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Although Group of Seven artist Franklin Carmichael was born and buried in Orillia, very little is known about the time he spent here.

 

 
Although Group of Seven artist Franklin Carmichael was born and buried in Orillia, very little is known about the time he spent here. That’s why OMAH is producing this three-part series of posts on his life in our city titled History Mystery: Franklin Carmichael.
 
For many years, the Orillia & District Arts Council (ODAC) and Orillia Museum of Art & History (OMAH) have recognized excellence within the cultural sector with separate awards nights for arts and heritage, respectively, but this is about to change.
 
Due to falling ice and snow, The City of Orillia has closed off our front entrance and the alleyway beside Tiffins Creative Centre. For your safety, we ask that you please use the back entrance to OMAH. The back entrance is located by the Mariposa Market parking lot on Colborne Street East.
 
AND THE NOMINEES ARE…
REGIONAL AWARDS NIGHT TO HONOUR EXCELLENCE IN ARTS, CULTURE AND HERITAGE WITHIN THE REGION
 
November 5, 2019 (Orillia and area) – The Orillia & District Arts Council (ODAC) and Orillia Museum of Art & History (OMAH) are pleased to announce the nominees for the 2019
 
Marci Csumrik has been a Sir Sam’s Society Member for the last two years and is excited to join for the third year in a row. Marci gives back to Orillia, her hometown, frequently and in so many ways.

The Orillia Museum of Art & History (OMAH) is excited to introduce our two newest additions to our team. Emily Dilecce (left), Collections Coordinator, and Samantha Bogart (right), Visitor Experiences Coordinator are excited to bring their ideas to our museum and gallery. 

 
Members of the OMAH History Committee and Sir John A. Macdonald Dinner Committees are busy planning the upcoming season filled with exciting speakers and the ever popular Sir John A.