December Art Gallery Listings in Windsor Essex

Sunday, December 1 to Tuesday, December 31


November 30 – December 20, 2019
Doin’ the Louvre Doin the Louvre is Artcite’s annual holiday fundraising exhibition and sale and is a tradition as old as Artcite itself!  Doin’ the Louvre offers an opportunity for artists to exhibit and sell their works.  Doin’ the Louvre will include paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, mixed media, sculpture and artist-made gift items such as ornaments, books, toys, cards, ‘art wear’, jewellery, etc.  All the work is created by established and emerging Windsor and Detroit area artists.
Opening Reception – Friday November 29 7 – 10 pm

Wed – Sat 12 – 5 pm
519-977-6564, Artcite
Artcite – 
109 University Ave. W., Windsor


October 19, 2019 – January 26, 2020
SakKijâjuk: Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut – Nunatsiavut produces art that is distinct within the world of Canadian and circumpolar Inuit art.  Inuit artists and craftspeople from Nunatsiavut have traditionally used stone and wood for carving; fur, hide, and sealskin for wearable art; and saltwater seagrass for basketry, as well as wool, metal, cloth, beads and paper. In recent decades, they have produced work in a variety of contemporary art media, including painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, video, and ceramics, while also working with traditional materials in new and unexpected ways. SakKijâjuk: Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut is the first major exhibition on the art of the Labrador Inuit.

Northern Narratives: Cape Dorset Prints – This exhibition includes print images from 17 Inuit artists published by the Kinngait Studios Cape Dorset during the late 1950s and into the 1970s. This project focuses on stories of traditional Inuit life exploring themes of hunting, travel, wildlife and the spiritual power of Canada’s North.

60th Anniversary: West Baffin Eskimo Co-operative – The West Baffin Eskimo Co-operative was established in 1959 in Cape Dorset. The first annual Cape Dorset print collection was released the same year, containing images produced by Inuit artists in the region. This exhibition includes prints and a selection of catalogues documenting the Annual Graphics Collections produced since 1959 by the West Baffin Eskimo Co-operative’s Kinngait studio in Cape Dorset.

Recent Acquisitions – This exhibition features a selection of historical, modern and contemporary art showcasing key areas in which the collection has been developed. Recent collecting areas include art by artists of Anishnaabe and Inuit ancestry, and art from the Windsor-Essex region and western Canada.

Look Again! Celebrating the AGW Collection at 75 Years – Includes many of your favorite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection as high quality. Notably enriched in this exhibition is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories.

December Gallery Events
Family Fun Sundays in the Studio – December 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Join AGW’s signature family-friendly program with local artist-led workshops and participate in a hands-on activity related to the current exhibitions. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Windsor-born artist and educator Lynn Newman is December’s featured artist.
1 – 4 pm; Included in Gallery Admission
Second Floor Studio

Guided Tours – December 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29
Enjoy learning about the AGW’s collection and the current exhibitions. Guided tours are informal and support your artistic interests.  Tours are led by the AGW’s Gallery Guide educators.
2 – 3 pm; Included in Admission

Remembering Through Art for Persons with Dementia & Their Care Partners – December 5
AGW offers informal guided tours of the Gallery’s Canadian Art collection. This program offers a calming and relaxing opportunity to engage with artworks that support processes of remembering and storytelling for Alzheimer clients and their care partners.
11 am – 12 pm; Call AGW to register

Curator-Led Tour of Recent Acquisitions with Catharine Mastin – December 28
Join Catharine Mastin as she leads this tour of AGW’s recent acquisitions.  A public announcement will be made five minutes prior to the start of the tour for a meeting place.
2 – 3 pm; Included with Gallery Admission

Wed – Sun 11 am – 5 pm; $10 Adult, $5 Youth (ages 6 – 17), $5 Student (with valid ID)
519-977-0013, Art Gallery of Windsor
Art Gallery of Windsor – 401 Riverside Dr. W., Windsor


November 21 – December 8, 2019
Holiday Gift Shoppe – Come Christmas shopping in a boutique setting within the lovely traditional Gallery space when Art by the River comes indoors. The Gallery will be full of a wide variety of unique creations. Find original gifts, sure to please everyone on your Christmas list.

Thurs – Sun 11 am – 5 pm; Free Entry, Donations Appreciated
519-736-2826, Gibson Gallery
Gibson Gallery – 140 Richmond St., Amherstburg


November 19 – December 21, 2019
FOREST & TREES: Dorit Girash – “Nature around me, leaves rustling in the wind, Dewy green grass in mornings, under my steps, To breathe deeply the fresh, pure air of forest i enjoy. I listen the twitter of birds that i so much adore, I love to walk along rivers, Blossomed flowers to smell and admire. I adore the forest, the marvelous trees, I want to live there forever, Till the end of my days.”

A Signature Christmas Indoor Artist Market – The LAC presents a Signature Christmas Indoor Artist Market. This annual arts and crafts show offers perfect unique and beautiful gifts for everyone on your list! Come see a festive presentation of jewelry, pottery, ceramics, driftwood and woodworking arts and crafts, acrylic, oil and watercolour paintings, photography and much more. Handmade items to fit every budget from stocking stuffers to signature gifts.
Opening Reception – Saturday November 30, 4 – 9 pm

Tues & Wed 10 am – 4:30 pm, Thurs & Fri 10 am – 5 pm, Sat & Sun 12 – 5 pm: Free Entry, Donations Appreciated
519-326-2711, Leamington Arts Centre
Leamington Arts Centre – 72 Talbot St. W., Leamington

One ten park

October 30 – December 31, 2019
Maps and Murders – Window display ‘Windows on Windsor’ features Maps and Murders showcasing the work of Josie Hazen.

one ten park
one ten park – 110 Park St. W., Windsor