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The Woodland Cultural Centre is a First Nations educational and Cultural Centre.
It was established in 1972 to protect, promote, interpret and present the history, language, intellect and cultural heritage of the Anishnabe and Onkwehoniwe.
Established as part of the Belleville Public Library in 1973, the John M.
Parrott Art Gallery Collects and shows works by regional emerging and professional artists as well as holding and exhibiting a large number of oil paintings by Canadian artist Manly Mac Donald.
The Mac Laren is housed in a 24,000 square-foot award-winning building.
This architectural landmark in downtown Barrie combines a renovated 1917 Carnegie Library and a contemporary addition by Siamak Hariri of Hariri Pontarini Architects.
Throughout the year the Gallery offers a schedule of exhibitions of contemporary fine art featuring works by local, regional, and national artists.
Complemented by lectures, tours, and special events.
The gallery is home to a significant collection of works by 19th-century artist Robert Reginald Whale and his descendants, contemporary works of art on paper by national and international artists, and an expanding collection of outdoor art in the gardens.
Established in 1976, The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington provides exciting local, regional, and national contemporary art exhibitions and education programming to the Durham Region.
Housed in the historic Cream of Barley Mill, the Visual Arts Centre reaches into the community with its Art on Public Lands, Curriculum Connections, Winter Wonder Learn and p ARTners projects.
Extensive art education activities include curriculum-based programs, lectures, studio programs and tours. A satellite Gallery Shop is located in historic Port Hope.
Galerie Q is a gallery presenting Canadian Masters "Serious Art for Serious Collectors." You will find RCA designated artists at the regularly scheduled exhibitions. 163 Hurontario Street Collingwood, ON L9Y 2M1 Jennifer Macnaughton, Board Chair Janet Allen, Vice Chair Tony Allen, Secretary/Treasurer Ron Mac Rae, Communications & Marketing Susan Cook, Manager of Operations The Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts is a non-profit organization, promoting the Arts in the scenic Georgian Triangle area for the past 35 years.
Our building was opened in 1978 as a facility for these groups to develop dedicated studios in the area of photography, handweaving and spinning, sculpture and woodcarving, ceramics, fine arts, and hooking craft.