2009: Opening gala for Jack's Gallery
Back row: Ian Funke-MacKay, Colleen Gerrits, Peter Shelton, Patrick Bazinet, Barbara Kaiser, George Woolaver
Front row: Justine Kerr, Lawrence Smith, Shasta Grant, Kate Adams
Missing: Sharon Irving-Kennedy
Jack's Gallery History
The lobby space shared by the Just Us coffeehouse and the Al Whittle Theatre is home to Jack’s Gallery, which has a rotating display of pieces from local artists.
Jack’s Gallery opened on January 8, 2009 in the Acadia Cinema’s lobby, and honours the late Jack Sheriff — “professor, producer, playwright and impresario” — a memorable name associated with art and culture in the Annapolis Valley. Inspired by Shasta Grant, Kate Adams and Barbara Kaiser, and funded by Youth Challenge International, the Acadia Cinema Cooperative Ltd., and Just Us! Coffee Roasters Co-op, the gallery aims to give young and emerging visual artists of the Valley a dedicated community space for rotating exhibits in which to share and sell their work.
To submit artworks please contact Diana Baldwin at the email address below