The OMAH collection is a treasure trove of artifacts, oftengenerously donated by those who recognize their importance to local history. These gems teach us about our past and individuals who played a part in it.
Each year Orillians honour our fallen soldiers on Remembrance Day. This year, this day of observance was like no other in recent history, as we were not able to gather at the Cenotaph or gather in groups to participate in Remembrance Day ceremonies.
REGIONAL AWARDS NIGHT TO HONOUR EXCELLENCE IN ARTS, CULTURE AND HERITAGE WITHIN THE REGION
The Orillia & District Arts Council (ODAC) and Orillia Museum of Art & History (OMAH) are pleased to announce the nominees for the 2020 Orillia Regional Arts & Heritage Awards. The awards were established to recognize the valuable contribution that educators,
Since 1977, Jim and Sue Waddington have been on a quest to discover places that inspired the Group of Seven and Tom Thomson. The artists did not keep detailed records of where they worked, so each painting represents a puzzle to be solved.
The Waddingtons appearance as guest speakers at the annual Carmichael Art History Lecture, sponsored by the OMAH History Committee, originally planned for May, has been rescheduled. The Waddingtons have generously agreed to tell us their story virtually via Zoom on October 21st at 7 p.m.
D. Ahsén:nase originally wrote the following text in January of 2020. This was before we were all made painfully aware of Covid-19 and the impact it would have on our lives. Four months of self-isolation, the empty streets and deaths have changed the way a lot of us currently view the world and our place in it.
For me as a Native person, it enforces in my mind what I have been taught. We as humans are part of a web, a web that touches everything animate and inanimate. As we transverse this web the vibrations we make will come back to us amplified whether we believe this or not.