March 31, 2018 until May 20, 2018
Tiffany Howe Sophie Creelman Noelia Marziali What does it take to "make it" as an Artist these days? This exhibition takes a look at the work and artistic careers of three young female Artists living in the Haliburton Highlands. What are their ambitions and goals as "creatives", art-trepreneurs and pathfinders?
|DysART 150 Trail
August 5, 2017 until October 10, 2017
About DysART 150 Trail The DysART Trail 150 celebrates the history, culture and landscape of the Haliburton Highlands. As Canada, Ontario and Dysart et al all celebrate 150 years the Arts Council ~ Haliburton Highlands created this project to put art in public places. Please take this journey and explore our roots. Take a photo of you at the locations and post it to facebook....
|Little Boshkung (Lake of many echoes): Andrew Lennox
June 24, 2017 until August 13, 2017
“Little Boshkung (‘lake of many echoes’) Video and Installation by Andrew Lennox After losing his brother and mother, a boy reconstructs their home movies into a mapped landscape of their homeland, as a means of recreating the path of their fateful voyage. "Little Boshkung" is an experiment with the "emulsion lift" technique. Regular 8mm home movies from the 1950’s were enlarged onto 35mm and...
|Peace of Mine
May 27, 2017 until June 11, 2017
Haliburton Visual Arts Students' Exhibition Opening Reception Saturday May 27 from 2:30 until 4 pm "Peace of Mine" is the title of an exhibition of new work by Haliburton Highlands Secondary School Visual Arts Students at Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre from May 27 until June 11. This year the public art gallery, located in Haliburton's landmark rail station, welcomes artists from the grade...