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Art & Exhibitions

Special Exhibitions



On Paper

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Transforming Spirit: The Cameron/Bredt Collection of Contemporary Northwest Coast Art

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A Foundation for Fifty Years: McMichael Masterworks

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For Every Season

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Colour of the River Running Through Us

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From the Collection

Legends: Norval Morrisseau and Anishinabek "Woodland School" Artists

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The Group of Seven, Tom Thomson, First Nations and Inuit Art

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Programs & Events

April 2, 2016

Gallery Talk: Sanavik’s Story with Sheila Butler

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Master Class: Contemporary Landscape Painting with John Leonard
Part of Master Classes

Requires Registration Hands-on

April 16, 2016

Master Class: Colour Exploration, Watercolour Painting with David McEown
Part of Master Classes

Requires Registration Hands-on

April 19, 2016

Painting Studio, Intermediate/Advanced Class with Lorne McDermott
Part of Studio Courses and Workshops

Requires Registration Hands-on

April 23, 2016

Gallery Talk: Stories between Two Solitudes with Chris Finn

Requires Registration

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School Programs

Gallery Shop

Shop for Group of Seven reproductions, exhibition merchandise, our award winning pop-up desk calendar, wall calendars, books and more in the Gallery Shop or eShop.

Featured Programming

April 2, 2016

Master Class: Contemporary Landscape Painting with John Leonard

Saturday, April 2 to Sunday, April 3 10 am to 4:30 pm (two classes)

Designed for advanced artists, this course will assist participants to develop a personal voice when painting landscapes through observation and analysis.
Part of Master Classes

Requires Registration Hands-on

April 23, 2016

Gallery Talk: Stories between Two Solitudes with Chris Finn

Saturday, April 23 11 am to 12 pm

Discover the interrelationship of English and French-Canadian cultural narratives illustrated by two major historical Canadian artists Clarence Gagnon and Franklin Carmichael.

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