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

Featuring art from across Northern Ontario, this multi-disciplinary juried exhibition provides a glimpse of the immense creativity, diversity and innovation of established and emerging artists living in the North.

art from here



Atikokan, Fort William First Nation, Gorham, Kakabeka Falls, Kaministiqua, Kenabeek, Kenora, Marathon, Murillo, Neebing, Red Lake, Rossport, Sault Ste. Marie, Serpent River First Nation, Shuniah, Thunder Bay

see yourself here



Tim Alexander, Vivian Wood Alexander, Janice Andrews, Marzana Bates, Jean Belluz, Barbara Benwell, Shaylyn Bishop, Gayle Buzzi, Kristy Cameron, Christian Chapman, Quill Christie-Peters, Julie Cosgrove, Bruce Cull, Michel Dumont, Stephen Emms, Doug Gibbons, Tuija Hansen, Shaun Hedican, Pippi Johnson, Carol Kajorinne, Joanne Kelly, Chad Kirvan, Katie Kramer, Kristen Krieven, Fritz Lehmberg, Katie Lemieux, Alastair C. MacKay, Quentin Maki, Roland Martin, Irene McCuaig, Mark Nisenholt, Helen Pelletier, Marlene Peltoniemi, Kasia Piech, Taimi Poldmaa, Elizabeth Powlowski, Joyce Seppala, Sam Shahsahabi, Leslie Shaw, Meg Sheepway, Stephanie Siemieniuk, Crystal Sohlman, Christopher Stones, Janice Toulouse, Mavourneen Trainor, Candace Twance, Aaron Veldstra, Cheryl Wilson-Smith


Frank Shebageget

(Ojibway) is from Northwestern Ontario, and currently resides in Ottawa. As an installation artist, his work reflects his continued interest in the geography of the Canadian Shield and the aesthetic qualities of everyday materials. Through the use of repetition, he explores the tense relationships between production, consumption, and the economics of beauty, often by playing with the incongruity of mass production versus the handcrafted object.

Janet Clark

is a researcher, lecturer and visual artist. She is a former Curator at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery and faculty member in the Department of Visual Arts at Lakehead University. Currently she continues to work as an Independent Curator and also as Course Co-ordinator for Women and the Arts courses in the Women, Gender and Sexuality Department of Thorneloe University in Sudbury, ON. As a visual artist, she maintains a studio practice revisiting an earlier career investigation of collage by integrating colour, texture, and landscape elements in works on paper and canvas.