Dear community members,

In light of the current situation with COVID-19, Centre[3] and our hosts Earls Court Gallery have made the decision to postpone the 10th annual Art Lottery (Centre[3]’s annual fundraiser) which was scheduled to take place in June.

Thank you to all the artists who have already donated artwork, please know that your donations are safe. Unfortunately we cannot accept any further donations at this time as Centre[3] and Earls Court Gallery are closed until further notice, however we will hold another call for submission at a later date. We will keep you informed of any new updates as they become available to us.

We thank you for your continued support as the Art Lottery allows Centre[3] to raise funds to support our excellent programming and services while keeping our fees at a minimum for the local community and artists. If you have any questions please email Julie at

Keep well,

The Centre[3] Team




Call for Donations!

Each year Centre[3] reaches out to our art community to support the Art Lottery by donating a piece of art (any medium, valued between $100-$1,000). This support is incredibly important because it allows Centre[3] to raise funds to support our excellent programming and services while keeping our fees at a minimum for the local community and artists. 

We value our artists and are sensitive to the impact of our request for donations. Therefore, if you donate a piece of art to the Art Lottery, we can offer you one of the following options below, which are eligible for one year:

●    40% off a course or workshop at Centre[3] 
●    10 Day Studio Pass at Centre[3]*

*this members-only rental fee option provides access to the traditional studio, processing screens, or printing paper-based jobs in the screen studio. For information on how to become a member please visit our membership page!

Centre[3] and our hosts at Earl’s Court Gallery will begin accepting donations of any medium as of January 7, 2020 through to March 28, 2020. Please note that your piece does not need to be framed and there is a maximum of 2 donations per donor. Donors will receive a tax receipt if indicated on the donation form. 

Important to Note: Due to the limited space, your submitted donation will go through a juried process and Centre[3] and Earls Court Gallery reserves the right to kindly decline donations. In this case, you will be contacted to pick up your donation.

If you would like to make a donation or have any questions about the Art Lottery, please contact

Please note that tickets for the 2020 Art Lottery go on sale as of May 1, 2020.



In 2011, Centre[3] founded the Art Lottery with the idea that everyone is a winner: 100 pieces of art to match the sale of 100 tickets. The Art Lottery has become an annual event and, currently, in its ninth year, it continues to excite participants with its lively atmosphere and prize-worthy pieces. One by one, tickets are pulled from a hat as onlookers look to their wish lists in anticipation. Not only is this a fun and exciting event, but the Art Lottery is also an important way for Centre[3] and its participating artists to connect with its members and the local community. At the core of the Art Lottery is the continuous commitment and support from its members and local artists without whom the Art Lottery could not happen. 

June 15th, 2020 from 6-10 pm at Earls Court Gallery

Tickets to this event go on sale May 1st, 2020

Exclusive Event - only 100 tickets available at $100 (plus tax)* featuring original art valued between $100 - $1,000.

*Please note that Earls Court Gallery accepts cash only. Centre[3] accepts cash, debit, and credit.
Tickets can be purchased in person at ECG or C[3], or over the phone at Centre[3] only.

Gallery Preview

 Saturday June 13th
10:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Earls Court Gallery

Ticket Sales

Wednesday May 1st
10:00 a.m.
Centre[3] & Earls Court Gallery

Presenting the 2019 Art Lottery......

The 9th Annual Art Lottery catering sponsor

The 9th Annual Art Lottery community donors