WAG Upcoming Exhibitions

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Upcoming Exhibitions

The Woodstock Art Gallery features several exhibitions throughout the year on a rotating basis. Please check back for more information on upcoming exhibitions.

To find out what's currently on view, visit our Current Exhibitions webpage.


New Impressions: High School Juried Exhibition

New Impressions: High School Juried Exhibition banner

Virtual Exhibition Launching: April 22, 2021
Juror's Talk & Awards Ceremony: May 26, 2021, 4pm
Jurors: Mercedes Schuster and Marla Botterill

The inaugural New Impressions: High School Juried Exhibition features artwork by Oxford County students in Grades 9 to 12. 

This new young adult initiative introduces students to the professional juried art show experience including professional documentation of work, the jurying procedure and formal critique from local arts professionals, with awards for Best in Show and Juror's Choice.

Sponsored by djDesign, with media sponsorship from Heart FM.


My Favourite Artwork

Serigraph print of a lake with green grassy hills and a pale mountain in the distance

Exhibition Run: July 14, 2021 – January 22, 2022
Curators: Mary Reid, Director/Curator, Julia de Kwant, Curatorial/Collections Assistant, and Nell Wheal, Head of Collections

This exhibition features artwork from the Woodstock Art Gallery's permanent collection selected by members of the community along with volunteers, staff and board members. This project was started at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and has evolved into a celebration of art as a source of connection and community.

Sponsored by Kingsmen Group Inc.


Visual Elements 63: Annual Juried Exhibition

Visual Elements 63: Annual Juried Exhibition

Exhibition Run: July 14, 2021 – September 18, 2021
Jurors: Daniel Cairo, Andrew Kear and Jaquie Poole

Visual Elements 63: Annual Juried Exhibition celebrates the breadth and diversity of talent that resides in Oxford County. This year’s exhibition will be presented in-person at the Woodstock Art Gallery and online as a virtual exhibition.

Funded by Oxford Community Foundation through the B & R George Fund and the Ross & Fran McElroy Fund.


Common Collective: Controlled Burn

Outline of a barn with images of smoke and fire on each wall

Exhibition Run: July 14, 2021 – September 18, 2021
Curator: Mary Reid

Common Collective is a network of audio/visual artists residing in Stratford, Hamilton and Montreal. This site-specific video and sound installation focuses on a barn burning and the challenges and stories of the local rural agricultural community.

Support provided by the Ontario Arts Council and Panasonic.

Controlled Burn: A Virtual Artist Talk with Common Collective:

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