The Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed was created in recognition of Group of Seven member, Franklin Carmichael, who was born in Orillia. Now in its 21st year, this juried exhibition calls on artists from across the country to submit work that reimagines the Canadian landscape through the artist’s chosen medium. While Carmichael believed in traditionalism and classical modes of artistic expression, he was very much invested in contemporary artistic styles having been inspired by his native Canadian surroundings. The…Find out more »
About the artist: The Man Who Could Fly; The Girl Who Flies in Her Dreams Sometimes I move with wings through the air. Fascination with flight does not begin with me. My father, Robert Tesori was a pilot, an engineer, and a man of imagination. The love my father had for “metal birds” is replicated in my love for feathered ones. The series of paintings in this exhibition explores an inherited lineage from my father to me – from his…Find out more »
Join us for an evening of Holiday cheer! On Thursday December 8 from 5-7p.m., OMAH is open late to celebrate the festive season with you. Drop by with your family, friends or loved ones for take home Holiday-themed crafts, hot drinks, a chance to see our gorgeous exhibitions up close, and more. Register now.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 »
The second production in the Orillia Opera House's Summer Theatre lineup. Bed and Breakfast, a play by Mark Crawford. Brett and Drew want to move out of their tiny downtown condo and into a house, but they just lost their seventh bidding war in Toronto. When Brett’s beloved Aunt Maggie dies, he unexpectedly inherits the historic family home in a quiet little tourist town. Unhappy with their careers and frustrated by life in the fast-paced city, the couple decides to…Find out more »
The third and final production in the Orillia Opera House's professional Summer Theatre lineup. There’s no such thing as a secret in Stewiacke, Nova Scotia. Not when the gossips meet for coffee every day at the local diner. Vi, Rita, Mary Ellen, and Janine are all as close as can be — and they know everybody’s business. But when Sean, a heartbroken doctor, moves in to take a temporary job at the clinic, he tips the Maritime town (that’s famous…Find out more »
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