ART SOCIETY
OF STRATHCONA COUNTY



Welcome!


We are a community of artists who are all about enjoying friendships and camaraderie with others, while sharing in the love of visual arts.

Please browse our site to find out who we are and all that we have to offer!


ASSC Updates




A special exhibition of art by ASSC members in the Loft Gallery, A.J.Ottewell Centre, February weekends,  12-4 pm


LOFT ART
GALLERY 
& GIFT SHOP

Will feature new & exciting artwork from the members

 when the Loft

re-opens February 3, 2024

Open Sat & Sun, 12-4 pm

Learn more

What’s On 2024

Spring Art Show, 

April 19, 20, 21

Hi School Student Art Show/Competition

May 3, 4, 5

    Artist Home  Studio Tour

        September 21,22

Fall Show & Sale

Oct 18,19,20

Christmas Market

Nov 16,17

ART WITH FRIENDS


Drop in Art Time!

A.J. Ottewell Centre

(590 Broadmoor Blvd,
Sherwood Park)

Wednesdays

9:30am to 12 noon 


Free to members; $5 for non members. 
Bring your own supplies, and create or socialize with artists.



ARTWORK FOR

VIEWING & PURCHASE


Artwork by the artists of the Society available for viewing & purchase! Click here

UPCOMING EVENTS

GENERAL MEETING DATES

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

A.J. Ottewell Community Centre

(The Red Barn)


Please visit the Society's beautiful building, the A.J. Ottewell Community Centre (Red Barn)! 590 Broadmoor Blvd, Sherwood Park


Stop by during one of the Society's eventsvisit our loft gallery & gift shopor come by during office hours

 

The building is very suitable for event rentals and is a part of Sherwood Park's Heritage Mile!

HISTORY OF 'THE RED BARN'

"Ottewell Centre - Located on the original homestead of Arthur & Lora Ottewell, the brick house was completed in 1916. The house was moved 50 feet west of its original location & the brick was restored in 1980. A replica of the family's old red barn now serves the Art Society of Strathcona County. Arthur was the son of Richard P. Ottewell who arrived & settled in Edmonton's present day community of Ottewell in 1881." 

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