The Minarovich Gallery is one of two galleries at the Elora Centre for the Arts. Located in the original stone schoolhouse, this gallery was part of the former principal’s office and school reception area. The gallery showcases a variety of talented artist work all year. It is also utilized 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.
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Fabric of Memory Exhibition: Pam Lobb & Tammy Ratcliff
June 27 - September 15, 2019 | Opening reception Thursday June 27th from 7 - 9 PM
Fabric of Memory: Perforations and Passages in printmaking and fibre arts. Featuring the work of Toronto artist Pam Lobb and Guelph artist Tammy Ratcliff. In Fabric of Memory both artists are using print and textiles to explore narratives of nostalgia and memory that develop through the deconstructing, editing and reconstructing of materials. Pam is working from a regional perspective, collecting handmade textiles from Huron and Perth counties. She uses both handmade papers and a process of pouring paper pulp to encapsulate the textiles. An effect that references porcelain is created by layering a series of monoprints on the surface. The imagery...
Elora Fergus Studio Tour 2019 – Minarovich gallery at the Elora Centre for the Arts
September 19 - October 6, 2019
The Elora Centre for the Arts is honoured to feature a sample of work from all participating Studio Tour artists in the Minarovich gallery during the studio tour. Start your tour at the Centre and plan your route from there, using the self-guided map provided. This is a great opportunity to go behind the scenes and visit the studios of working artists in our community. The 2019 Studio Tour exhibition in the Minarovich gallery will kick off with an Opening Reception on Friday September 19 from 7 - 9 PM and then be open 6 days a week until October...
The Air Conditioned Nightmare: An exhibition by Tim Murton
October 10 - November 17, 2019 Could it be that we've been conditioned to live unnatural lives?....Like boiled eggs? Social commentary. Satire. Dark humour. Disconnection. Isolation. Abuse. Depression. Greed. Anxiety. Dystopia. Enslavement. Conflict. The Minarovich gallery at the Elora Centre for the Arts is open 6 days a week. Admission is free. This exhibition is part of the Monster Month celebrations in Elora and Fergus during the month of October. Opening reception is Thursday October 10th from 7-9PM Tim Murton's paintings have been exhibited at Toronto's Harbour Front Gallery, Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, The Harbinger Gallery, MacDonald Stewart Gallery in...