Headwaters Arts Festival Show & Sale

Headwaters Arts, which presents the juried show, is an organization dedicated to the promotion, development and enjoyment of all arts in the region.

September 16, 2017 | | Arts

The Headwaters Arts Festival Show & Sale has been an exciting staple of the autumn arts scene in the hills for 18 years. Headwaters Arts, which presents the juried show, is an organization dedicated to the promotion, development and enjoyment of all arts in the region. It’s gallery in the Alton Mill hosts about 10 group and solo exhibitions a year, specifically showcasing the work of local artists. Last year, the big autumn show, which spills out of the gallery to take over much of the Mill’s exhibition space, was opened for the first time to artists throughout Ontario. This slideshow offers our annual preview of the show and sale, which runs to Sunday, October 1 and features new works in various media by 42 artists.

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Marta Mouka Spirits of the Forest needle-felted silk, natural dyes, embroidery 26.75" x 42.25"

 

Autumn’s Big Show

On September 29, take in the art show and enjoy The Big Blues Party, an evening of music, dancing, food and drink, featuring Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival impresario Larry Kurtz and his band The Lawbreakers. For Blues Party tickets ($30) and art show details, see headwatersarts.com.

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