The Craig Community ART Studio Needs your support!

The Craig Gallery at Alderney Landing is Fundraising to build a Community ART STUDIO free and accessible to all in Dartmouth, at The Craig Gallery.

Contact Lee Cripps at


Hello Friends!

We are officially rolling out our campaign to raise awareness and funding for The Craig Community Art Studio in Dartmouth.

As many of you know, the importance of free and accessible art programming for our community’s families has come to the forefront of our mission as a community arts space. We’re asking our friends to help us in this endeavor through sponsorship, partnership and donations. We’ve already received partial funding through the 4Cs Foundation, who have generously contributed $3000 of the $10,000 that we need, on the condition that we can raise the rest…

We are hoping you can help! We have started a GoFundMe Campaign which has already seen some action from our friends on Social media. Please visit and show your support:

We need $7000 and I believe we have enough friends out there to raise it!

100% of these proceeds will go to building our Community Art Space and fill it with the supplies to provide you with endless opportunity to explore your creativity! The value of accessible ART and CREATIVITY exploration is immeasurable in terms of skill building, community connections and Healing. We are creating this studio as a platform for our community to further their own artistic growth in creativity and also as a way we can further offer a connection between our local artists and the community members. The opportunities are endless…

We hope you see this as a valuable investment. If you have questions or seek a more detailed account of the Art Studio vision, please email

Many thanks!

Lee Cripps

Fine Arts Program Director and Craig Gallery Coordinator at Alderney Landing, 902-461-4698

The Craig Gallery is currently available as a perfectly beautiful setting for your receptions, meetings or intimate concerts. Call for more info.

The Craig Gallery at Alderney Landing

in the Ferry Terminal Building, Dartmouth, 2 Ochterloney Street