Amanta Scott is both a multidisciplinary artist and musician whose artistic practice encompasses interactive sculpture installation, painting, storytelling, music, performance and video. She has exhibited and performed in art galleries, museums, theatres, concert venues and festivals throughout Asia and North America including: National Gallery of Canada; Royal Ontario Museum; Singapore International Arts Festival; Edmonton Art Gallery; Art Gallery of Algoma and Art Gallery of Ontario. Her work is in collections across North America and Asia.Find out more »
Burner Herzog statement: “Near our home is an abandoned sawdust burner, the last one we have been told still standing in Ontario. This abandoned burner is a ‘vestigial’ implement that the logging industry would have used regularly to incinerate the sawdust made from processing cut trees. We’ve often worked toward illuminating the idea that industry and landscape are interlinked. These abandoned industrial structures have long been a major subject matter of our art making. We believe the natural world is…Find out more »
Orillia of the 1870s was a place of great potential: a place where a person who was willing to work hard could make a name for themselves. Andrew Tait was one person who did just that, and is likely to have been Orillia’s first millionaire as a result. In “Great Tait: The True Story of Orillia’s First Millionaire”, we examine the life of this self-made businessman and the legacy he left behind. Learn more.Find out more »
This is an exhibit about acknowledging change from one state to another, specifically in reference to our gardens. Chris revels in the colour and life found in these gardens, as they grow and change through the seasons. Her photographs allude to the garden, it’s marvels reinterpreted into magical images, themselves full of joy and movement. David has focused more on the decay that happens in every garden. His assemblages are constructed with objects left behind, each with their own attached memories. Yet…Find out more »
Round up your friends and come on in to OMAH for Music & Mocktails on the last Thursday of every month. Admission, drinks and entertainment are all free – all you have to do is show up!Find out more »
The artists of The Coldwater and Area Studio Tour invite you to join us for an exciting weekend showcasing the work of 32 talented, dynamic artists and artisans, against the backdrop of our beautiful countryside. Visit 7 stops where you can view artists at work, giving demonstrations and welcoming you into their studios to catch a glimpse of the artistic life. We are so lucky to have this vibrant cultural and creative community. The event takes place June 24 and…Find out more »
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