Corridor Community Gallery

The Corridor Community Gallery is hosted by The City of Red Deer Community Development. This space, adjacent to our ceramic arts studio in the lower level of the Recreation Centre (4501 47A Avenue), provides a public venue for local emerging and established artists and allows us to share in the talents and interests of fellow community members.
Photo of photographs on display in the Corridor Gallery


  • To support a variety of community arts practitioners, community groups and individuals at all levels of experience by providing exhibition space,
  • To encourage exposure to and dialog about the arts,
  • To make a variety of artwork available as reference material for students of art classes held in the facility,
  • To highlight the visual arts in spaces adjacent to our studio in the Recreation Centre to help create an environment that reflects and celebrates the arts activity in the facility.

Exhibition Proposals

The Corridor Community Gallery invites exhibition proposals from individual artists and groups representing diverse artistic practices and experience levels.  Proposals and exhibition ideas are welcome at any time.

This area accommodates 2-dimensional artwork in nine exhibition frames, measuring 24 x 30”.  The frames are mounted securely to the walls in fixed formats: two are positioned horizontally or “landscape” style / and seven are positioned vertically or “portrait” style. There is also a display case than can accommodate small 3-dimensional artwork such as sculpture or ceramics.

Proposals will be considered based on fit, suitability for the space, and taking into consideration the public setting.  A diversity of artists’ voices will also be a consideration in selection.

Corridor Community Gallery Exhibition proposal form (pdf)


For more information or to inquire about showing your work in the Corridor Community Gallery, contact:

Arts & Culture Services

Community Development Administration

Current Exhibitions