This exhibit is produced to commemorate the centenary of Tom Thomson's first visit to the Parry Sound area. The exhibit chronicles the lives and works of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven members, who collectively created a distinct style of Canadian art.
As the exhibit will remain open to the public from June 28th - October 31st, the Museum Gift Shop will host numerous items for purchase which display Group of Seven prints, such as mugs, tea-for-one sets, and books.
The exhibit will be hosting two key events: a presentation on July 17th by authors Jim and Sue Waddington and on July 23rd, the Museum will be screening the award winning documentary West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson with accompanying talk by co-producer Nancy Lang and researcher Rebecca Middleton.
Attend the Museum's family-friendly Grand Opening on Saturday, June 28th from 6-8pm and purchase tickets for either event at a reduced early-bird price.
Tickets available while quantities last.
General admission fees apply
Free admission to all Annual Pass Holders
Exhibit Promotional Video