Allan Roy Dafoe, who delivered and cared for the Dionne quintuplets; includes period doctor's office and dispensary displays, the Dionne quintuplets, a barber shop, period rooms, area logging and maritime history, and the Alex Dufresne Gallery of artinformation, information, operated by the Central Manitoulin Historical Society, includes a log home, blacksmith shop, barn and equipment, milk processing and butter making equipment, ice harvesting toolswebsite, includes 1830s log cabin homestead with historic furnishings and household items, replica general store and post office, display barn, blacksmith shop, print shop, carriage house, slaughter housewebsite, previously known as Hastings County Museum of Agricultural Heritage, includes cheese factory, barn display, farm machinery, steam engines and tractors, and an indoor 1930s-1940s heritage village display with period stores Twelve 19th-century wooden buildings (including the oldest still-functioning bar in Ontario) in a rural setting, with historic tools and artifacts, farm equipment and machinery, furniture, household items, clothing and fabrics19th-century house used as an office by three generations of doctors, features medical instruments, books, papers, household furnishings, and equipment dating from the early 19th to the late 20th century; operated by the Aurora Historical Societywebsite, includes the Agnes Jamieson Gallery with a collection of works by André Lapine; the Minden Hills Museum with historic buildings including a schoolhouse, church, pioneer log home, blacksmith shop, logging camp, agriculture and local history exhibits; and R.
1896 This beautifully restored Michigan Central RR Station presents works by local artists, photographers, accomplished stitchers and travelling exhibits.
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200 / Fax (519) 621-2080 Queen's Square Gallery and Administrative Office 1 North Square Cambridge, Ontario N1S 2K6 / Fax (519) 621-2080 Aidan Ware, Gallery Director Iga Janik, Curator, Contemporary Art Esther E. Updated 28-Nov-16 Chatham-Kent Exhibitions featuring regional and national contemporary artists; workshops, demonstrations, lectures and tours by invited artists, curators and art historians.
The gallery is home to a significant collection of works by 19th-century artist Robert Reginald Whale and his descendants, contemporary works of art on paper by national and international artists, and an expanding collection of outdoor art in the gardens.
Throughout the year the Gallery offers a schedule of exhibitions of contemporary fine art featuring works by local, regional, and national artists.
The role of the AGB quickly expanded to include that of a public art gallery with exhibitions, publications, a unique collection of contemporary Canadian ceramics, and educational programs.
The AGB champions the role and value of art in life.
The Mac Laren is housed in a 24,000 square-foot award-winning building.
Complemented by lectures, tours, and special events.
The Woodland Cultural Centre is a First Nations educational and Cultural Centre.
Art and craft lessons, our unique Artisan Shoppe and three needle art guilds make our designated historic building a vital centre for the visual arts.
Our Caboose museum highlights local railroad history.