1080 Keewatin St,
Thunder Bay, ON, P7B 6T7

Christi Belcourt: Little Grandma

Draw date Dec. 21/22. Winner will be contacted directly.

Now is your chance to take this beautiful framed print home with you!

Purchase your ticket for a chance to win a Christi Belcourt: Little Grandma (Print, Framed), valued at $1,000.

Artist Christi Belcourt donated this beautiful print for us to raffle in support of the Thunder Bay Art Gallery. There are 1,000 tickets available and they are $5 each.

After purchasing your ticket, you will receive an email confirmation within 1-2 business days letting you know that your purchase has made it’s way into the raffle drum.

The draw will take place on Wednesday, December 21st, 2022, at noon at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, 1080 Keewatin Street, Thunder Bay, ON, P7B 6T7.

Thank you, Christi, for your continuous generosity and support!

Lottery License # RAF1271310

Tickets may not be purchased by, for, or on behalf of persons under the age of 18, only individuals residing in the province of Ontario are eligible to participate. Prizes awarded as stated.


About the Artist

Christi Belcourt is a Metis artist raised in Ontario. She is the daughter of Indigenous rights leader Tony Belcourt and Judith Pierce Martin. She is well known as a painter but has been practicing traditional arts such as Métis floral beadwork and has merged both art forms in her creations.


Why We Need Your Support

Every dollar raised through this raffle goes to supporting the day-to-day operations of the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, including Artistic Exhibition Programming and Education Programming and Supplies.


I'd Like to Support!

Congratulations to the last Belcourt Raffle Winner


We were thrilled to call Janice (ticket number 979, license #RAF1235102) to let her know she won this beautiful print on August 8th. We look forward to calling someone else on December 21st!


A special thank you to everyone who purchased tickets for this raffle and thank you to Artist, Christi Belcourt for donating this beautiful print.


As a non-profit, public art gallery, the Thunder Bay Art Gallery exhibits, collects, and interprets art with a particular focus on the contemporary artwork of Indigenous and Northwestern Ontario artists. The Gallery advances the relationship between artists, their art, and the public, nurturing a life-long appreciation of contemporary visual arts among visitors to Thunder Bay and community members of all ages. All the proceeds from this raffle up us to support our mission and programs.



To see our complete rules of play, please click here.