Covid-19 Information

We are following provincial health guidelines. Please see below for details on how we are moving forward.

Martha Street Studio Covid-19 Guidelines:

We have restricted public access with the following parameters:

** Masks and social distancing will remain mandatory **
** Verification of double vaccination is required to enter the building and/or attend courses & workshops **

Martha Street Studio will continue restricting public access until April 30th.

We believe this is the safest course of action for members, staff and artists.

– Masks & Double Vaccination verification, are still mandatory for entry to the building.

– Rentals will continue as they are currently: email booking will be required 24hrs in advance. Scheduling will maintain area maximum capacities to ensure physical distancing. – 
To book time in the Studio, email:

 – Exhibitions, Gallery Programming, Digital Printing services, Print Sales, and the Print Shop will remain online and/or by appointment only.

– Small groups of up to 5 people will be able to make appointments to view the current exhibition, Terra Firma, by Mark Laurin. Walk-ins are welcome! 
To book an appointment to view the gallery, email:

– Digital printing will continue via email and pick-up/delivery. Limited in-person appointments may be available depending on staff availability. 
To inquire about Digital Printing, email:

– Courses will continue in-person and in the studio. Class sizes will remain smaller to accommodate physical distancing.
To inquire about courses, workshops and youth programming, email:

– Online sales can be delivered locally for free and are available for curb-side pick-up. Shipping will be available for an additional charge. 
To book an appointment to view work for sale in person, email:

– Staff will be in the studio and working-from-home. If you need to get a hold of anyone at the gallery or in the studio, please send an email. Telephone calls and messages may not be answered.

We remain hopeful that there will be a time in the not so distant future when the studio doors can remain open and the public welcomed to drop-in. Until then, stay safe out there, and hopefully we can see you all soon.

If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to:
Jamie Wright –