The Centre for the Arts and Culture is closed for the moment.
We shall open again as soon as we are able!
You can visit the exhibition virtually – scroll down to find the link.
Make an offer! Starting price $150
You can download all available reports from the REPORTS page in the menu (or click here).
– GCAC Strategic Plan, 2020-2025
– The minutes of the 2020 AGM
– The Executive Director’s report for October 2020
– Several GAC reports generated during the closure
Paintings by Sherry Crawford
Kijicho-Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin First Nation
Sherry is from the Kijicho-Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin First Nation. She believes that through art we can connect all people, because seeing art and creating is a healing process. Sherry enjoys painting with acrylic on canvas, digital paintings, oil and pencil drawing. She has always enjoyed the creative process and always takes on a new challenge if it is an art form. Sherry shares an important teaching about her communities. It is done with “stones”, representing our beautiful people. It is about the effects of residential school in a very respectful and powerful way. She also shares a “talking stick” workshop, which is a wonderful tool to learn respectful communication and to be creative.
You can DOWNLOAD THE CATALOGUE here.
Of course, everything is on hold for now, but in general there are lots of classes available all year at the GAC.
You can read all about them and find the schedules by clicking the image, or you can click the menu at the top.
There are also a number of workshops that are offered from time to time. They are listed with the classes, and they will be announced here on the NEWS page.
The date for the next luncheon will be posted here as soon as it is known.
Join us for our monthly Tuesday Luncheon in the Gallery as we partake of a delectable menu every month.
3rd Tuesday of every month, at noon.
Thursday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Friday 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm