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Orillia Regional Arts and Heritage Awards Nominations Now Open

 

The Georgia McLellan

Visual Arts Scholarship

2020

 

Up to $1000

 

To a high school graduate entering visual arts studies at the post secondary level

 

For further details see your art teacher, or guidance department, or contact:

 

Ninette Gyorody,

Executive Director at

The Georgia McLellan

Visual Arts Scholarship

2020

 

Up to $1000

 

To a high school graduate entering visual arts studies at the post secondary level

 

For further details see your art teacher, or guidance department, or contact:

 

Ninette Gyorody,

Executive Director at

The Georgia McLellan

Visual Arts Scholarship

2020

 

Up to $1000

 

To a high school graduate entering visual arts studies at the post secondary level

 

For further details see your art teacher, or guidance department, or contact:

 

Ninette Gyorody,

Executive Director at

Raoul Wallenberg

With thanks to the efforts of OMAH's History Committee, we are pleased to share our virtual History Speakers Series.  Since you can't come to the museum right now, we're bringing the museum to you.  

The Orillia Museum of Art & History (OMAH) acts as the anchor for the significant and growing arts, local-history and cultural community in Orillia and surrounding area. The museum creates exhibits and programs that inspire the community to explore, experience and engage with art, local history and culture, as well support Orillia’s growing arts community by providing facilities for workshops, education, professional development in addition to providing grants, scholarships, bursaries and prizes to assist study and recognize merit in the arts and histo

The Orillia Museum of Art & History (OMAH) acts as the anchor for the significant and growing arts, local-history and cultural community in Orillia and surrounding area. The museum creates exhibits and programs that inspire the community to explore, experience and engage with art, local history and culture, as well support Orillia’s growing arts community by providing facilities for workshops, education, professional development in addition to providing grants, scholarships, bursaries and prizes to assist study and recognize merit in the arts and histo

The Orillia Museum of Art & History (OMAH) acts as the anchor for the significant and growing arts, local-history and cultural community in Orillia and surrounding area. The museum creates exhibits and programs that inspire the community to explore, experience and engage with art, local history and culture, as well support Orillia’s growing arts community by providing facilities for workshops, education, professional development in addition to providing grants, scholarships, bursaries and prizes to assist study and recognize merit in the arts and histo

 
Dear Members, Supporters, Parents/Caregivers, and Volunteers:
 
OMAH is planning and preparing to adjust programs and events over the next couple of weeks.  We will continue to send updates as needed on COVID-19 and its potential impact on our programs and hours of operation. 
 
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Have you heard the news? Former Leacock Museum curator Fred Addis is being held in our basement cells and he is not happy about it. At the OMAH Speakeasy, you’ll get a chance to hear bootlegging stories from Fred Addis.