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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Flags to Heal Our Planet


Climate Action Painting Sculpture & installation Tour Visual arts
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This activity runs the duration of Culture Days.


Wellington County Museum and Archives

536 Wellington Road 18

Fergus, Ontario, ON


Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Join the movement for positive change and awareness about climate impact. Artistic flags carrying messages of hope for our planet, inspired by local artist Indra Dosanjh in collaboration with local artists and enthusiasts.

Public Installations in 3 locations in Fergus:

- Sep 22- Oct 12: The Wellington County Museum, 0536 Wellington Rd 18, Fergus, ON N1M 2W3

- Sep 22- Oct 15: Templin Gardens, next the Fergus Library on Grand River in Fergus.

- Weekends Sep 23-24 and Sep 30- Oct 1: My Art Studio Gardens at 375 St. David St, Fergus during the Elora Fergus Studio Tour


An initiative by Elora Fergus Arts Council in partnership with Township of Centre Wellington for Centre Wellington Cultural Days.



Indra Dosanjh

I am a painter and a member of the Elora Fergus Arts Council and the Elora Fergus Studio Tour. Flags to Heal Our Planet is a transformative community engagement project that draws inspiration from the rich tapestry of Tibetan culture. Launched in 2023 as part of Centre Wellington Ontario Culture Days, this project marries art with purpose, inviting individuals from all walks of life to unite in a common mission: healing our planet through creativity and collective intention.

Our journey started with workshops held during the summer months where participants, guided by local artist Indra Dosanjh, harnessed the power of printmaking techniques using homemade Gelli Plates and repurposed bed sheets. In each flag, a piece of the artist’s soul and the participant’s creativity intertwine, creating a visual representation of unity in diversity.

These flags are not mere creations; they are collaborative expressions of our shared commitment to a better world. Each print, design, and symbol embodies a collective vision for a brighter future—a future shaped by art and the unwavering belief that every intention can inspire change.

This event is part of a hub:

Elora and Fergus

Township of Centre Wellington Elora, ON

Nestled within Centre Wellington are the picturesque villages of Elora and Fergus. Resplendent with natural beauty and historical charm, these communities are known for unique shops, delicious dining, and of course, a plethora of art experi...