Ojibway Club Art Show 2024


The Ojibway Club is a summer island community centre on Georgian Bay near the mainland village of Pointe au Baril, Ontario, Canada.

This year’s show features over 80 talented artists, all inspired by their passionate connection to the environment, immersing us in new visions and interpretations of ‘The North’ through a wide variety of genres and mediums. The Art Show is an important fundraiser for the Ojibway Club and an opportunity for both new and established artists to show their work among a supportive community.

All art sales will be online, however, will we also have a live show at the Ojibway Club that runs from Thursday August 8th to Sunday August 11th. Please join us as we transform The Lounge into a gallery exhibiting beautiful works of art. For those of you in Pointe au Baril, we will also have a fabulous on-site Marketplace with over 15 vendors and artisans on the evening of Friday August 9th and all day Saturday the 10th.  The Family Art Show and Marketplace Opening Party is on Friday, August 9th, 5-7pm.  Be sure to come by.

This show, and events surrounding it, are made possible through the collective efforts of our hardworking committee – Madeleine Arsenault, David Barrett, Kirsten Cooke, Mimi Crawford, Nina Duras, Janet Irving, Jennifer Kernaghan, and Wendy Massie. We are also grateful for the support from Bob Hambly and Mercedes Rothwell on the creative elements of this website. Our thanks too go to Adam Helmers of Sustain Social for his assistance building this online platform.

Thanks to the immensely talented artists and artisans who have shared their unique visions of the North with us.

This is the Art Show’s 61st year and we look forward to celebrating and honouring this important tradition at the Ojibway Club.

Enjoy the show!

Wendy Bunston & Kara Mcintosh
Co-Chairs, The Ojibway Club Art Show 2024

History of the Ojibway Club Art Show

The original Ojibway Hotel, located on Ojibway Island in the Archipelago of Pointe au Baril, Ontario, Canada began the tradition of inviting the local community to show their art in the early 1960’s.  Since then, the show has been fueled by volunteer energy and has evolved to be a widely anticipated annual event today featuring over 80 artists from the community and beyond.

The theme of The North has always driven the aesthetic of the show. It reflects our passionate connection with the environment and immerses us in new visions and interpretations of the place we all love through a wide variety of genre.  It is a key source of fundraising for the Ojibway Club and an opportunity for artists to show their work in a supportive setting.

35% of all sales go to the Ojibway Club.

Please join us in supporting these dedicated artists.

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