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Artistry & Theatre Galleries, performances, exhibits - Our Local Artists
Exhibit of Works by Local Artists
Help to create a mural for the Killaloe Reading Garden using aluminum cans and other recyclable materials.
Suitable for ages 8 and up.
To sign up email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Thomson & The Colours of Canada:
Love, gossip and murder in Algonquin Park
Ragtime musical celebrates the famous painter's life, his mysterious death and the woman who loved him
Featuring Tom Thomson Wilderness Art Festival - works by Ottawa Valley artists
Complementary dessert by Schmidt's Catering and hot beverage by Madawaska Coffee
Wed & Thur - July 20 to August 5
August 17 & 18
Sept 18, 23, and 25. Shows on Sundays start at 2 pm
Stone Fence Theatre fosters artistic, heritage and historic awareness by developing and producing theatre, music, dance, storytelling and comedy in, of, and about the Ottawa Valley.
Award-winning Madawaska Valley Studio Tour!
Visit over 25 artists and artisans at studios around the Valley.
Enjoy the arts and crafts and spectacular scenery!
Brochures & maps available at Tourist Information Centres and business locations throughout the Valley, and at participating studios.
Fri, Sat & Sun - July 15, 16 & 17 2022
Fri, Sat & Sun - Sept 30, Oct 1 & 2 2022
Start anywhere you like on the map. Watch for the Maple Leaf Signs that mark each studio.
Visit the website for participating studios and map
What are the stories told by artifacts in Valley museums
Exhibit at Fifth Chute Coffee, Eganville
Exhibit at Arnprior Public Library
21 Madawaska St Arnprior
People and Place
A map of our local waterways unlike any you’ve seen before
Exhibit at Garrison Petawawa
Dundald Hall 57 Festubert Blvd., Petawawa
Pop Up Art exhibits are best seen live, but when you can’t make it or need to see them again, these virtual galleries are the next best thing.
Wish You Were Here (postal art)
Welcome To My World
During the winter of 2021 creative thinkers gathered to dream about human patterns and their impact on our lives and the natural world.
What philosophies are we embedding into the new patterns we make?
The resulting short film is now available on YouTube - link below.
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