VENUES

  JUAN ORTIZ-APUY / MAIN SPACE

JUAN ORTIZ-APUY / MAIN SPACE

  JESSIE ROSE VALA / PARKADE

JESSIE ROSE VALA / PARKADE

MAIN SPACE

TRUCK’s MAIN SPACE is located at 2009 10 Ave SW in the community of Sunalta, occupying a street level 1319 sq. ft. gallery space. This space is programmed through an annual call for submissions and curated projects initiated by TRUCK’s staff and programming committee.

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PARKADE

The PARKADE is a 200 square feet black box, project oriented space perfect for works in process, small installations, and video screenings. Currently this space is programmed on an ongoing basis and we welcome proposals for this space year round, although programming is subject to the availability of resources.

 
  RUBY SMITH-DIAZ + ISHA ADAMS / U-HALL

RUBY SMITH-DIAZ + ISHA ADAMS / U-HALL

  CAMPER

CAMPER

  MADELEINE MAYO / +15 WINDOW

MADELEINE MAYO / +15 WINDOW

U-HALL

Offering approximately 404 square feet of floor space and 73 linear feet of wall space U-HALL is an affordable venue open to Calgary based artists and arts organizations on a short term basis. Available for whatever you might need: Lectures, Workshops, Classes, Sales, Gatherings, Meetings, Screenings, Performances, Weddings, DIY-exhibitions, Funerals, Bar Mitzvahs, Coven Meetings, etcetera, there are a number of sponsorship opportunities (the waiver of user fees) available for the use of this space subject to our application process. Contact us for more info: engagement(at)truck.ca

CAMPER

CAMPER (Contemporary Art Mobile Public Exhibition Rig) is a 1975 Dodge Empress motor-home, modified to become a portable public exhibition and project space.  CAMPER’s mandate is to investigate the places where art, the road, education, and recreation meet, and to explore these intersections in an inclusive, participation-oriented manner that fosters public engagement and appreciation of contemporary art practices.

OFFSITE

TRUCK regularly programs exhibitions, public programs, residencies, and performances in public space. From 1992 - 2018, this included the +15 WINDOW, which was located along the busy +15 pedestrian walkway system inside Arts Commons. Current offsite programs are supported through partnerships with sister organizations and festivals.