The Department of Visual Art and Art History’s in-house exhibition venue is The Gales Gallery. Managed by a departmental committee, the Gales Gallery features solo and group exhibitions as well as shows mounted by each of the areas in the Department of Visual Art and Art History, and graduate thesis exhibitions. See what’s on at the Gales Gallery.
Several other galleries are located on campus.
- The nationally-renowned Art Gallery of York University (AGYU), a public gallery serving both the on-campus and off campus communities, offers research and educational resources alongside exhibitions of Canadian and international contemporary art.
- The Akasa Gallery in the Student Centre, and
- College-based, student-run exhibition spaces such as the Eleanor Winters Art Gallery, Arthur Haberman Gallery, Samuel J. Zacks Gallery, and many more.