The AGN presents intellectually stimulating exhibitions that spark conversations, inspire creativity and enlighten the minds of all-ages. The AGN is committed to nurturing and promoting Canadian artists, and we strive to exhibit works that advance critical enquiry and community connection to contemporary visual arts.

Current Exhibitions

March 4, 2023

to April 1, 2023

Showcasing photography by local community group Greenwood Coalition.

January 14, 2023

to March 25, 2023

Oli Goldsmith’s performative and expository artworks, brings to us all, as audience, worlds as playful, transitory and evocative as the images, words and phrases in them.

Upcoming Exhibitions

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Past Exhibitions

November 13, 2021

to January 4, 2022

Our 43rd Juried Exhibition welcomed 150 works in a variety of mediums, big and small from our community and beyond.

August 31, 2021

to October 30, 2021

This exhibition features 79 artworks from 39 Canadian artists, as a gift to the AGN and to the public.

April 5, 2021

to August 27, 2021

Artist Amy Shackleton and graphic designer/animator Julian Brown are taking over the Permanent Collection Gallery with their collaborative exhibition, Playing with Fire and Ice.

January 9, 2021

to August 21, 2021

The suspension and tension of two-dimensional forms exist quite comfortably in Leszek Wyczolkowski’s series of paintings and prints.

October 27, 2020

to December 7, 2020

This fall we celebrate our 42nd Juried Exhibition offering participating artists both exposure to the Northumberland County community.

March 7, 2020

to September 3, 2020

The Art Gallery of Northumberland (AGN) celebrates 60 years in 2020. We are honouring this milestone with an exhibition featuring some unseen collection treasures, familiar classics and predictable favourites.

January 11, 2020

to February 29, 2020

About Face explores the role of drawing in portraiture, focusing in particular on the relationship between artist and sitter.

January 11, 2020

to March 5, 2020

Inspired by the landscapes of eastern Ontario and the traces of its earlier agricultural settlement, Felicity Somerset and Peter Large have created a collection of drawings and photographs.
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