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Exhibitions in the Gallery

Minarovich Gallery

The Minarovich Gallery is our main gallery space at the Elora Centre for the Arts.  Located in the original stone schoolhouse, this gallery was once part of the former principal’s office and school reception area.  The gallery offers exhibitions throughout the year, featuring talented contemporary regional artists.  It is also available for private function rentals for those looking for a unique and intimate location for live music, weddings and special events in the heart of downtown Elora, Ontario.

To take a look at some of our past exhibitions, please visit our gallery archives.

‘Beyond Words’ a student artist showcase

February 3 – March 6, 2022

The Elora Centre for the Arts presents 'Beyond Words' in partnership with the University of Guelph’s School of Fine Arts & Music (SOFAM) department to present a student exhibition that is sure to leave a lasting impression.  'Beyond Words' is a curated, by invitation show that taps into the wisdom and the power of artistic expression, and the importance of developing creative ways to help us understand the world we live in.  Art students at SOFAM were challenged to submit pieces for this show that gave voice to something important to them, allowing them to use their art form to...

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‘Everything in its right place”: an exhibition by Callie Gray

October 7, 2021 - January 23, 2022

POSITIVITY, ACCEPTANCE AND THE JOURNEY TO WELL BEING A solo exhibition by Callie Gray Artist Statement  ‘Everything it its Right Place' is an exhibition about things falling together in ways you may not anticipate, but turn out better than expected. It's about positivity, acceptance and walking toward well-being. I hope this show lifts your heart. Have you ever had a moment where everything in your life seems to be in its right place!? Like a painting where every element belongs; nothing to be removed, nothing to be added, it has arrived at that place where everything is right. But it’s not...

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