Permanent Collection Blog

  • Posted on July 26th, 2013 under Permanent Collection Blog

    Stories from the Collection…

    As we continue with our digitization project, the history of the Gallery’s collection practices emerges and with it, a number of interesting stories about the works of art in the collection as well as the artists responsible. With such a vast and varied collection and only so much time and space, many of these stories, artists, and works of art, are unfamiliar to the public at large. The digitization of our collection will allow us to share some of this information with you. One such example involves the Gallery’s very first acquisition. Noel Ducharme’s Untitled acrylic painting on canvas was donated to the Gallery by the artist in 1981.

  • Posted on July 26th, 2013 under Permanent Collection Blog

    Role of Digitization Project Manager

    Understanding my role in this project begins with my job title – Digitization Project Manager. While digitization is our end …

  • Posted on July 26th, 2013 under Permanent Collection Blog

    Digitizing the Collection

    The Thunder Bay Art Gallery’s permanent collection houses some of Canada’s most important works of art. With +1600 works (and …

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