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

  • Justine Gustafson First Portrait 2020 Velveteen, felt, seed beads 51 x 38 cm
  • Sharon Hunter Kwewog Giiwednog—Women of the North 2019 Spray paint and exterior acrylic paint on aluminum sheeting 16×8 ft
  • Itee Pootoogook Untitled (Man with Hoodie and Sunglasses) 2012 coloured pencil and graphite on paper 49.5 × 64.8 cm Collection of Christopher Bredt and Jamie Cameron

View the current exhibitions at the AG with free admission.


Indigenous Interdisciplinary Nature & outdoors Visual arts
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This activity runs the duration of Culture Days.


Thunder Bay Art Gallery

1080 Keewatin Street, P7B 6T7

Thunder Bay, ON



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


During Culture Days the public can attend the following exhibitions at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery: Piitwewetam: Making Is Medicine; Kwewog Giiwednog - Women of the North; Itee Pootoogook: Hymns to the Silence, and the Comfort Project - Community art with Eleanor Albanese, with free admission.



Thunder Bay Art Gallery

As a non-profit, public art gallery, the Thunder Bay Art Gallery exhibits, collects, and interprets art with a particular focus on the contemporary artwork of Indigenous and Northwestern Ontario artists. The Gallery advances the relationship between artists, their art, and the public, nurturing a life-long appreciation of contemporary visual arts among visitors to Thunder Bay and community members of all ages.


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Re-connect to nature, art, and your community with the Thunder Bay Art Gallery

Thunder Bay Art Gallery Thunder Bay, ON

Visit the Thunder Bay Art Gallery to take part in interactive activities during Culture Days 2021. Between September 24th and October 24th come to the Gallery to participate and create. We welcome everyone who wishes to participate in these...