Past Exhibitions

Innovations '19

January 11th to March 30, 2019

Upper Gallery

The work selected aims to dessiminate and raise awareness of the work of talented craftspeople across Canada. Works selectec acknowledge the artistic vision and innovation of their creator while reflecting the personal language and distinct hand of their maker

Retooled: Assemblages by Justin Cosman and David Hill

Project Gallery, January 11 to March 30, 2019.

Recrafted

Atrium Gallery, January 11 to March 30, 2019.

From Food to Monument: Northern Retellings

October 26, 2018 to January 5, 2019

In partnership with the Huronia Museum, Wye Marsh, Midland Public Library, Midland Cultural Centre, National Film Board of Canada and the Ontario Arts Council, From Food to Monument is an extensive fall program that aims to bring further awareness to the ancestral territory of the Wendat and Ojibway people and how settlement impacted the social, political and psychological landscape of the region. 

 

A collaborative project involving both Indigenous and non-Indigenous members of the community, this program consists of four exhibitions and a series of educational programs that work to interrupt colonial and settler histories to bring forward narratives and knowledge of our First Nations, Inuit and Metis communities

Upper Gallery: Northern Retellings - Aylan Couchie, Lisa Myers and Leah Decter

 

Project Gallery: Call to Action #83 Artist Collective: Round II - Peter Adams / Jennie Clarke / Xavier Fernandes / Marilyn George / Jeanette Luchese / Christiana Luck / Joanna McKewn / Mary Lou Meiers / John Oerlich / Mercedes Sandy / Paul Shilling / Hilary Smith / Paul Whittam

Huronia Museum: Rekindling Voices

Elders: Austin CLarkson / Beverley Clarksn / Jeff Monague / Ernestine Baldwin

Thank you to our sponsor:

Rethinking Land

October 26, 2018 - January 5, 2019

Opening Reception - Friday, October 26

Art Work Drop Off - Monday, October 22
Artwork Pick Up - Monday, January 7

Quest Art's exhibition of smalls returns!  As Indigenous and non-Indigenous custodians of Turtle Island, this year the community is invited to create meaningful works of art that celebrate the importance of land in providing safe, sustainable and sacred ground in which to live, work and play.  Working in 2D or 3D, buy up to four birch panels to visualize what you value about the place we collectively call home.  6” x 6” and 6” x 12” artist panels now available in the Quest Art Shop for $15 each, including HST.

Image: Artwork by Ginette Pelletier

Thank you to our sponsor: Kathy & Neal Foot

2018 Quest Art at Home

Thursday October 18, 2018

This year's Quest Art at Home program provides an extraordinary opportunity for local art lovers to support their local artists and Quest Art School + Gallery! Have an original, locally made artwork for your home or office and receive all the benefits of participating in this year's program -- all for just a dollar-a-day! 

By becoming a Quest Art at Home patron ($365) annually), you will receive all the following benefits: 
✧ A Quest Art family membership (value $65) with all 
advantages of membership
✧ An invitation to the Quest Art at Home evening gala 
(October 18th, 2018) 
✧ An original artwork selected at the Quest Art at Home 
evening gala. Work is on loan for a 12-month period.
✧ A tax receipt for $300. 

Interested? Buy your memberships here. 

Artist Drop-Off Day: Monday, August 20th, between 10am - 5pm
Artist Pick-Up Day for 2017 Works: Monday, October 15, 10-5 pm

Exhibition dates: August 24 - October 18, 2018

Membership on sale until Thursday, October 18, 2018

Auction Night: Thursday, October, 18 at 7 pm - 10 pm

Thank you to our sponsor:

From Coast to Coast

June 22 - August 18

Historically, Canadian artists such as the West Coast painter Emily Carr, the Maritime artist Christopher Pratt, and the locally known Group of Sever have been enraptured by the idea of translating the beauty of Canadian landscapes to canvas.     Coast to Coast is a community exhibition that invited artists to submit works of art to celebrate the diversity of landscapes Canada has to offer; landscapes that sustain us, define us, and we are proud to call home.  Whether we find ourselves in the broad expanse of the prairies, amongst the sublime peaks of the mountains, or traversing the familiar islands of Georgian Bay, we are all fortunate to take comfort in knowing each vision presented here reflects our beautiful country back to us. 

 

As you walk through the gallery, immerse yourself in the uniqueness of each scene and consider how the land relates to your own livelihood and understanding of home.

Image: Artwork by Claudia Mandler McKnight.

Thank you to our sponsor:

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