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Only 2 Rooms Left!

Artisan Village Smiths Falls

Come join us... only Two rooms left!!!

Fabulous studios for rent in a newly renovated

building located in the heart of Smith Falls.

Versatile spaces perfect for all your needs:

Retail, Boutique Stores, Business Offices, or Artisan Studios.

Come join a community of innovative businesses

in a building designed to inspire creativity.

For more information contact:

The Artisan Village at The Falls, 10 Maple Avenue, Smiths Falls 613 862-7230

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About Us

At Artisan Village at the Falls, we are committed to providing a space for creative thinkers to explore and express their art. Our retail artist studios provide a place for painters, sculptors, jewlers and other creators to showcase their work. Additionally, we offer rental space for lease for individuals and groups looking for a creative space.

We strive to be a creative hub for artists, art lovers, and anyone looking to connect with their inner artist. Whether you’re looking to purchase art or rent a space to create, Artisan Village at the Falls has something to offer. Come visit us and explore our unique and inspiring space today.

Who we are

The Artisan Village is a retail space that offers affordable art studios ranging from 130 to 600 square feet for lease.

Additionally, we have private offices, aesthetic units, workshops, event areas, and a café for rent.

This lively and dynamic space fosters creativity and provides a platform for artists and creatives to showcase their talents.

To find out more, contact us at

Resident Artists

Bel Angeles

Abstract/Mixed Media

Veronica Moore

Heritage Mosaic

Opal Adams


Connect with US

(647) 238-9689

10 Maple Ave

Smiths Falls, On

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is this a protest?

April 13-May 18

Artisan village

10 Maple ave smiths falls


opening April 13 5-8pm

15 Artists from Ontario, Quebec and Alberta who explore the multi-layered concept of protest through a creative lens. Artists challenge perceptions and ignite discussions through traditional and non-traditional mediums, assemblage, textile art and spoken word. Is This a Protest? gives the platform to the 15 artists’ creative expression on anti-racism, feminism, anti-violence, representation, story telling and inclusion. Creativity can be a voice, a medium for inquiry, a platform for change!

Join us in this edgy, thought-provoking exhibition that challenges, inspires, and resonates with audiences.