Joon Hee Kim
Mary Louise White
Best in Show: Debra Sloan
PSH Award: Gordon Boyd
Tucker's Award: Queenie Xu
Gardiner Museum Award: Talia Silva
Craft Ontario Award: Peidi Wang
FUSION Award: Kim Ross
The tradition of the FIREWORKS exhibitions started 40 years ago. Held every two years, FIREWORKS has come to symbolize the best in contemporary clay and glass by FUSION members and is displayed in galleries throughout Ontario.
2023 Galleries: Neilson Park Creative Centre, The Gardiner Museum, The Art
Gallery of Burlington and Rails End Gallery, Haliburton.
Ceramicist Marc Egan
Glass Artist Owen Johnson
Fireworks 2023 showcases current work being made in glass and ceramics from across Ontario. We would like to congratulate the artists who will be represented inthis year’s exhibition! It was exciting to see the huge number of entries and thediversity of approaches to working with clay and glass. Out of a total of 147 objects for consideration from 70 individual applicants, we chose 36 works.
Haliburton County residents between the ages of 12 and 24 are asked to share their thoughts and concerns on one or all of the four identified priority areas of Haliburton County’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan through artwork, photography, a digital piece, audio, music or a piece of writing (including poetry):
CSWB Youth Engagement Survey, visit the County of Haliburton's Wade In page.
Haliburton County’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan visit the landing page for CSWB plan.