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Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada
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Exhibitions

The Norfolk Arts Centre (NAC) is responsible for the acquisition, preservation and exhibition of works of art. Our exhibitions change bimonthly and feature historical and contemporary local, regional and national artists. We also periodically display works from our permanent collection of over 1,000 pieces.

Material. Form. Subject


February 16 – April 14, 2018


Join us at the opening reception on Friday, March 2 at 7:00 pm. Admission is free and all are welcome.

Emerging artists help shape the dynamic and constantly changing landscape of contemporary art. "Material. Form. Subject: Emerging Artists - Sierra Barber, Gabe Baribeau, Michelle Bergen, Stephanie Ionita, Alexandra Malakhova" brings together the work of five Hamilton and Norfolk County-based emerging artists to consider the enduring relevance of painting as a contemporary art form. Amidst constant proclamations of its death, perhaps no other medium has been as challenged by the shifting definitions of art as painting. Through their practices, artists Sierra Barber, Gabe Baribeau, Michelle Bergen, Stephanie Ionita, and Alexandra Malakhova confront the history of painting. Questioning assumptions about paint as a material, its form and subject, their works reveal the sometimes contradictory ways we experience painting in the 21st century.


Off Course

March 2 - April 14, 2018

Join us at the opening reception on Friday, March 2 at 7:00 pm. Admission is free and all are welcome.

"Off Course: Norfolk High School Senior Visual Art Exhibition" recognizes the exceptional talents of high school art students from the senior high school art programs in Norfolk County. Art teachers from the participating high schools select artwork in various media from the senior art classes to be included in this group exhibition. The result is a fresh exhibition that highlights the talents of Norfolk County’s aspiring young artists.

Upcoming Exhibitions