The Bleeding Heart Art Space

Bleeding Heart hosts an admission-free public gallery space. We welcome hundreds of guests each year to exhibitions, artist workshops, concerts, and community building events.

After running as a pop-up gallery space since 2012, Bleeding Heart moved into its first permanent home on Alberta Avenue in November of 2014 (now home to the famous Green Onion Cake Man). Bleeding Heart changed locations in July of 2017, moving upstairs into a more performance-friendly space.

While the shape of this new space was a great fit for Bleeding Heart’s programming, accessibility was an issue. After the 2-year lease was up, Bleeding Heart decided to give up the space and began a season of pop-up programming in collaboration with other neighbourhood arts organizations and churches.

In May 2022, Bleeding Heart opened up a brand new gallery space within St. Mary’s Anglican Church, in the neighbourhood of Highlands.