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Thunder Bay, ON, P7B 6T7

Our Garden of Art

This exhibition highlights the work from participants and the remarkable artists who facilitate the creative process for Willow Springs Creative Centre’s many art programs. To make art accessible to all, Willow Springs Creative Centre strives to seek out opportunities to bring art making to those who are often excluded, by learning how to adapt, alter […]

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Fresh Perspectives

  Celebrate the artwork of students from Thunder Bay and the region. For over 30 years, this annual exhibition has showcased youth creativity and personal expression at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery through a variety of media, materials, technologies, tools, and techniques.   Opening Reception Wednesday, May 29 from 6:30 – 7:45 pm Everyone welcome. […]

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Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School Student Exhibition

The 4th annual Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School Exhibition, students weave their voices and identities to explore art, culture, language, traditions, and perspectives using a wide variety of media and approaches. Students from 24 Northwestern Ontario communities attend Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School with many flying in from remote areas. The school supports students in […]

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Nibi iwe bimaadiziwin: Water is Life

Featuring works by Hammerskjold High School, Grade 9 and 10 students in the Indigenous Cultural Program for First Nation, Métis, and Inuit students, from across Northern Ontario, illustrating the importance and sacredness of water through art. Art is a powerful catalyst for advocacy and for building solidarity. This collaboration featuring students from communities under boil […]

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Future Dreams and Aspirations

                    To enhance the independence and quality of life of people with distinctive abilities, ceramist Kasia Piech guided 15 Community Living participants in the creation of owl piggy banks. The banks represent saving for the future and a commitment to financial freedom.

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