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Список Музеев и Картинных галерей: Онтарио

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Agnes Etherington Art Centre 36 University Ave, Kingston, ON K7L 3N6 Telephone: +1 613-533-2190
The Agnes Etherington Art Centre holds over 16,000 works of art, with major concentrations of contemporary art, Canadian historical art, Baroque-era paintings of the Dutch Golden Age, and African art. The Canadian collections include fine early topographical watercolours and major examples of 20th-century painting, and embraces Inuit and Indigenous art, as well as historic dress and decorative arts reflecting the history of the region. The historical European holdings are of exceptional quality and depth. At their core is The Bader Collection, with nearly 200 paintings including three by Rembrandt. The contemporary art collection is largely Canadian, with strong representation of socially and politically engaged art, and major examples of electronic art.
Alix Art Gallery 147 Lochiel St, Sarnia, ON N7T 4C1 Telephone: +1 519-336-8127
The Gallery’s collection comprises of primarily Canadian historical and contemporary works of both local and national significance. Exhibitions from the permanent collection provide a framework to highlight selections of works from the collection and are loaned to other institutions locally, nationally and internationally. Each exhibition cycle, there will be an exhibition on display from the gallery's permanent collection in the Dr. J Telford Biehn gallery, located on the second floor.
Arbor Gallery 36 Home Ave, Vankleek Hill, ON K0B 1R0 Telephone: +1 877-616-5086
Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre exhibits contemporary art side by side with traditional fine arts for a mix that is always fresh and stimulating. We feel rural art goers deserve exhibitions as sophisticated and as interesting as any downtown gallery. Come enjoy a relaxing gallery experience in the heart of the village... Exciting visual art in a warm historic setting.
Art Gallery of Algoma 10 East St, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 3C3 Telephone: +1 705-949-9067
The Art Gallery of Algoma (AGA) is the only collecting public art gallery located between Thunder Bay and Sudbury, Ontario. Since its foundation, the AGA has built an impressive Permanent Collection of approximately 5000 artworks, which includes paintings, sculptures, photographs, drawings, installation works and the decorative arts. The collection continues to grow, maintaining a focus on Canadian and regional contemporary art, and including works by artists such as Carl Beam, Franklin Carmichael, AJ Casson, AY Jackson, JEH MacDonald, Norval Morrisseau, FH Varley, Jack Bush, Rita Letendre, Edward Steichen, Barbara Hepworth, Robert Motherwell and more.
Art Gallery of Hamilton 123 King St W, Hamilton, ON L8P 4S8 Telephone: +1 905-527-6610
Over 10,000 objects strong and 100 years in the making, the AGH permanent collection is one of the finest in Canada. Recognized for its significance, breadth and depth, the collection is core to our history and identity.
Art Gallery of Mississauga 300 City Centre Dr, Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1 Telephone: +1 905-896-5088
The Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) is a public, not-for-profit, art gallery located in the Mississauga Civic Centre, right on Celebration Square and across from Square One Shopping Centre. The gallery offers a wide range of tours, talks, and workshops for adult learners, as well as innovative youth programmes for schools, universities and community groups.
Art Gallery of Northumberland Victoria Hall, West Wing, Third Floor, 55 King Street, West, Cobourg, ON K9A 2M2 Telephone: +1 905-372-0333
The collection currently stands at 698 works and is valued at about 1.5 million in value. Within the permanent collection there are three sub-collections; the Margaret and Henry Marsh Collection of Inuit Art and Artifacts, the Mary and Roman Schneider Ceramics Collection and the Charlotte Horner Bequest
Art Gallery of Peterborough 250, Crescent St, Peterborough, ON K9J 2G1 Telephone: +1 705-743-9179
The collection of The Art Gallery of Peterborough began in 1973, with a gift of historical European and Canadian Paintings donated by the Peterborough Teachers College. The collection now numbers over 1,400 objects including contemporary and historical paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs, mixed media works, both Canadian and international in origin.
Art Gallery of Sudbury 251 John St, Sudbury, ON P3E 1P9 Telephone: +1 705-674-3271
The Art Gallery of Sudbury was established in 1967 as a Centennial project of the Sudbury and District Chamber of Commerce. Originally operating as the Laurentian University Museum and Art Centre, the gallery was incorporated in 1997. Housed in a turn of the century mansion, the former residence of lumber baron William Joseph Bell, the gallery has a unique architectural appeal. Local history and contemporary works of art come together in the lush surroundings of the Gallery grounds.
Art Gallery of Windsor 401 Riverside Dr W, Windsor, ON N9A 7J1 Telephone: +1 519-977-0013
The AGW has approximately 4,000 paintings, sculptures and works on paper. New artworks are added to the collection every year. Like most public art galleries, space and other resources are limited at the AGW. The annual exhibition program includes art from many sources including touring shows from other galleries and work belonging to artists and private collectors.
Artcite 109 University Ave W, Windsor, ON N9A 5P4 Telephone: +1 519-977-6564
Artcite Inc. is a non-profit, artist-run centre for the contemporary Arts, dedicated exclusively to expanding the visibility of contemporary arts within our region and advancing the professional presentation, promotion and animation of contemporary art forms.
Artspace Peterborough 378 Aylmer St N, Peterborough, ON K9H 3V8 Telephone: +1 705-748-3883
Founded in 1974 by a group of dedicated local artists, Artspace differs from many of the artist-run centres that formed in this early period. Artspace was established and sustained by a membership spread amongst smaller urban centres, rural areas and townships as part of a unique cultural milieu within the region.
Atrium Gallery 101 Centrepointe Dr, Nepean, ON K2G 5K7 Telephone: +1 613-596-5783
Works of local and regional artists, owned and operated by the City of Ottawa
Blackwood Gallery 3359 Mississauga Rd, Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6 Telephone: +1 905-828-3789
The Blackwood Gallery permanent collection consists of over 450 works of Canadian contemporary art. The main areas of collecting focus have been prints by Ontario-based artists and prints and small sculpture by Inuit artists.
Burlington Art Centre 1333 Lakeshore Rd, Burlington, ON L7S 1A9 Telephone: +1 905-632-7796
The Art Gallery of Burlington is an award-winning gallery located in the heart of Burlington, Ontario. We stage as many as 20 exhibitions a year and are home to an acclaimed collection of Canadian contemporary ceramics and seven fine craft guilds.
Cambridge Centre for the Arts 60 Dickson St, Cambridge, ON N1R 8N1 Telephone: +1 519-740-4681
The art gallery at the Cambridge Centre for the Arts (CCA) allows visitors to discover and appreciate a variety of art forms. Every year, the gallery's exhibitions feature art by local artists from Cambridge, the Waterloo Region and beyond. These works include: Paintings, Sculptures, Photography, Ceramics, Fibre art, Mixed media art
Cambridge Sculpture Garden 53 Grand Ave S, Cambridge, ON N1S 2L7, Telephone: +1 519-740-0248
Come and enjoy the sculptures in the garden at Grand Avenue South and along the river walk in the heart of downtown Galt City Centre. The garden is always open.
Cambridge Galleries 7 Melville St S, Cambridge, ON N1S 2H4 Telephone: +1 519-621-0460
Idea Exchange is dedicated to creating an environment of curiosity and discovery, inspiring lifelong learning, reading and creativity in our community at five locations across the City of Cambridge
Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery 25 Caroline St N, Waterloo, ON N2L 2Y5 Telephone: +1 519-746-1882
The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery is a long-standing site of excellence and a destination for contemporary art for international tourists and regional citizens. We present critically-acclaimed exhibitions that challenge ideas and perceptions of the definitions of art, craft and design today.
Carleton University Art Gallery St. Patrick's Building, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6 Telephone: +1 613-520-2120
The collection focuses on three main areas. The first is twentieth-century Canadian art, with an emphasis on art created since 1950, so as to parallel the history of Carleton University. The second is European art, in particular prints and drawings created from the 16th through the 19th centuries. The third is Inuit and First Nations art in all its forms — prints, drawings, sculptures, and textiles. CUAG has also been open to non-European forms of art, a fact reflected in its modest collections of modern African and pre-Columbian artefacts.
Centrepointe Theatre Gallery 101 Centrepointe Dr, Nepean, ON K2G 5K7 Telephone: +1 613-580-2700
Centrepointe Theatre is a 966-seat publicly owned performance hall located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It opened on May 3, 1988.
Durham Art Gallery 251 George St E, Durham, ON N0G 1R0 Telephone: +1 519-369-3692
Founded in 1979 in Durham, West Grey, the Durham Art Gallery is a regional arts organization serving Grey and Bruce Counties. Our mandate is to inspire, educate and delight people of all ages through access to a wide range of contemporary art.
Forest City Gallery 258 Richmond St, London, ON N6B 2H7 Telephone: +1 519-434-5875
Forest City Gallery (FCG) is an artist-run centre founded on artistic autonomy with a commitment to excellence in programming exhibitions and events that reflect and address recent developments in cultural production. FCG serves to foster and support contemporary art, promoting dialogue amongst local, regional, and international arts communities. FCG represents artists of all disciplines and career levels with a focus on emergent artists and practices.
Foyer Gallery 1701 Woodroffe Ave, Nepean, ON K2G 1W2 Telephone: +1 613-580-2424
The Foyer Gallery showcases original works of art created by a juried group of emerging and well-established visual artists from the region. Foyer Gallery artists, many of whom have received local, national and international recognition, specialize in a variety of media, from oils, watercolours, acrylics, graphite, charcoal, pastels, fibre art and photography to sculptural works in wood, metal, clay, marble and glass.
Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery 216 Main St Unionville, Unionville, ON L3R 2H1 Telephone: +1 905-477-7000
The Varley Art Gallery opened in 1997 with a founding collection donated by Kathleen Gormley McKay. The gallery is named after Frederick Horsman Varley, an original member of Canada’s famed Group of Seven.
Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario 174 Elgin St, Sudbury, ON P3E 3N5 Telephone: +1 705-673-4927
The Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario (GNO), is an artist-run centre that brings together francophone visual artists working in contemporary art in Ontario.
Gallery 101 51 Young Street Suite B, Ottawa, ON K1S 3H6 Telephone: +1 613-230-2799
Located in Ottawa, Ontario, Gallery 101 is a non-profit artist-run centre with charitable status dedicated to the professional presentation and circulation of visual and media arts. Each year, we present a stimulating array of solo and group exhibitions of Canadian and international contemporary artists working in all mediums.
Gallery Stratford 54 Romeo St S, Stratford, ON N5A 4S9 Telephone: +1 519-271-5271
Gallery Stratford has been collecting works of art since its inception in 1967 when it was The Rothman Art Gallery.
Georgian College Campus Gallery One Georgian Dr., Barrie ON L4M 3X9 Telephone: +1 705-728-1968
Part of Georgian College in the Helen and Arch Brown Centre for Visual Art
Gibson Gallery 157 Carling Street London, Ontario, Canada N6A 1H5 Telephone: +1 519-439-0451
Michael Gibson is President of the Michael Gibson Gallery. Upon completion of his BBA at Bishop’s University, Gibson opened a gallery in downtown London in 1984. A Past President of the Art Dealers Association of Canada, Gibson served on the Board of Directors for nine years.
Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant 20 Ava Rd, Brantford, ON N3T 5G9 Telephone: +1 519-756-5932
Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant maintains a significant collection of more than 700 art objects of historical and contemporary importance.
Grimsby Public Art Gallery 18 Carnegie Ln, Grimsby, ON L3M 1Y1 Telephone: +1 905-945-3246
The Grimsby Public Art Gallery is located within the Library and Art Gallery complex located on Carnegie Lane (formerly Victoria Avenue). The Gallery was established in 1975, as a non-profit organization which operates for the benefit and enrichment of the public. Our immediate audience is the Town of Grimsby and surrounding centres in the Region of Niagara.
Haliburton Sculpture Forest 297, College Dr, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0 Telephone: +1 705-457-3555
The Haliburton Sculpture Forest is a unique outdoor collection of sculptures located in Glebe Park near the village of Haliburton, Ontario, Canada.
Homer Watson House & Gallery 1754 Old Mill Rd, Kitchener, ON N2P 1H7 Telephone: +1 519-748-4377
The mission of Homer Watson House & Gallery is to preserve and celebrate the legacy of Homer Watson’s creative spirit by stimulating the appreciation, enjoyment and practice of the visual arts.
Kanata Civic Art Gallery 2500 Campeau Dr, Kanata, ON K2K 2W3 Telephone: +1 613-580-2424
Local art gallery
Karsh-Masson Gallery 110 Laurier Ave W, Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1 Telephone: +1 613-580-2424
After amalgamation in 2001, artworks from the Region of Ottawa–Carleton and 11 municipalities were brought together as one art collection. Today, the City of Ottawa Art Collection is comprised of more than 2,700 artworks created by over 745 artists including Shahla Bahrami, Jennifer Dickson, Lorraine Gilbert, Adrian Göllner, Yousuf Karsh, Farouk Kaspaules and Cynthia O’Brien.
Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery 101 Queen St N, Kitchener, ON N2H 6P7 Telephone: +1 519-579-5860
KWAG seeks to be innovative in its use of the Permanent Collection by creating community partnerships with cross-disciplinary venues such as the Perimeter Institute of Theoretical Physics, the Centre for International Governance Innovation and the Region of Waterloo Administrative Headquarters. By placing works from the Collection outside the Gallery and into alternate spaces, a new and diverse audience is reached.
Latcham Gallery 6240 Main St, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON L4A 1E2 Telephone: +1 905-640-8954
The Latcham Gallery is the public art gallery in Stouffville, Ontario, located 45 minutes north-east of Toronto. The Gallery is dedicated to providing opportunities for members of the community to view art and the ideas that artists express through contemporary art, and foster learning, inspiration and discussion.
Lindsay Gallery 2nd Floor, Lindsay Public Library, 190 Kent St W, Lindsay, ON K9V 2Y6 Telephone: +1 705-324-1780
The Kawartha Art Gallery is dedicated to fostering awareness, enhancement and enjoyment of the Arts through its collections, exhibitions, and programming for the benefit of the citizens of the City of Kawartha Lakes.
Macdonald Stewart Art Centre 358 Gordon St, Guelph, ON N1G 1Y1 Telephone: +1 519-837-0010
The Art Gallery of Guelph (AGG) is one of Canada’s premier public art spaces, engaging audiences with innovative artists and ideas from around the world. Through a rigorous and collaborative artistic program that positions visual culture in an ever-changing cultural landscape, the gallery supports social exchange and shapes public discourse.
MacLaren Art Centre 37 Mulcaster St, Barrie, ON L4M 3M2 Telephone: +1 705-721-9696
The MacLaren Art Centre is an art gallery and museum, located in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. It houses many important Canadian works of art. It is named in honour of Maurice MacLaren, who bequeathed his Victorian home, Maple Hill, to the Barrie Gallery Project in 1989. The MacLaren Art Centre later moved to the former City of Barrie library, a Carnegie building, and added to it; the new gallery opened in September 2001.
McIntosh Gallery Western University, London, ON N6A 3K7 Telephone: +1 519-661-3181
A university-based, public art gallery since 1942, McIntosh Gallery collaborates with artists, curators and academics to develop innovative strategies to interpret and disseminate visual culture. Exhibitions, educational programs and special events provide a platform for engagement with visual art and artists.
McMaster Museum of Art 1280 Main St W, Hamilton, ON L8S 4L6 Telephone: +1 905-525-9140
McMaster Museum of Art (MMA) is a public, non-profit, university-affiliated gallery situated in the heart of McMaster University campus in Hamilton, Ontario.
McMichael Canadian Art Collection 10365 Islington Ave, Kleinburg, ON L0J 1C0 Telephone: +1 905-893-1121
Located on 100 acres of forested land along the Humber River, the McMichael is a major public gallery uniquely devoted to collecting The Art of Canada. The McMichael’s permanent collection consists of over 6,400 artworks by Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven, their contemporaries, and First Nations, Métis, Inuit and contemporary artists who have contributed to the development of Canadian art.
Modern Fuel Tett Centre, 370 King St W #305, Kingston, ON K7L 2X4 Telephone: +1 613-548-4883
Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre is a non-profit organization facilitating the presentation, interpretation, and production of contemporary visual, time-based and interdisciplinary arts. Modern Fuel aims to meet the professional development needs of emerging and mid-career local, national and international artists, from diverse cultural communities, through exhibition, discussion, and mentorship opportunities.
Museum in the Square 57 Charlotte Street Brantford, Ontario N3T 2W6 Telephone: +1 519-752-2483
Established on May 8, 1908, the Brant Historical Society is an independent registered charity operating three museums uniquely positioned to make a difference in the lives of Brant citizens. Our purpose is to collect, preserve and share the history and heritage of Brantford/Brant County and Six Nations/New Credit.
Museum of Temporary Art 158 Sterling Rd, Toronto, ON M6R 2B2 Telephone: +1 416-395-0067
The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada (MOCA) is in a defining phase of its evolution, as it moves into a landmark heritage building and further advances 20 years of exhibiting, collecting and nurturing innovative contemporary art and cultural practices.
National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Dr, Ottawa, ON K1N 9N4 Telephone: +1 613-990-1985
The Gallery has a large and varied collection of paintings, drawings, sculpture and photographs. Although its focus is on Canadian art, it holds works by many noted American and European artists. It has a strong contemporary art collection with some of Andy Warhol's most famous works. In 1990 the Gallery bought Barnett Newman's Voice of Fire for $1.8 million, igniting a storm of controversy. Since that time its value has appreciated sharply. In 2005, the Gallery acquired a painting by Italian Renaissance painter Francesco Salviati for $4.5 million. Its most famous painting is likely The Death of General Wolfe by Anglo-American artist Benjamin West.
Nepean Fine Arts League Gallery 1861 Robertson Rd, Suite 267 Ottawa ON K2H 1B9 Telephone: +1 613-226-5853
The Nepean Fine Arts League (NFAL) is a dynamic artist run association serving artists in the greater Ottawa-Gatineau region. Founded in 1964, as the Bells Corners Art League, NFAL is one of Ottawa’s oldest ongoing arts associations. NFAL encourages and recognizes excellence in the arts across its broadening community.
Niagara Artists Centre 354 St Paul St, St. Catharines, ON L2R 3N2 Telephone: +1 905-641-0331
Niagara Artists Centre is a not-for-profit, charitably registered, member-driven collective formed by and dedicated to serving the working artists and community of Niagara. Founded in 1969 as a collective of working artists, NAC is one of the oldest artist-run organizations in Canada. Bringing contemporary art to the community since 1969
Niagara Falls Art Gallery 8058 Oakwood Dr, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 6S5 Telephone: +1 905-356-1514
Founded in 1979, the Niagara Falls Art Gallery is an arts education facility & gallery which houses several major art collections including the William Kurelek Collection.
Niagara Pumphouse Visual Arts Centre 247 Ricardo Street, P.O. Box 676, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0 Telephone: +1 905 468 5455
The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is an art gallery and studio located in a heritage building circa 1891 on the banks of the Niagara River. The pumping station supplied water to the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake until 1983. The Pumphouse Art Centre Association was formed in 1990 and through community effort, the building was restored was converted to a visual arts centre in 1994. The Niagara Pumphouse offers year-round educational programs, exhibitions and events promoting interests in the visual arts.
Norfolk Arts Centre 21 Lynnwood Ave, Simcoe, ON N3Y 2V7 Telephone: +1 519-428-0540
The Norfolk Arts Centre (NAC) is responsible for the acquisition, preservation and exhibition of works of art. Our exhibitions change bimonthly and feature historical and contemporary local, regional and national artists. We also periodically display works from our permanent collection of over 1,000 pieces.
Oakville Galleries 1306 Lakeshore Rd E, Oakville, ON L6J 1L6 Telephone: +1 905-844-4402
Oakville Galleries is a not-for-profit contemporary art museum engaging communities throughout Oakville, and wider audiences regionally, nationally and internationally.
Ottawa Art Gallery 50 Mackenzie King Bridge, Ottawa, ON, K1N 0C5 Telephone: +1 613-233-8699
As the point where three rivers meet, the Ottawa-Gatineau region has long been a site of exchange and interconnection. This historical role has influenced the design of the OAG expansion and the gallery’s programmatic and operational philosophy. Growing five times its previous size, the OAG represents a coming of age for Ottawa and its arts scene.
Ottawa School of Art Galleries 35 George St, Ottawa, ON K1N 1K2 Telephone: +1 613-241-7471
The National Gallery of Canada strives to provide Canadians with a sense of identity and pride in Canada's rich visual arts heritage and to make art accessible, meaningful and vital to diverse audiences of all ages.
Peterborough Museum & Archives 300 Hunter St E, Peterborough, ON K9H Telephone: +1 705-743-5180
The Archives holds more than 2000 different fonds or collections. We actively collect a variety of original documentary materials containing information of permanent historical value. Many have finding aids to help researchers gain access to the valuable information they contain.
Rails End Gallery & Arts Centre 23 York St, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0 Telephone: +1 705-457-2330
We are a public art gallery located in Haliburton’s historic railway station. A registered Canadian charity, Rails End was established in 1980 and is dedicated to providing opportunities for the exploration, appreciation, expression and exchange of the contemporary creative arts.
Reuben R. Sallows Gallery 52A Montreal Street, Goderich, ON N7A 2G4 Telephone: +1 519-525-5559
The mandate of The Gallery is to preserve, protect and conserve the artistic heritage within its collection. It celebrates the rich artistic legacy of Reuben R. Sallows and promotes the Canadian visual art that embodies his innovative talent and spirit.
RiverBrink Art Museum 116 Queenston St, Queenston, ON L0S 1L0 Telephone: +1 905-262-4510
RiverBrink Art Museum holds approximately 1,400 works in the permanent collection, including paintings, works on paper, sculpture, and decorative arts. The museum also has an art reference library with unique resources, a collection of rare books, maps and historical documents.
Robert Langen Art Gallery 75 University Ave W, Waterloo, ON N2L 3C5 Telephone:
The gallery of the 21st century is no longer a mere repository of work, however, but rather an active site of engagement, inspiration, co-creation and community. The Robert Langen Art Gallery (RLAG) is the university’s visual arts centre. RLAG oversees art collections and policies across Laurier’s multicampus milieu and organizes visual arts programming that inspires, challenges and expands learning beyond the classroom.
Robert McLaughlin Gallery 72 Queen St, Oshawa, ON L1H 3Z3 Telephone: +1 905-576-3000
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery (formerly the Art Gallery of Oshawa) was established by a group of artists and citizens of Oshawa, Ont, in February 1967.
Rodman Hall Art Centre Brock University, 109 St Paul Crescent, St. Catharines, ON L2S 1M3 Telephone: +1 905-684-2925
Rodman Hall is home to a permanent collection of over 1,000 objects including paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures by Canadian, American, and European artists from the past three centuries, and a growing focus on contemporary Canadian art. In 2012, Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky donated 40 of his photographs, documenting his internationally celebrated career, to the collection of his hometown gallery. Selected works may be on view throughout the year.
Rotunda Gallery City of Kitchener, 200 King Street West, Kitchener, ON N2G 4G7 Telephone: +1 519-741-2200
The Rotunda Gallery is an open-concept space located on the ground floor at Kitchener city hall. It is open 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday to Friday and 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. weekends and holidays. The gallery's hanging wall has a 48' picture rail and 48" of vertical hanging space and features monthly exhibits of the work of regional artists.
Shenkman Arts Centre 245 Centrum Blvd, Orléans, ON K1E 0A1 Telephone: +1 613-580-2787
The new Shenkman Centre provided a much-needed cultural event venue in the rapidly growing eastern sector of Ottawa. The main theatre seats roughly 1,000 and has all of the technical facilities to handle anything from a magic show to an orchestral or vocal performance.
South of 60 Arts' Centre 19503 Opeongo Line, Barry's Bay, ON K0J 1B0 Telephone: +1 613-756-5885
South of 60 Arts Centre is dedicated to providing a variety of art experiences, for the residents of and visitors to the Madawaska Valley. It stages exhibits, concerts, workshops and children's programs through the spring, summer and autumn, providing an opportunity for residents and visitors alike to experience visual arts
St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre 301 Talbot St, St. Thomas, ON N5P 1B5 Telephone: +1 519-631-4040
The St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre’s Permanent Collection is one of the largest and most significant in the St. Thomas and Elgin County region, made up of approximately 1700 artworks of local, regional, national and international origin in a variety of media, with special emphasis on contemporary and historical Canadian art, - in particular Canadian - and on the artists associated with St. Thomas and Elgin County.
Thames Art Gallery 75 William St N, Chatham, ON N7M 4L4 Telephone: +1 519-360-1998
The Thames Art Gallery is dedicated to promoting the understanding, appreciation, conservation, and enjoyment of the visual arts in the community of Chatham-Kent for present and future generations. The Gallery places emphasis on public arts education programming and multidisciplinary exhibitions programming.
Thunder Bay Art Gallery 1080 Keewatin St, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6T7 Telephone: +1 807-577-6427
Ontario artist John Hartman gifted a series of drawings and prints depicting life in Collins, Ontario created during his time in that community. Other regional artists represented in the collection include John Books, Ruth Tye McKenzie, Christian Chapman, Catherine Kozyra, Chris Stones, and Sarah Link among others.
Tom Thomson Art Gallery 841 1st Ave W, Owen Sound, ON N4K 4K4 Telephone: +1 519-376-1932
The Tom Thomson Art Gallery is a regional public gallery and national cultural attraction with a top-notch and revolving program of contemporary and historical exhibitions, lectures, forums, films, concerts and workshops.
Tree Museum 1652 Doe Lake Rd, Gravenhurst, ON P1P 1R3 Telephone: -
The Tree Museum is open from May 1st to October 31st. The site is not wheelchair accessible. To see most of the art, you have to climb up rocks. There is no traditional Museum Building. The sculptures are in the woods and on the rocks. This is a hike in the woods. The path is uneven. Bring water. There is no washroom; there is an outhouse.
True North Gallery 23 Griffin St, Waterdown, ON L0R 2H0 Telephone: +1 905-690-9397
True North Gallery, also known as The Music Gallery of Fine Art, is located within and operated by the owners of the acclaimed independent Canadian record label, True North Records, founded in 1969, and still active as the label home to Bruce Cockburn, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Murray McLauchlan, and many other popular musicians.
Union Gallery Stauffer Library, Kingston, ON K7L 2N9 Telephone: +1 613-533-3171
It is a non-profit, professionally staffed, student-driven university organization committed to increasing awareness and appreciation of contemporary art, to supporting excellence in the arts, and to creating a place where students and emerging artists can work with professionals to obtain skills training and career development in the visual arts.
University of Waterloo Art Galleries 263 Phillip St, Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1 Telephone: +1 519-888-4567
The University of Waterloo Art Gallery (UWAG) has a 40 year history of presenting exhibitions featuring a diverse mix of emerging and mid-career Canadian and international contemporary artists. Located in East Campus Hall adjacent to Fine Arts, UWAG programs curates exhibitions in two dynamic gallery spaces
Visual Arts Centre of Clarington 143 Simpson Ave, Bowmanville, ON L1C 3K8 Telephone: +1 905-623-5831
The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington is a non-collecting public gallery dedicated to arts education and the exhibition of contemporary art.​
White Water Gallery 122 Main St E, North Bay, ON P1B 8K6 Telephone: +1 705-476-2444
White Water Gallery is a not-for-profit Artist-Run Centre committed to supporting artistic practices that are innovative and relevant. Understanding the need to advance the public's threshold for viewing contemporary art the gallery encourages outreach programming that promotes accessibility and shared knowledge.
Windsor Wood Carving Museum 6155 County Rd 23, Kingsville, ON N9Y 2E5 Telephone: +1 519-776-7056
As the only Wood Carving Museum in Ontario, and only one of two in the country, we take pride in offering to our visitors an amazing collection of carvings from around the world.