We are located on the upper floor of the Godfrey Dean Cultural Centre, adjacent to Yorkton's historic Land Titles Building at the corner of Smith Street and Third Avenue in downtown Yorkton. A large arched breezeway housing the murals Harvest Time and September, by Jerry Didur, forms the Smith Street entrance to our building.
At the top of the staircase are two galleries that comprise the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery.
Gallery 1, the larger of the two, is 1,200 square feet with 123 running feet of wall space. Gallery 2 is half the square footage of Gallery 1 and has 83 running feet. Both are equipped with gallery standard track lighting suspended from 15-foot high ceilings.
Electrical outlets are available throughout both galleries, along with wireless Internet access.
The galleries have their own temperature control system in a security-monitored building.
Floor plan of Gallery 1 (in JPG format)
Floor plan of Gallery 2 (in JPG format)
Above right: Entrance area to the Godfrey Dean Cultural Centre; galleries are upstairs.
Left: Corridor Atrium, a place to sit, relax and read magazines when visiting the Gallery.
The Corridor is also home to the Serpentine Atrium Gallery, an informal exhibition space.