Museum Changing Exhibits

Samples of Pride: A sampling of The ArQuives' National Portrait Collection

Samples of Pride

June 1 – September 10, 2022

In celebration of Pride Month, the Woodstock Museum and Oxford County Pride present Samples of Pride: A sampling of The ArQuives' National Portrait CollectionThe ArQuives is the largest LGBTQ2+ archive in the world and "aspires to be a significant resource and catalyst for those who strive for a future world where LGBTQ2+ people are accepted, valued, and celebrated."

The National Portrait Collection was established in 1998 with 25 original portraits and coincided with the organization's 25th anniversary. Since then, the collection has grown to 79 portraits of various mediums, including photography, oil, and watercolour. For this exhibit, the Woodstock Museum has borrowed 25 works from the collection.

Theatre Woodstock 75th Anniversary Exhibit

Theatre Woodstock 75th Anniversary Exhibit

March 12 – August 20, 2022

This exhibit traces the 75 year history of Theatre Woodstock and features a display of posters, photographs, costumes, awards and programs from the theatre’s archive.

Theatre Woodstock began as Woodstock Little Theatre in 1946 on the heels of World War II, when community theatres began springing up across the country. In 1996, the theatre moved to its current location at Market Centre Theatre in downtown Woodstock, eventually changing its name to Theatre Woodstock in 2001. Today Theatre Woodstock continues to provide a high calibre of community theatre, winning many awards at both local and provincial levels.

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