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COVID-19 Important Message

As a precaution to help limit the spread of COVID-19 and support the efforts of Lambton Public Health to promote social distancing, the County of Lambton Cultural Services division has decided to close all of its cultural services facilities, until further notice.  This closure impacts…

With such helpers, it docent matter if you understand art

DOCENT – From the Latin docere, meaning “to teach” Sarnia’s Jane Bouchette is a communicator. She loves research and enjoys people.So, even though she’s not an artist or an art student, Bouchette is ideal for the volunteer docent’s job at the Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery (JNAAG).Thousands…

Sarnia gallery explores Tom Thomson painting

One of the first paintings in its permanent collection of Canadian Art is being celebrated in Thomson’s Painting, an exhibition at the Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery.The exhibition, running through March 15 at the downtown Sarnia public art gallery, features Chill November – a…

Slipstream – Jenn E Norton

Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery, October 4, 2019 – January 5, 2020 Loïe Fuller. Not many people know this name today. It was a surprise to find Loïe Fuller mentioned in the introduction to the exhibition Slipstream as a focus of the work. Once,…

National photo collection coming to downtown Sarnia

Photos of Canada’s past and near-present will be on display this summer at the Judith and Normal Alix Art Gallery in downtown Sarnia, providing a window into a then-burgeoning art form.Photography In Canada 1960-2000, a near-100 photograph exhibit from the Canadian Photography Institute of the…

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