dc3 Art Projects is a contemporary art gallery based in Edmonton, Canada that acts as a supporter, advocate, producer and promoter of contemporary art. dc3 Art Projects was founded in 2012 and is committed to helping emerging and mid-career Canadian artists bring challenging and engaging work to a greater public through exhibitions, critical writing, travelling shows and international art fairs. dc3 Art Projects is dedicated to presenting ambitious solo and curated projects locally, nationally and internationally, working with both Canadian and international artists.
dc3 Art Projects is a member of The Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC) and the Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC).
David Candler, Founder / Director
Founder of dc3 Art Projects David Candler has spent 20 years looking and reading, travelling for and absorbing the world of contemporary visual art. A self-described artjunkie, he has a passion for artists and their creations, and through dc3 Art Projects shares this obsession with others. As a longtime collector himself, he is a tireless advocate for the importance of art within a society and the role it plays in making the world richer and more complete.
Michelle Schultz, Director
Michelle Schultz joined dc3 Art Projects in 2015, returning to Edmonton from Los Angeles, CA where she was Director of an emerging contemporary art gallery for three years. Prior to this, she lived in London, UK where she worked with Somerset House, Frieze Art Fair and Whitechapel Gallery, as well as publications Ibraaz and DailyServing. She holds an MA in Contemporary Art from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London, and sits on the Board of Directors at Latitude 53 and the Edmonton Arts Council Public Art Committee.
dc3 Art Projects
10567 – 111 Street
Edmonton, AB, Canada
or by appointment between exhibitions