Art Classes brochure 2017 is now available. Click here to download it!


Can a building make us happy? Do buildings shape us or we shape our buildings? Every building speaks a silent language. In this course you will learn how to understand it.

A series of 4 classes on architecture: Mondays , noon –  2 pm, March 6,  13, 20, 27. $60  or  $15 per class


Blue Jays vs. Baltimore Orioles, Sunday April 16, 2017! Starts at 1pm. $55 (must have membership). NOTE: There are only 50 tickets, and so you must call the Georgina Arts Centre as soon as possible to reserve a place!


Nik Stroganov, our young Gallery volunteer (grade 9 student), has created some wonderful video clips for us. He has his own YouTube channel! Take a look – click on the image to go there.


The art and animation of Lake Ouentironk by David Donar. The exhibition is a collection of water colour paintings created in various locations around Lake Simcoe throughout the year. The work was captured in a kayak on the lake and by foot on ice. This body of work created the foundation for the animated film, which combines water colour with digital techniques.

In the Main Gallery, February 19 – March 26. There will be a closing reception on Sunday March 26 @ 1pm.


Mystery by Design  Kel Snake is a First Nations woodworking artist from Georgina Island. His passion for the unique is vividly seen in his creations. Over the years He has amassed hundreds of vintage boxes, waiting to be retrofit with a new found purpose, to live again in the hearts and minds of those with an inquisitive fascination in all things mysterious, …by design of course.

In the Alcove Gallery, February 19 – March 26.  Meet the artist! Opening reception, Sunday February 19 @ 1pm.


Lion is at the Gem! This film was premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in September 2016. It has won 14 awards, and been npmiated for 34 more!! It is the next in the series Reel Gems at the Gem Theatre on Thursday February 23 @ 7pm.

For details, click the image.


Performance! brings you two of the most renowned musicians in Canada: baritone Brett Polegato and pianist Robert Kortgaard, in a show featuring some of the best-loved songs from the shows. Sunday March 12 @2pm. Tickets $25.


OJIBWE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE with Kelsey Trivett

Kelsey has postponed this class to early spring 2017. Sorry! I’m sure you will agree that it was really fascinating. Kelsey has a great nagajiiwin for this. What better way to start the growing season than by learning one of the languages that is spoken all around us! See you there.

It will be advertised here as soon as a new start date is fixed.


Tuesday LuncheonTuesday Luncheons!! Courtesy of Black River Coffee, the next luncheon is on Tuesday February 21, at noon.  The menus for all the luncheons through June are now available! Click on the image for details.


IMG_4179SMALLChiarandini custom made prints for sale! Click the image for details and to order.


The WALL – Permanent Exhibition

the-wall-2016-decTHE WALL features four works from our Permanent Collection, all-year-round. There is written information to help you understand the works you are looking at. Click the image to find out more!

• All year, whenever the Gallery is open


palettecover_winter2016-7The winter 2016-7 edition of The Palette is available at the Gallery (you can pick it up at the front desk), and it is also online. Look for The Palette in the menus at the top of the page, or click the image!


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