The Simcoe Watershed Art Project is having an exciting exhibit of art
called Timeline: Changing Waters.
The Simcoe Watershed Art Project is having an exciting exhibit of art called Timeline: Changing Waters at the Assembly Hall in Toronto from September 1- September 30, 2022. This exhibition will display paintings, pottery and photography highlighting the beauty and fragility of our water in the lakes, rivers, streams and marshes.
The Simcoe Watershed Art Project, founded by Jennie Clark and a team of artists has been exhibiting art in Toronto, Unionville, Barrie, Orillia, Midland, and Aurora since 2011, and many artists from Simcoe County and beyond have had the opportunity to show the public their art.
At the Orillia Museum of Art and History the artists partnered with the biochemistry Department faculty from Lakehead University to showcase the state of the water in Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching.
The artists have also given workshops to children at the Ladies of the Lake event at the Splash Festival at Jackson’s Point in 2011 as well as print workshops for teenagers in Keswick.
Thanks to Karen Wild, member of Simcoe Watershed Art Project and the staff at the Assembly Hall for their efforts to bring this enlightening exhibit to you.
We would like to invite you to the opening celebration on September 10, from 1 – 3pm.
The Assembly Hall is a City of Toronto municipal cultural facility. It is located at 1 Colonel Samuel Smith Drive in South Etobicoke, on the
southeast corner of Kipling and Lakeshore Boulevard.
GALLERY HOURS: Monday-Friday 10 am- 5 pm
Saturday- 10 am- 1 pm
Sundays and Holidays -Closed
Cover painting: Saugeen Spirit by Peter Miehm