Through special events and the operation of two gift shops, the Friends of Fort George generate awareness and funds to support summer student employment at Fort George and Brock's Monument at Queenston Heights., by Amanda Gamble, is a companion to the historic cooking program at Fort George National Historic Site.
This reflects the multiplicity of contemporary art, craft and design in the immediate area.
Located in the historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Fort George was the headquarters of the Centre Division of the British Army during the War of 1812, and played a key role in the defence of Upper Canada.
Fort George is open weekends November to April, and seven days a week from May to October, offering visitors an opportunity to step back in time with tours, musket demonstrations, special exhibits, costumed staff and reconstructed buildings.
The exhibitions feature emerging, mid career and senior artists; designers, artisans and students in post decondary arts education.
Barrie, Ontario L4M 3M2 Carolyn Bell Farrell, Executive Director Renée van der Avoird, Assistant Curator/Registrar Emily Mc Kibbon, Assistant Curator/Collections Manager Phone (705) 721-9696 / Fax (705) 735-6935 Email: [email protected] site: Mac Laren Art Centre is the regional art gallery serving the residents of the County of Simcoe, Barrie, Orillia and the surrounding area.
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