WE'RE HOME !!!

The Arts Council would like to announce we are back to our location at  104A 369 Queen St. East.  Come on in to see us!!!
Thank You Jim McAuley for your gracious donation!

 Featured Artists

  1. Artist: Chandra Barnett
    Artist: Chandra Barnett
    Title: Margaret Medium:Digital Image/ Colour print Price: $125
  2. Artist: John Hornstein
    Artist: John Hornstein
    Title: Self portrait 3 Medium:Oil on wood artist pallet Size: 12″x15″ Price $400
IF YOU WISH TO APPLY TO BE A FEATURED ARTIST PLEASE CONTACT US  VIA EMAIL WITH A SAMPLE OF WORK,  AND  "WEBSITE FEATURE ARTIST APPLICATION" IN THE SUBJECT LINE.  We wll be changing the featured artist on a regular basis so don't miss your opportunity to be in the spotlight.
Reservered for members of the Arts Coucil of Algoma (contact us to become a member or renew your membership)
!Algoma that Artistic 

Our Mission: 
 
The Arts Council of Algoma is committed to:
advocating, coordinating, educating,  and informing on behalf of Algoma Artists.  

 
The Arts Council of Sault Ste. Marie & District will now be operating under
Arts Council of Algoma as part of our ongoing commitment to connecting artists throughout the entire Algoma district.
 
 
We are in full operation.
 
 
The Arts Council  continues to support arts and culture in Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District
 
 
Office will be open Monday - Friday 9a.m - 11:30 a.m (volunteers needed)
or by appointment

705-945-9756 or info@ssmarts.org

Our mailing address is:
 104 A 369 Queen St. East.  
Sault Ste. Marie, ON  
P6A 1Z4
 
 
 
What we are all about...
History:
 
Formally known as the Allited Arts Council of Sault Ste. Marie , followed by the Arts Council of Sault Ste. Marie & District the council was incoporated in 1968, by a group of local artists and art supporters who  recognized the need for an organization that would support and encourage artistic development in the community.  Still to this day, the Arts Council is committed to that vision by promoting and coordinating the artistic endeavours of our members, as well as contributing to the rich cultural life of the Algoma District.  The Arts Council of Algoma has been a registered not-for-profit charity since 1980.
Mandate: 
 
The Arts Council of Algoma is a registered, non-profit, charitable corporation.
 
The purpose of the Arts Council of Algoma is:
  
  - To coordinated the activities of individuals,
     groups & organizations engaged in
     arts and culture in Algoma;
 
 
  - To encourage education in and appreciation        of arts and culture; and
 
  - To provide an information service for artists,      groups, organizations and the public in
     Algoma.