Deluge Contemporary Art is located at 636 Yates Street (near Broad) in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Housed in the top floor of the city's first fire hall and named to reflect the history of this building and its original inhabitants, Deluge represents a vanguard of visual and media arts in Victoria.

In addition to comprehensive solo and group exhibitions at the gallery, our ongoing program of activities includes lectures, screenings, off-site projects and the annual
Antimatter festival.

Exhibition hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 12 to 5 pm.


Deluge Contemporary Art’s exhibition program is invitational. However, we are always happy to review artists’ work from all disciplines. Our curatorial department reviews all submitted proposals twice yearly. If you would like to bring your work to our attention, please include the following:

• covering letter
• curriculum vitae/resumé
• artist’s statement
• 10–20 slides or digital images on CD (jpeg or tiff)
• slide/image list
• additional relevant support material (catalogues, reviews, etc.)

Please indicate which materials you would like returned. Unfortunately, we are unable to make evaluative commentaries on submitted works.

You may also email us a link to an online portfolio.

Floor Plan

A PDF file of the gallery floor plan is available here.

We acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia and the CRD Arts Development Service through the participating municipalities of Esquimalt, Highlands, Metchosin, Oak Bay, Saanich, Sidney, Victoria and View Royal, and the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $153 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.

We respectfully acknowledge that we are on unceded territories of the Lekwungen and Coast Salish peoples, including Esquimalt, Songhees and WSANEC First Nations.