Wed., Oct. 13 | Kingston

Kingston Square Foot Show

Hosted by Michelle Reid and Adele Webster
Registration is Closed
Kingston Square Foot Show

Time & Location

Oct. 13, 2021, 7:00 p.m. – Oct. 17, 2021, 7:00 p.m.
Kingston, 370 King St W, Kingston, ON K7L 2X4, Canada

About the Event

Show Dates: October 15 - 17, 2021. 

Shop Online: kingstonsquarefoot.com

Location: Tett Centre Gallery

Hosted By: Michelle Reid and Adele Webster

The Kingston Square Foot Show is Kingston's NEWEST art event in the Tett Gallery and online, featuring hundreds of 12”x12" original artwork created by 35+ local artists.

Artists: Susanna Walters, Diane Black, Donna Brown, Barbara Sohn, Julie Burke, Valerie Hounsell, Mathew Nagendran, Celia Sage, Phileen Dickenson, Natasha Jabre, Susanne Langois, Sally Milne, Mari Brown, Sarah Hunter, Karen Fox, Alice Melo, Rheni Tauchid, Peggy Morley, Richard Armstrong, Bethany Garner, Emily Macleod, Floriana Ehninger-Cuervo, Adele Webster, Michelle Reid, Barbara Joyce (Halladay), Rhonda Evans, Peng Wang, Stew Jones, Deana McConnell, Nancy Steele, Wendy Cain, Clelia Scala, Michael Currie, Paul Nabuurs, Andrew Milne and Kerry Walford.

Mark your calendars for this great fall season affair! Admission is free.

Location: In-person at the Tett Gallery at the Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning, 370 King St. West, Kingston, Ontario. 

In-Person Hours: Friday, Oct., 15, 3pm-9pm Sat., & Sun., Oct., 16 & 17, 10am-5pm  

Shop Online: kingstonsquarefoot.com

Online Store Opens: 8:00am, Saturday, Oct. 16.

Questions? Please contact the show organizers, Michelle Reid and Adele Webster, at squarefootkingston@gmail.com

Covid-19 health and safety protocols are in place. Covid-19 screening and contract tracing are required. Masks are required.

As of September 22, 2021, all visitors 12 years old and older will need to be fully vaccinated (two doses plus 14 days) and provide their proof of vaccination along with photo ID to access the events spaces at the Tett Centre. Any individuals who require an accommodation under the Ontario Human Rights Code with respect to vaccination status musst provide approved supporting documentation. The Ontario government is also developing an app for businesses and organizations to scan the QR code on a holder’s vaccine certificate and to verify the contents of the QR code. This app will be ready by October 2021.

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