The Art Gallery of Algoma (AGA) is a public gallery dedicated to cultivating and advancing the awareness of visual arts in Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma district. The AGA’s commitment to excellence is reflected in all aspects of its programming. Approximately 20 exhibtions are mounted each year featuring local, national and international artists. The AGA also boasts an ever-growing permanent collection of 5000 works of art, including original paintings of the Group of Seven. The AGA offers art classes, workshops, films, exhibition tours, school visits and other programming for all age groups. For truly inspired gift ideas, the Gallery Shop is the best place to find a good selection of the Group of Seven items, and unique gifts made mostly by local artists and crafts people. Gallery Cafe offers visitors coffee, tea, soft drinks, ice cream and light snacks. It features a beautiful view of the St. Mary’s river, Sault Michigan and the International Bridge.
Callander Bay Heritage Museum & Alex Dufresne Gallery celebrate Callander’s rich cultural heritage and host several art exhibitions every year, all in the house and practice of the former doctor to the Dionne Quintuplets, Dr Allan Roy Dafoe. Our eight-rooms feature items related to the sisters and Dr. Dafoe’s medical practice, and explore the town’s shipping and logging history. Also included in the collection are hockey jerseys belonging to Philadelphia Flyer’s Bill Barber and a turn-of-the-century barber shop. The adjacent Alex Dufresne Gallery shares the same entrance as the museum, and hosts several exhibitions every year featuring local artists.
Located in Glenhyrst Gardens, a beautifully landscaped sixteen-acre park on the banks of the Grand River, the gallery offers contemporary fine art exhibitions; guided tours, classes, lectures, events, an Art Rental Service, School Education Program and rental of the estate facilities. In addition, the Gallery has a Permanent Collection of over 600 artworks. We encourage everyone to become a member today and discover something for everyone at Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant. There is always something happening at Glenhyrst – make your memories here. Open Tuesday-Friday 10am to 5pm, and Saturday-Sunday 11am-4pm. Closed Mondays, Statutory Holidays and during exhibition installations. Admission is free.
Steps from downtown Bracebridge, Heron’s Nest is home to visual artist, Wendie Donabie. Wendie’s paintings reflect her love of nature and concern for the environment. The intimate studio gallery also features work by other Ontario artists who draw their inspiration from the natural world. Browse two rooms of exciting artwork for you to consider for home, office, cottage or gifting. Original paintings, prints, stained glass, artisan furniture, decorative ironwork, turned wooden bowls, hand-built clay animal sculptures, jewellery and more.
Heron’s Nest provides a quiet rest stop with beautiful gardens to enjoy on your cycling tour.
Access to washroom, town water and healthy snack bars. There’s plenty of room for secure bike parking along our garden fence.
The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives is a place to explore and learn about Peel Region’s culture and heritage. PAMA shares the story of Peel by providing opportunities for exploring the past, discussing creativity and connecting to the community through exhibitions and public programs. Throughout the year, PAMA offers changing exhibitions, workshops, artist and curator talks, drop in tours and activities for all ages. PAMA is located in 4 heritage buildings including the Historic Peel Courthouse and Jail at 9 Wellington St. E., in downtown Brampton. Visit pama.peelregion.ca to learn more.
Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre is a public art gallery located in Haliburton’s landmark 1878 rail station, at the head of Haliburton County Rail Trail.
It features exhibitions of contemporary art by regional artists in the main gallery (formerly the freight room), community programming and an eclectic Gallery Shop where you will discover one of a kind craft and art for home, cottage and gift-giving.
Admission to the gallery is free, donations gladly accepted. Rails End Gallery is a registered Canadian Charity (#118950641) devoted to bringing art to life in Haliburton.
Rails End is host to the County’s largest outdoor event, the Haliburton Art and Craft Festival (fourth weekend in July). The Festival is a well curated selection of 100 artists and artisans from Ontario and beyond who gather to show and sell their work in Head Lake Park next to the Gallery.
Check Rails End Gallery’s calendar to see what’s on and help plan your visit.
Romantic Designs Artist Studio is one of unique stops along the St.Thomas (Ontario) WHISTLESTOP TRAIL . Once an old Lumber Yard and stoked with history, this destination offers an Art Gallery, Gift Shoppe and Classroom which is open Tuesday to Saturday – all year round. Outside find a bicycle rack waiting for your bike and little wooden benches to rest on. Bottled water is available for sale.
We are a public art gallery just off the waterfront trail in Whitby. Come explore our world-class exhibitions – it’s always FREE to visit. Cool your heels on our patio, sign up for our family art days. We’re open 7 days a week (except for stat holidays). Weekdays 10 – 4:30 pm – Thursdays ’til 9 pm Weekends noon ’til 4 pm There’s room for a few bikes on-site and oodles more just across the parking lot at Iroquois Sports Arena. See you soon
The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington (VAC) is a not-for-profit art gallery and arts education centre in Bowmanville, ON. The VAC is dedicated to delivering contemporary art to the Clarington Community, the wider Durham Region, and beyond. It has a 47-year history of community engagement, connecting people of all ages and backgrounds in a creative place for artmaking and learning. The VAC occupies a four-story 1905 Mill, which holds exhibition and studio spaces, including a fully equipped pottery studio, a painting studio, and a rustic loft gallery.
Educational and public engagement programs are offered to kids, youth, and adults, while exhibitions of contemporary art show Canadian regional and national artists’ works in various stages of their careers. The VAC is a safe space where ideas are exchanged, questions are asked, and connections are made.