Three people look at photos hanging on a gallery wallLocated in the Jacobs Lounge on the main floor of the Miles Nadal JCC, the Gallery provides a platform for both emerging and established artists to showcase their talent, share their stories and connect with the community through visual art.

    Our exhibitions draw the viewer's attention to corners of everyday life, often challenging pre-existing opinions of culture, religious identity and social issues. Celebrate the powerful world of images and painting at The Gallery at the J. 

    Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday 5:30 am - 10:00 pm; Saturday - Sunday 7:00 am - 7:00 pm

    Gallery info: (416) 924-6211 x250

    Gallery Coordinator Deanna Di Lello; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Q: What is the size of the gallery?

    A: The gallery has 500 square feet of non-linear hanging space.


    Q: How many people visit the gallery a month?

    A: Our gallery doubles as our member’s lounge with approximately 1,000 members and guests frequenting the space.


    The Rocky Mountains reflected in a lake in AlbertaAugust 8 - September 2, 2019

    The work displayed entitled, From Far and Wide: Canada Coast to Coast, is a collection I curated showcasing sights across the country. In July 2017, I was one of approximately 4,000 Canadian youth who experienced cross-country train travel as part of Canada150 celebrations. Inspired by landscapes and architecture, I captured photographs from coast to coast. The experience, which was all self-planned and organized, gave me the opportunity to stop and photograph in Ottawa, Quebec City, Halifax, Prince Edward Island, Montreal, Edmonton, Jasper, Banff, Yoho, Victoria, Whistler, and Vancouver.

    Black and white photograph of a man and a woman standing at the entrance of a storefront with Hebrew and English letters on the glass.September 5 - October 1, 2019
    Opening Reception: Thursday, September 5, 7:00 - 9:00 pm

    The Canadian Language Museum presents Read Between the Signs: 150 Years of Language in Toronto

    Toronto’s diverse languages shape our city’s streets. These languages are part of the landscape, visible in storefronts, building facades, and street signs. They can reflect, and sometimes even obscure, the communities that live and work in this city. In presenting a visual history of Toronto’s languages, this exhibition makes use of archival and contemporary photos.

    The Canadian Language Museum was established in 2011 to promote an appreciation of all of the languages spoken in Canada and of their role in the development of this nation. The Canadian Language Museum encourages dialogue on language issues that are central to the future of Canadian society, such as bilingualism, multilingualism, and language endangerment, preservation and revitalization.


    Contact & Info

    750 Spadina Ave. (at Bloor), Toronto, Ontario M5S 2J2

    Phone: 416.924.6211
    Fax: 416.924.0422

    Charitable Registration Number:
    140344243 RR0001