Exhibits and Galleries

Good Eye: Responding to the Landscape

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Sharon Barfoot has enjoyed a long and varied career in the arts that has included costume and jewelry design, teaching, graphics, curating and, most recently, painting full-time.  Sharon’s approach to the work in this exhibition is minimalist in which she applies the Buddhist concept of Miksang.  Miksang is a Tibetan word meaning ‘good eye’ where […]

Open Doorways

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The exhibition is the creation of Melissa Comyn, Mother, Registered Practical Nurse and Artist, and her husband, John Comyn, who has a passion for photography.  The art installation explores mental health through the art of storytelling and visual imagery. Throughout the exhibition, the visitor will discover various individual mental health journeys through the photography lens […]

Kids Celebrate

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Everyone loves a special occasion – be it India’s Diwali, the New Year in China, the Jewish celebration Hanukkah, Toonik Type in Iqaluit or Canada Day – what better way to appreciate the diversity of celebrations in Canada than through ‘Kids Celebrate’, a travelling exhibition developed by the Canadian Museum of History.  Explore the variety […]

Painting the Ontario Landscape

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This art exhibition features paintings by the late Jane Champagne, long-time resident of Southampton. Jane was a force of nature, Gaia personified! A fierce advocate for the soul’s expression, she found her Source in the spirit of the land, and found in the land, her spiritual home. Her voice, in the written word, and her […]

Anishnaabwe Endaat: Where we live and lived

The Anishnaabwe Gallery showcases Anishinaabe culture in a broader environmental and cultural context, specifically the impacts that changing climate and landscape have had on a range of cultural expressions, including subsistence pursuits, material culture, settlement and the evolution into today’s culture. This exhibition is proudly presented by