2019 Exhibition Lineup

Upcoming Exhibits

Exact dates to be determined.

January 03 to January 29, 2019

NOAA 62nd Annual Juried Exhibition

The Northern Ontario Art Association’s juried exhibition features the best new works by artists from fifteen art clubs across Northern Ontario.

February 06 to April 23, 2019 

My Story, My Tattoo

Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories about our residents, our community and the tattoo phenomenon. “My Story, My Tattoo” features 32 thought-provoking images and stories about their amazing tattoos.

A travelling exhibition developed by the Wellington County Museum and Archives

May 02 to May 26, 2019

Timmins Quilters Guild

The Timmins Quilters Guild will be presenting a stunning collection of locally made quilts, both hand-stitched and machine-made.

June 01 to July 04, 2019

Portraits North of 17 – by Dermot Wilson & Bruce Cull

The beautiful lands to the north of Highway 17 are populated by some very fascinating characters. In an exhibition co-curated by Bruce Cull and Dermot Wilson, paintings, prints, and photographs by eight artists from Northern Ontario display some of the many different folks in our communities and express what it is to be a Northerner.

July and August 

Fibre Content

The Fourth Biennial Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Fibre Art, organized by Fibration, showcases 40 works by artists from across Ontario in fabric, paper, yarn, thread and mixed media materials.

July-September (Outdoor Exhibition) 

Climate Change is Here

View climate change issues from a global perspective with Climate Change is Here, an outdoor visual display based on the striking imagery of the award-winning National Geographic Magazine. This photographic display also takes a special look at Canadian technologies developed to help fight climate change.

A travelling exhibition developed by the Canada Science and Technology Museum


Northern Wall by Gunhild Hotte

Originally from Germany, Gunhild Hotte emigrated to Canada in 1957 and settled in Northern Ontario, near Cochrane. Her award-winning acrylic and oil works are inspired by nature and the uniqueness of the Northern Canadian landscape.


Benjamin Chee Chee, Life and Legacy

Benjamin Chee Chee (March 26, 1944 – March 14, 1977), originally from Temagami First Nation, lived a rich and full, but tragically short, life. During his four years as a full time professional visual artist in Montreal and Ottawa his work was prolific and disparate, ranging from his iconic ‘Friends’ and ‘Benji birds’ to his less generally familiar abstracts. Benjamin Chee Chee: Life and Legacy comprises a comprehensive selection of Chee Chee’s works gathered from galleries and individuals across the province. The exhibition presents a personal perspective, achieved through multifarious collaborations, including those with close friends of Chee Chee’s.


Rock Faces by Marc Brisson

Rock seems to have universal appeal. It is elemental, unforgiving, constant and beautiful. Marc Brisson was inspired by the Huronian geological formations along Highway 11. He photographed the rockfaces and added artistic details digitally in order to create a series of rock “faces”.


Porcupine Art Club

Featuring recent works by local artists who are members of the Porcupine Art Club.