The Minto Arts Council is a non-profit, volunteer-directed organization. Designed to promote and encourage participation in the arts and heritage of Minto.

Upcoming Events

Summer-break

Summer-break

We're taking a summer-break! The gallery is temporarily home for the Harriston Historical Society, whom are exhibiting "160 years of Fall Fair". With antique quilts, memorabilia, trinkets and other fascinating objects that will guide you through the history of the...

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Big Film Fest will take a short intermission until September.

Subscribe to our newsletter to hear about future screenings. In the meantime, be sure to visit one of Minto’s historic theatres: The Norgan Theatre in Palmerston and The Crown Cultural Centre in Harriston for local film screenings.

 

Basement Cafe Oct 2019

Basement Cafe Oct 2019

Basement Cafe October 2019, downstairs of the public library in Harriston presents: Emily Burgess & The Emburys in the main act, and Tiff Frost as openings act. It promises to be another entertaining night on October 18th.Emily Burgess & The Emburys are a...

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Archie Award Winners

Archie Award Winners

Archie Award Winners are announced! Every year the Minto Arts Council hands out the Archie Award to two students. Picked by their teachers, for their outstanding skills in arts. This year the lucky winners are Darius Zher (gr. 6) Palmerston PS student &...

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Did You Know…

The Minto Arts Council is a non-profit, volunteer directed, organization?

Your financial support contributes to providing arts programming, supporting local arts initiatives and funding awards for local youth.

Love the Arts?

You don't have to be an Artist to enjoy the Arts! Whether it's mending the gallery, spreading publicity, the for and after math of shows and events, we couldn't do it all without volunteers. We always welcome new volunteers to our exhibition committee, gallery staff, and Christmas silent auction crew! Contact us now and see what you can do for your community.

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