Thunder Bay Art Gallery in Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay District, Canada | Art Gallery
Thunder BayArt Gallery is Northwestern Ontario, Canada's largest public Art Gallery. Since 1976, the Thunder BayArt Gallery has served the needs of Northwestern Ontario artists and art audiences while providing an important link to other cultural centres.
As the region's largest public gallery facility, the Thunder BayArt Gallery's three-fold mandate is to research, collect and exhibit the work of contemporary First Nations artists to promote, encourage and exhibit the works of local and regional artists to host travelling exhibitions from other art galleries and museums. With three gallery spaces that change exhibitions approximately every 6 weeks, there is always something new to capture the public's imagination at Thunder BayArt Gallery.
In addition to an ambitious exhibition schedule, the Thunder BayArt Gallery offers a wide range of educational programs and community outreach services. Art classes for all ages, visiting artist lectures and workshops, and a unique Gift Shop are all part of the Thunder BayArt Gallery experience. Centrally located on the campus of Confederation College in Thunder Bay, the Thunder BayArt Gallery can be approached from both Edward and Balmoral Streets. The building's exterior is clearly marked with six outdoor sculptures by artists Ahmoo Angeconeb, Mary Anne Barkhouse and Michael Belmore, which are part of the Gallery's Permanent Collection. The Thunder BayArt Gallery is accessible for people using wheelchair