FALL FOOD DRIVE BENEFITING THE GUESTHOUSE SHELTER
We are proud to be partnering with The Guesthouse Shelter for their Fall Food Drive! During the month of October, bring your non-perishable food donations to Quest Art and help those in need within our community.
See poster below for information about our paint night!
For more information about the drive and The Guesthouse Shelter please click here.
Join us in the gallery on October 30th and October 31st to decorate tote bags for trick or treating. We will be in the workroom from 1 – 3 pm or you can take a tote and supplies home to decorate at home.
See poster below for more information. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Quest Art is thrilled to announce that we are now re-open to the public!
On view are our two shows that we call our “Sleeping Beauty” exhibitions as they were installed last July but no one was ever able to visit them. They are: Not Even The Poets featuring Michele Karch-Ackerman, Jeanette Luchese and Tina Poplawski, and The Night’s Breath Responds to the Sea with work by Kasia Latos and Alondra Ruiz-Hernandez.
Gallery hours will be:
Tuesday to Friday 11am to 6pm
Saturday noon to 5pm
Sunday noon to 4pm
Entrance on King Street only. Please ring door bell or call Quest at 705.526.2787 for admittance.
COVID PROTOCOLS IN EFFECT: As we reopen Quest Art School + Gallery to the public, volunteers and visitors will be following Public Health guidelines for COVID-19 safety. All staff and Board members have been double vaccinated.
All visitors to Quest will be expected to use face masks, sanitization, symptom screening upon entry, and physical distancing.
You will also need to sign in and leave us your telephone number in case we need to follow up.
We also encourage all visitors to get vaccinated – let’s all do our part to protect our community and get back to doing what we all love: enjoying arts and culture and making memories – together!