Blyth Festival Art Gallery: Descendants an art exhibition by Tony Miller

Blyth Memorial Community Hall 431 Queen Street, Blyth, Ontario

Descendants by Tony Miller opens at the Blyth Festival Art Gallery July 13th at 6 pm and runs through August 10th. My struggles with racism and poverty have led me to a fascination with my African roots. My ancestors on both side of my family’s were escaped slaves that settled in Owen Sound, the last […]

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Blyth Festival Art Gallery: Poetry In The Gallery-Jillian Morris

Blyth Memorial Community Hall 431 Queen St, Blyth

Join us for evening of poetry in the gallery starting at 7pm featuring the work of Jillian Morris. Jillian Morris is a writer, poet, and columnist, whose work is regularly featured in local and regional publications. She is Collingwood’s current Poet Laureate. Her writings are heavily influenced by her Haudenosaunee roots, her cultural teachings, and […]

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Blyth Festival Art Gallery: Anything But Hysterical – a group art exhibition

Blyth Memorial Community Hall 431 Queen St, Blyth

Join us for the opening of Anything But Hysterical on August 17th at 6 pm. The show runs through September 7th. “A woman can say more in a sigh than a man can say in a sermon” Arnold Haultain         “Anything But Hysterical” features work from female identifying artists which challenges the […]

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Blyth Festival Art Gallery: Poetry In The Gallery- Chelsea Gamble

Blyth Memorial Community Hall 431 Queen Street, Blyth, Ontario

Join us for an evening of poetry in the gallery starting at 7 pm featuring the work of Chelsea Gamble. Chelsea Gamble is a poet from Fenwick, Ontario that relocated to Lucknow in 2017. A proud Brock alumni (go Badgers!), Chelsea has a degree in English Literature, with an imaginary minor in Pataphysical Poetry. Her […]

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