The complex includes multiple galleries, an education centre, a sculpture courtyard, cafe, gift shop and framing department.
As a cornerstone of culture in this region, the Gallery is commiteed to building a vibrant, healthy and creative community.
Our Caboose museum highlights local railroad history.
Located in a beautifully landscaped sixteen-acre park on the banks of the Grand River, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant was established in 1958 to provide a programme that would stimulate an interest in and appreciation of the arts and encourage creative activities within the community.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.The Georgian College Campus Gallery's mandate is to deliver a diversity of visual arts programming.This reflects the multiplicity of contemporary art, craft and design in the immediate area. 1896 This beautifully restored Michigan Central RR Station presents works by local artists, photographers, accomplished stitchers and travelling exhibits.
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.
Throughout the year the Gallery offers a schedule of exhibitions of contemporary fine art featuring works by local, regional, and national artists.
Complemented by lectures, tours, and special events.
The Woodland Cultural Centre is a First Nations educational and Cultural Centre.
It was established in 1972 to protect, promote, interpret and present the history, language, intellect and cultural heritage of the Anishnabe and Onkwehoniwe.
This mandate is from our member nations: Wahtu Mohawks Six Nations of the Grand River and the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte.