Thunder Bay Art Gallery

Description

Open all year, this Gallery is the only public Gallery between Sault St Marie and Winnipeg, with a focus on the contemporary art of Indigenous and Northwestern Ontario artists including national travelling shows.

Exhibitions:

By Request: Collective Curation of the Permanent Collection
Until June 3
By Request: Collective Curation of the Permanent Collection deploys a dynamic approach to choosing artworks for exhibition. It is the first show in the Gallery’s history that features works from the permanent collection chosen by people actively engaged in the region’s arts. Individuals, groups, and clubs were invited to act as co-curators resulting in arrangements that showcase the permanent collection in exciting, distinctive, and poignant ways.
This powerful collection of art and digital stories represents the culmination of a two year creative process that brought together women, artists and police to talk, make art and tell their stories about experiencing and responding to violence in their own words.

Honouring Our Stories
Until May13
... an art and community-based project that centres the resilience, dignity and human rights of women surviving sexual violence. Our aim is to deepen understanding and engage both the public and police in a joint effort to reframe the community conversation on sexual violence in Thunder Bay. Our project is funded by the Ontario Arts Council and Ontario Women’s Directorate Creative Engagement Fund to Stop Sexual Violence and Harassment.

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  • Hours of Operation : Tuesday - Thursday noon - 8. Friday - Sunday noon - 5.
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  • Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

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