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A COLLECTION INSPIRED EXHIBITION: A CLOSE UP ON CARMICHAEL
A COLLECTION INSPIRED EXHIBITION: A CLOSE UP ON CARMICHAEL
50 YEARS OF MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE
50 YEARS OF MARIPOSA ARTS THEATRE
STEEPED IN HISTORY
STEEPED IN HISTORY
JENNIFER ZARDO: HOME SWEET HOME
JENNIFER ZARDO: HOME SWEET HOME
TED FULLERTON: THE SERPENT’S EGG
TED FULLERTON: THE SERPENT’S EGG
TRADITION TRANSFORMED
TRADITION TRANSFORMED
HOMAGE by Donald Stuart
HOMAGE by Donald Stuart
ELIZABETH WYN WOOD
ELIZABETH WYN WOOD
26TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY ART SHOW
26TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY ART SHOW
RENEWAL: At the Stack Gallery
RENEWAL: At the Stack Gallery
BEYOND THE FENCE: Christine Mack and David Hill
BEYOND THE FENCE: Christine Mack and David Hill
GREAT TAIT: The True Story of Orillia’s First Millionaire
GREAT TAIT: The True Story of Orillia’s First Millionaire
THE MACKINAW JACKET: A Canadian Folk Costume
THE MACKINAW JACKET: A Canadian Folk Costume
VIEWS OF ORILLIA
VIEWS OF ORILLIA
THE MAN WHO COULD FLY; THE GIRL WHO FLIES IN HER DREAMS BY SYLVIA TESORI
THE MAN WHO COULD FLY; THE GIRL WHO FLIES IN HER DREAMS BY SYLVIA TESORI
CARMICHAEL CANADIAN LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION: TRADITION TRANSFORMED
CARMICHAEL CANADIAN LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION: TRADITION TRANSFORMED
EYEING MEDUSA: Amanta Scott
EYEING MEDUSA: Amanta Scott
EYEING OMAH’S COLLECTION
EYEING OMAH’S COLLECTION
BURNER HERZOG: Gary Blundell and Victoria Ward
BURNER HERZOG: Gary Blundell and Victoria Ward
CONVERSATIONS: 150th Anniversary of the Ontario Society of Artists
CONVERSATIONS: 150th Anniversary of the Ontario Society of Artists
ORILLIA SOLDIERS’ MEMORIAL HOSPITAL POP-UP EXHIBIT
ORILLIA SOLDIERS’ MEMORIAL HOSPITAL POP-UP EXHIBIT
RETURN TO SENDER
RETURN TO SENDER
25th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY ART SHOW
25th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY ART SHOW
REFLECTIONS OF OURSELVES
REFLECTIONS OF OURSELVES
AMY BAGSHAW: ART INTERRUPTIONS
AMY BAGSHAW: ART INTERRUPTIONS
FROM MARBLES TO MINECRAFT: A CENTURY OF CHILDHOOD
FROM MARBLES TO MINECRAFT: A CENTURY OF CHILDHOOD
COLOUR WITH A U
COLOUR WITH A U
GOT THE TIME?
GOT THE TIME?
JILL PRICE: UNFURLED
JILL PRICE: UNFURLED
WILL MCGARVEY: STICKS AND STONES
WILL MCGARVEY: STICKS AND STONES
CARMICHAEL CANADIAN LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION: TRADITION TRANSFORMED
CARMICHAEL CANADIAN LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION: TRADITION TRANSFORMED
AT RISK: TRACEY LAWKO
AT RISK: TRACEY LAWKO
SHE SHOOTS, SHE SCORES
SHE SHOOTS, SHE SCORES
VIEWS FROM A CANOE
VIEWS FROM A CANOE
THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE IN ORILLIA
THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE IN ORILLIA
WELCOME HOME TO ORILLIA
WELCOME HOME TO ORILLIA
D. AHSÉN:NASE DOUGLAS: WE ARE STILL HERE!
D. AHSÉN:NASE DOUGLAS: WE ARE STILL HERE!
CARMICHAEL CANADIAN LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION: TRADITION TRANSFORMED
CARMICHAEL CANADIAN LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION: TRADITION TRANSFORMED
DYING MATTERS:REFLECTIONS OF GROWTH THROUGH GRIEF
DYING MATTERS:REFLECTIONS OF GROWTH THROUGH GRIEF
SUMMER ON THE LAKE
SUMMER ON THE LAKE
THE HISTORY OF ORILLIA IN 50 ARTEFACTS
THE HISTORY OF ORILLIA IN 50 ARTEFACTS

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Land Acknowledgement

The Orillia Museum of Art & History is located on the traditional territory of the Anishnaabeg. The Anishinaabeg include the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Pottawatomi nations, collectively known as the Three Fires Confederacy. We respect and observe the long and enduring presence of Indigenous Peoples – First Nations, Metis and Inuit – on this land. Their teachings and stewardship, culture and way of life have shaped our City’s unique identity.

In acknowledging that we occupy colonized Indigenous territories, and out of respect for the rights of Indigenous people, we accept our collective responsibility to recognize our colonial histories as well as their present-day manifestations in order to honour, protect, and sustain this land.