Artscape Gibraltar Point opened in 1999. Housed in a former school surrounded by 46 acres of parkland, it is operated by Artscape (Artscape.ca) as an arts and cultural facility, open year-round. Over the years Artscape Gibraltar Point has hosted thousands of artists both local and international, who have taken advantage of the facility’s quiet and natural setting to focus on their practices and projects through short-term residencies and long-term studio rentals. Artscape Gibraltar Point has also become recognized as a perfect place to host a variety of events. Please visit our Event Rentals page to learn more.
To read a full history of the making of Artscape Gibraltar Point, visit the Artscape website for the case study.
Open to the Public?
In accordance with public health and safety guidelines in Ontario, the building is not open to the public at this time.
We tend a beautiful vegetable and flower garden at Artscape Gibraltar Point. We thank TD Friends of the Environment Foundation for providing support for the GPoint Organics program.
Artscape Gibraltar Point Garden Committee (2014)
- Emily Hogg
- Patricia Jeffries
- Jiva McKay
- Luisa Milan
- Daniel Rotsztain
- Claire M. Tallarico
2008 Ontario Trillium Foundation Partnership Award
Artscape Gibraltar Point is managed by a small on-site staff team. Job postings at Artscape Gibraltar Point will be posted to our What’s Happening page. To learn about all Artscape employment opportunities, visit Artscape.ca.
Good Neighbour Guidelines
Artscape Gibraltar Point has a Good Neighbour Policy that applies to every function held at the facility and every visit to the building. We ask that all visitors respect the privacy of the artists and organizations working inside the building. Please do not knock on closed doors unless you are an expected guest.
Thank You, Donors
Artscape would like to thank the following governments and foundations for their extraordinary generosity in bringing Artscape Gibraltar Point to life:
- City of Toronto
- Department of Canadian Heritage
- Ontario Trillium Foundation
Artscape acknowledges Toronto as a sacred gathering place for many Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island. We recognize the long history of First Nations and Métis Peoples in Ontario, and show respect today to the Mississaugas of New Credit.