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Profile Last Updated: May 21, 2009
The trains at this former Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) Station may be gone, but the venue continues to serve as a popular meeting place for Okotoks. In 1981, the town purchased the CPR building and, in collaboration with the Okotoks Arts Council, transformed it into The Station Cultural Centre. Now you can catch art fever at this lovely gallery.
Submit your work
This arts centre not only has a public gallery space, but it also features a studio, foyer and large gallery. The large gallery can host 100 people and can be combined with the gallery/foyer to create an even more spacious area. For smaller events or displays, the craft studio can accommodate up to 20 people. It’s connected to a beautiful park, which is available for outdoor functions. If you’re an artist and want to submit your work for a group or solo show, contact them to get the application started.
Become a gallery member
The Station supports, promotes and motivates talented artists in the development and growth of their artwork. Several local artists have their art displayed in the gallery. Exhibits are free of charge to the general public and community groups. Aside from the monthly art exhibits, the centre also plays host to fairs and classes. Courses cover a range of subjects, including pottery, thanks to a complete pottery facility. Visit The Station or become a member and improve your artistic side or come and enjoy the display of magnificent artwork in a historic building.
Tip: Interested in Art? They’re always looking for creative volunteers to help out.