Hodgson, Mead and Ronald

Hodgson Mead Ronald

Hodgson, Mead and Ronald Selections from the permanent collection The Toronto art scene of the early 1950s was still very much dominated by the Group of Seven’s legacy.  In 1955, one frustrated young painter, Graham Coughtry, remarked he felt that “every damn tree in the country has been painted”.  A diverse group of artists that … Read more

Tobacco Kilns of Norfolk County – Larry Monczka

Tobacco Kilns of Norfolk County

TOBACCO KILNS OF NORFOLK COUNTY Explore the culture of tobacco through the lens of photographer Larry Monczka September 14 to October 26, 2019 Join us for the opening reception of Tobacco Kilns of Norfolk County and book signing.  Amber Homeniuk will be reading poems from the book. Everyone is welcome | Admission by donation Saturday, … Read more

Bird is the Word – Art Exhibit Selections from the Permanent Collection

Bird Is The Word

Bird is the Word – Selections from the Permanent Collection Norfolk County, with its varied habitats and incredible Lake Erie shoreline, is known as one of Canada’s foremost birding destinations. Visitors to Long Point, in particular, have the opportunity to observe large numbers of migrating species during the spring and fall. Over the years, more … Read more

Shoreline Norfolk – an exhibit by the Artists Workshop

ShoreLine Norfolk

A collection of new works from members of the Artist Workshop will be on display July 12 to August 31 for a show and sale at the Norfolk Arts Centre. Join us July 20th for the opening reception 1 pm to 4 pm with a performance by special guest Ian Bell. Everyone welcome. Admission by … Read more

2020 Podcast like a Pro – at the Port Dover Harbour Museum

Podcast Student 2019

NEW LOCATION – 44 Harbour Street, Port Dover at the Port Dover Harbour Museum Saturday, February 29th, 2020 – 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm at the PORT DOVER HARBOUR MUSEUM with Gregg McLachlan Podcast like a Pro is a hands-on, small-group workshop designed for beginners to help people learn a new skill that will give … Read more

School Tours

School Tours

Through school tours we inspire students to view artworks in a careful and thoughtful approach, emphasize learning through guided discussion, and encourage students to use their personal experience to interpret art. Contact the Norfolk Arts Centre to plan your school visit.

Ross Butler – Butter, Branding & Bulls

Ross Butler Exhibit

March 2nd to June 22nd, 2019 Join us March 2nd, for the opening reception at 2 pm.  Everyone welcome, light refreshments served.  Admission by donation. Branding, Butter, and Bulls, curated by Samantha Purvis-Johnston, showcases the agricultural art of farming legend, Ross Butler. Born and raised in Norwich, Ontario, Ross was a self-taught artist who made … Read more