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

The Minto Arts Council thanks You. All of our patrons, sponsors and volunteers for another year for the arts!
With your help the Minto Arts Council can continue to bring wonderful visual and musical artists to our community.

You’re Invited!

2023 Minto Art Council Juried Art Show 

May 2 – May 26 , 2023 • Minto Arts Gallery •Deadline for entry April 3rd , 2023

Upcoming Events

Come and explore Real and Beyond

Come and explore Real and Beyond

Real and Beyond until February 24th, 2023 Come and explore Real and Beyond by Anasuya Bhima, Brigitte Huber, Deb Taylor and JennyQ Kuspira. On display from January 10th to February 24th 2023, at the top floor of the Harriston Public Library. Located on 88 Mill Street,...

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Big Film Fest presents “Rosie”.

Big Film Fest presents “Rosie”.

Playing on February 20 at the Norgan Theatre in Palmerston. Big Film Fest presents "Rosie" as our feature for February 2023. Set in 1980's Montreal, Rosie (Keris Hope Hill), a young, orphaned, Indigenous girl is forced to live with her reluctant, street-smart Aunty...

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The Basement Café Concert Series is tuning up for our next show.

Stay tuned for performer and ticket announcements!

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Latest News

Minto Arts Council News is your source of information on all the latest art news and initiatives. Follow us for all our news here on the feed, on social media and/or sign up for our monthly e-newsletters. We want to share the news on exhibitions, concerts, screenings and other happenings in the Town of Minto and the surrounding area.

Do you have an event, workshop, or other news you would like us to include?
Please let us know, and we’re happy to share!

Big Film Fest presents “Rosie”.

Big Film Fest presents “Rosie”.

Playing on February 20 at the Norgan Theatre in Palmerston. Big Film Fest presents "Rosie" as our feature for February 2023. Set in 1980's Montreal, Rosie (Keris Hope Hill), a young, orphaned, Indigenous girl is forced to live with her reluctant, street-smart Aunty...

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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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