Eyelevel is thrilled to announce Wren Tian-Morris as our new Program Assistant Summer Student!

Wren will be with us from June 8th until August 21st working with Eyelevel to develop and implement our summer programming! Contact them at assistant@eyelevel.art to say hi!

About Wren:

Eyelevel studios are open to local artists seeking affordable studio space in a communal environment. The studios located at 2177 Gottingen St. (above Radstorm) and are accessible 24 hours a day. Studio Residents will have their own designated walled-off space of around 100 sq feet, free wifi and use of the bathroom, deck, and kitchen in our space.

Browse our presale here...

Eyelevel Artist Run Centre & Bookstore is excited to announce our upcoming winter fundraiser Shine in the Dark! 

Eyelevel will be closed until November 29th while we set up our new bookstore and community space in our new home. 

Eyelevel is now located at 2177B Gottingen Street, Halifax NS, B3K 3B5

While we are undertaking renovations, the new space will normally be locked and open by appointment only. Access Eyelevel through the white door left of Radstorm's main entrance (we're right up the stairs). There is a doorbell on the upper right side of the doorframe which you can ring for entrance. 

Eyelevel is leaving it's home at 5662 Cornwallis Street on October 30th. 

Due to damages from hurricane Dorian, the entire building is being shut down for repairs, and all tenants are being forced to move out by the end of October. We are reaching out to our community to support our organization in this fast and difficult move. 

Eyelevel's new home will be at 2177 Gottingen Street, right above Radstorm - we want to gave a huge, heartfelt thank you to the folks of Radstorm for offering us this space

Eyelevel will be at the New York Art Book Fair this weekend with our pals at Halifax INK. 

Find out table to browse a selection of items from our bookstore, a pick up a copy of our brand new publication, Sitelines!

Eyelevel's office & bookstore will be closed September 19 & 20th while we are in NY. See you soon, Halifax!

Sally Wolchyn-Raab is an interdisciplinary artist, critical writer, and governance nerd interested in feminist and decolonial approaches to science, body, and space. She was raised in the ancestral Lenapehoking territory in Manayunk (Philadelphia) and holds Jewish-American, and settler heritage. Sally received a BFA in drawing from ACAD in 2010 and moved to K'jipuktuk/Halifax in 2015.

Eyelevel will be closed to the public from 15 December 2018 - 2 Jan 2019.  We'll be open in the new year with some new and exciting plans in place!

Happy Holidays from Eyelevel!