Annual Reports

The Power Plant produces Annual Reports that summarize the highlights and successes of each year.


Annual Report 2019-20


Although forced to close early due to the COVID-19 pandemic on 15 March 2020, The Power Plant closed the 2019-20 year with 265,815 visitors through our shows on site and our robust national touring exhibition program. During the 2019-20 year, The Power Plant advanced its public program offerings to include new art programs including Expanding Access programs which welcome and better serve visitors who have been systematically excluded from art galleries and museums because of limited-to-no accessibility options or inclusivity practices while maintaining an outstanding exhibition program featuring work by the best local, national, and international artists. 

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Annual Report 2018-19

 

In 2018-19, The Power Plant presented a record number of 13 exhibitions with an audience of 77,243 visitors and introduced the gallery's new Strategic Plan. The three seasons of exhibitions, accompanying programs and partnerships contiue to represent the gallery's mandate to represent a leading non-collecting, public art gallery dedicated exclusively to contemporary visual art from Canada and the world.

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Annual Report 2017-18


During the 2017-18 year, The Power Plant advanced its public program offerings to include new art programs for young people and events that introduced students to the professional world of art making, all while maintaining an outstanding exhibition program featuring work by the best local, national and international artists.

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Annual Report 2016-17


The end of The Power Plant's 2016-17 fiscal year coincided with the institution's 30th Anniversary and Canada 150, and this landmark year saw many achivements. The three seasons of exhibitions, accompanying programs and partnerships added to the gallery's rich 30 years of history.

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Annual Report 2015-16


The Power Plant saw numerous successes over its 2015-16 fiscal year, including the launch of the gallery's Fleck Clerestory Commission Program, record-breaking attendance—a historic 70,341 visitors!—three seasons of cutting-edge exhibitions and a host of outstanding public programs and collaborations.

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Annual Report 2014-15


During the 2014-15 year, The Power Plant enjoyed three successful seasons, presenting an exceptional program of solo and group exhibitions, commissions and special projects which, all told, fulfilled and reaffirmed our mandate of presenting and supporting the works of groundbreaking contemporary Canadian and international artists.
 
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Annual Report 2013-14

 
During the 2013-14 year, The Power Plant advanced its public program offerings to include new art programs for young people and events that introduced students to the professional world of art making, all while maintaining an outstanding exhibition program featuring work by the best local, national and international artists.
 
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Annual Report 2012-13


During the 2012-13 year, The Power Plant celebrated its 25th anniversary. This milestone caused us to look back on how The Power Plant has earned its international reputation as Canada’s leading public art gallery devoted to contemporary art, and to look forward to maintaining this leadership position in the years to come.

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