Minto Arts Gallery
The Minto Arts Gallery, located on the third floor of the Harriston Public Library, was opened in May 1997. Always looking to creative and upcoming talent, it has become the home of many local and national artists.
The third wave of Covid-19 came, as expected. After three months of being in the red zone, we got moved into orange. We almost dared thinking about putting up an exhibit. However, today is announced that the whole province will be in a lockdown, because of the third...
Minto Art Gallery Hours
Adjusted hours of operation
Location & Parking
The gallery is located on the top floor of the Harriston Public Library, 88 Mill Street, Harriston, Ontario.
The gallery is wheelchair accessible by elevator.
Parking is available in the Library’s parking lots. Admission is by donation.
2020 Exhibition Calendar
January 9 – 31: Norwell District High School Student show
February 6 – 29: The gates are OPEN – Dixi Leroux
March 5 – 28: Dana Savard Multidimensional Transmutation and Transcended of NOW
April 2 – 25: “Changing Face of Photography”- Mark Robinson, Pete Daize, Gary Moon – Cancelled
May 7 – 30: Juried Art Show – Cancelled
June 4 – 27: Student Art Show – Cancelled
July & August: Harriston Historical Society Exhibit – Cancelled
September 9 – October 3rd: “Front, Left and Centre Show” Ken Thornburn and Friends
October 8 – 31: “Square Foot Show 2” – Kitchener Artists
November 14 – December 5: Christmas Silent Auction
Call for Artists
If you’re interested in scheduling an exhibit at the Minto Arts Gallery, we’d love to hear from you!
The Gallery provides:
- an opportunity for local artists to display their work in their community;
- a place to display objects of historical interest to the community;
- a facility to house community interest in the past, present and future.
For more information on the gallery and our upcoming exhibitions, download our brochure.
Please complete our exhibition application form and contract, and submit them by mail or email. Note that Minto Arts Gallery Ceilings are 9’6″ high, except 2 walls in the side rooms, where they slope to 7′.
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.