Exhibitions in the Gallery
The Minarovich Gallery is one of two gallery spaces 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 contemporary regional artists (or featuring talented, contemporary 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.
#therealselfieproject in support of youth mental health
May 23 - June 28, 2020
Planet Youth 2020 presents #therealselfieproject in support of youth mental health. Opening reception: Saturday May 23, 2020 from 2-4PM This is a student art outreach and gallery show in our gallery, featuring work from elementary and high school students from across our community. Student artist process to include reflection, the creative piece and artist thoughts. Students are asked to consider how they see themselves, where they can be their best selves, and what their best or worst self looks like. The exhibition is juried. Student submission details and deadlines can be found on our website here. Individual students may enter...
Art Gazing in the Great Outdoors
March 13 - May 10, 2020
A virtual outdoor experience that inspires us to find creativity in nature and explore. Engage you senses with this interactive virtual reality outdoor experience in the gallery! You will feel like you are in a campsite in the wilderness under a starry sky. You will smell the pine of the forest around you and hear the calls of nature. Inside the "tent" (virtual reality dome) you will learn about famous artists who have been inspired by the great outdoors. Try out our prototype interactive station, or add your own brush stroke to our massive community wall mural in the style...
Shape of Dance Exhibition by Jerre Davidson
January 9 - March 8, 2020
Opening Reception: Sunday January 12 from 2 - 4 PM. A behind-the-scenes look at how technology influences the artistic process: 'Shape of Dance' explores dance movements as 3 dimensional sculptures and demonstrates how the use of new technology in conjunction with old techniques can enhance the creation of contemporary sculptural work. The exhibition includes models and documentation of the creative and technical journey involved in this project, in virtual-reality through a cutting edge Free-Dome multi-projector display installation in partnership with local technology expert Gord Harris. (more…)