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

Every Child Matters Walk


Indigenous Truth and Reconciliation
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Art Windsor-Essex (AWE)

Windsor, ON

Directions: General Directions & Parking Art Windsor-Essex is located at 401 Riverside Drive West.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible, has gender-neutral washrooms, offers closed captioning or subtitles, and offers audio description.


On this day, we will be offering free admission to the gallery for anyone wanting to attend our collection and exhibitions and reflect on the importance of Truth and Reconciliation in our community.

The Every Child Matters Walk will be starting outside of Art Windsor-Essex

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Currently, we have one key exhibition on display featuring Indigenous artists: Grey Matter: Your Brain on Art. We encourage you to visit this incredible exhibition and learn more about the Indigenous artists who made this exhibition possible.



Art Windsor-Essex (AWE)

Established in 1943, AWE is the largest public art gallery in Southwestern Ontario and has grown with incredible support from the Windsor-Essex community. For over 75 years, AWE has experienced great change - in leadership, our collection and our address. With every adaptation, we keep getting better at what we do: inspiring growth through the power of art.


Melissa Parker

This event is part of a hub:

Windsor - Essex

Art Windsor Essex (AWE) & Arts Council Windsor & Region (ACWR) Windsor, ON

A selection of diverse public events taking place in the Windsor-Essex region. The events include art exhibitions in public galleries and museums, art workshops, studio tours, and other community-based programs.