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 2, 2019

to January 5, 2020

 The large installation is comprised of thousands of these pieces installed by single threads hanging from the gallery ceiling creating a field of flowers and a field of colour.

October 3, 2019

to January 5, 2020

New Acquisitions presents eight works of art recently donated to the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of Northumberland.

September 21, 2019

to October 13, 2019

This fall we celebrate our 41st Juried Exhibition offering participating artists both exposure to the Northumberland County community, as well as an opportunity to meet fellow artists, encourage activity in the visual arts and most importantly support artists.

June 30, 2019

to September 29, 2019

Victor Vasarely’s artistic oeuvre spans more than six decades. Born in 1906, a Hungarian-born Frenchman, the founder of Op Art is one of the great artists of the twentieth century.

March 23, 2019

to May 5, 2019

Over the past seven years, Niezen has created a series of paintings that pay a testament to the vibrancy of the city at night: traffic lights, shop windows, and neon signs are reflected and enhanced on rainy streets.

November 15, 2018

to January 13, 2019

Daemon & Saudade explores emotion, grief, loss and preservation through a series of photographic prints and sculptural garments paired to reveal both the beauty and pain of emotion.
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