loans are now available on an appointment basis. Please contact to schedule an appointment.


Drawing on Air
Friday, 29 May, 4:00 pm Atlantic Standard Time

Drawing on Air A live drawing event with Leah Garnett and Lianne Zannier Friday May 24th, 4:00pm Atlantic Standard Time Presented by the Owens Art Gallery in partnership with Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre and Mount Allison University Campus/Community Radio Station CHMA 106.9 FM


Karen Kraven
April 2020

Interview with Montreal-based artist, Karen Kraven talking about quarantine, inspiration in isolation, studio practice and "Lull" at Latitude 53


March Break Video Camp
March 2-6, 2020

The camp is currently full.

This March Break, Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre will offer a video camp for youth. Participants will have the chance to learn about video from professional artists, write their own scripts and storyboards, shoot and edit their own videos, and record and mix their own sound, all on professional video equipment!


Dominique Pétrin
August 4, 2020 – September 5, 2020

Dominique Pétrin is a visual artist living and working in Montreal, Canada. She has been working primarily with silkscreen printing for over 20 years. A former member of the petrochemical rock band Les Georges Leningrad from 2000-2007, she also collaborated with renowned artists such as Sophie Calle, Pil and Galia Kollectiv (London) and choreographers Antonija Livingstone (Berlin), Stephen Thompson (Paris) and Jennifer Lacey (Paris) in Culture, Administration & Trembling performance. She collaborated with the artist Banksy for The Walled Off Hotel in Palestine. She was nominated for the Louis Comtois Award in 2017, and longlisted for the Sobey Award in 2014. Her work has been exhibited at the Musée National des Beaux Arts du Québec, at the MAC and across Canada, France, the United States, Belgium and the United Kingdom.


Thea Jones
September 28, 2020 - October 31, 2020

I am an interdisciplinary artist. My practice fluctuates between where I am and the trajectory from where I have come, continually hauling and sorting through the baggage as I go. Video, mending, installation and small iterations of performance have been used to observe the folly or fallacy of everyday living. I attempt to make work in a place that either exacerbates a task, proclaims to solve problems with miniature sized solutions or stimulates the obvious with volume.

– Thea Jones