Museum of Dufferin craft show and sale

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Holiday Treasures
December 1-12.
Tuesday to Saturday, 11am until 4pm. Thursdays until 7pm.
Join us for Holiday Treasures, our annual craft show  & sale at the MoD. Works from 56 one-of-a-kind vendors, artists & makers will be displayed in the beautiful Main Gallery. This holiday season, you can shop local, support local & find something for everyone on your list. From unique jewellery, pottery & woodworking to stained glass, soaps & artwork. To ensure a safe shopping experience for everyone, and maintain physical distancing, free tickets must be booked in advance at dufferinmuseum.com  or call us at 519-941-1114. If you prefer to shop online you can do that as well by visiting our website. We have options for local delivery or curbside pickup.
Museum of Dufferin, 936029 Airport Road, Mulmur, 519-941-1114
www.DufferinMuseum.com
 
 
Before Your Eyes, a Changing Climate in Dufferin County Exhibit
The MoD & Climate Action in Dufferin have created a digital exhibit to explore climate change.
The Exhibit launched Oct. 27th :  https://www.dufferinmuseum.com/exhibits-art-shows/
 
 
Amy Shackleton: Playing with Fire + Ice
MAIN GALLERY (Feature Artist in Main Exhibition: True.Grit.)
Until January 1, 2021
Inspired by her travels, Amy Shackleton’s work explores the conflicting relationships between humanity and the environment. She blends cities with nature to depict our uncertain future – be it utopian or apocalyptic. Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent and hitting closer to home. Forests are burning, lands are flooding and glaciers are melting. In this series, Shackleton exposes the present day effects of climate change across Canada.
 
Shackleton’s inventive painting process has engaged over 15 million viewers online. Rather than paintbrushes, she uses squeeze bottles and gravity as her primary tools for creation. Liquid paint is dripped, poured and layered as the canvas is rotated to navigate. Architectural aspects of her work are calculated and controlled, while natural elements embody the spontaneous, liquid impulse.
https://www.dufferinmuseum.com/exhibits-art-shows/
 

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