Programs & Events
Spring Workshop Series
- Fused Glass Suncatchers - with Nichole Lowey
Saturday, March 28th, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
$70.00 per person
- Easter Fused Glass - with Cher Pruys
Saturday, April 4th, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
$75.00 per person
- Cupcake Decorating - with Meghan Spooner
Saturday, April 11th, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
$20.00 per person
No prior skills required. Come out, learn something new, meet your neighbours, have fun!
Should you need to cancel, the museum will refund your money up to one week before the class. At that time, artists have been given final numbers and will have purchased supplies.
Payment must accompany registration. Cash or cheque only, please. Spaces are limited.
Are you an artist with plans to exhibit your work?
Exhibition Assistance through the Ontario Arts Council
The Fort Frances Museum is no longer a Recommender Gallery for exhibition assistance. Funds designated for our area stay in our area however. Therefore artists can apply to other recemmender galleries in northwestern Ontario for up to $1500. A committee will review your application, and if eligible, can make a recommendation to the Ontario Arts Council for approval of exhibition assistance funds.
Applications can be accessed on the Ontario Arts Council website.
A new season has begun. Submission this year is online, so check out new information on the Arts Council website as to how to apply.
Be a part of the creative connection in the community! Between art-related exhibits/individuals, musical endeavours, various events, festivals, drama/theatre groups, presentations, venues, etc. Fort Frances offers a variety of ways to get involved.
The Fort Frances Museum offers curriculum related Education Programs for school classes. Programs can include a video presentation, artifact discovery, or craft activity.
As part of our permanent collection in our upstairs gallery, we are proud to exhibit a selection by Norval Morrisseau. Mr. Morrisseau was a local Anishinaabeg artist who achieved worldwide recognition for his work. The painting was donated years ago by local art teacher, Margaret Lichtenstein, and hung without fanfare in a non-descript frame in the Museum office. With the assistance of a grant through the Canadian Museums Association, Preserving Canadian Treasures, the piece has been professionally cleaned by a conservator and beautifully framed to draw proper attention to the genius of this renowned artist.