The Muse is introducing new fall/winter hours at both the Lake of the Woods Museum and the Douglas Family Art Centre!
In Encyclopedia of Rainbows, artist Julie Seabrook Ream invites us to see the extraordinary beauty and colour of ordinary objects.
Support Sam’s Tags this Recovery Month by taking part in the upcoming workshop at the Douglas Family Art Centre this Saturday, September 17.
Landscape Painting Now takes a look at landscape painting in the 21st century. The book features over 80 artists from 25 different countries.
Nakatamaakewin: Bringing art to you is a mobile exhibition of Inuit art organized by the WAG. It is at The Muse September 9th & 10th!
Nakatamaakewin: Bringing art to you is a mobile exhibition of Inuit art organized by the WAG. It will be at The Muse September 9th & 10th!
100 Ideas that Changed Art chronicles the 100 most influential ideas that have shaped the world of art throughout history.
Want to delve deeper into the strange, curious, and bizarre in art history? Pick up a copy of ArtCurious today from the Art Centre gift shop.
Seventy five years ago it was the summer of the flying saucer and the UFO. Aliens were among us! Or so it seemed.
In April of 1972, Kenora summer student, Gerry McMillan, was tasked with burning down the abandoned boathouses on the Kenora Harbourfront.
Pick up Fundamentals of Art History at the Douglas Family Art Centre gift shop and learn about Art History like an art student!
On July 28th we had a great opening for the new exhibit at the Lake of the Woods Museum—Hardship & Resilience: The History of Ukrainians in Kenora.
Shop the Muse for this set of four dinner napkins featuring a historical map of Lake of the Woods in a cotton/linen blend. Made in Ontario.
Visit the Lake of the Woods Museum and Douglas Family Art Centre during ARTSFEST and enjoy admission by donation! July 22-23, 2022.
Feeling snackish and creative? For only $8.95 you can paint your very own Lana’s Kitchen sugar cookie in a watercolour style!
Shop the Muse and pick up this beautiful boxed set of art cards featuring 10 Melissa Jean paintings featured in the exhibition Power of Place.
Métis installation artist Tracey-Mae Chambers has recently completed installing Hope and Healing Canada at the Douglas Family Art Centre.
Come see art being made! Join exhibiting artist, Rita Winkler, for live painting at the Douglas Family Art Centre on June 18 and 22 from 1-2pm.
Last month The Muse was honoured to host a two-day Tikinaagan Workshop at the Douglas Family Art Centre with the talented artist duo of Ryan and Shannon Gustafson.
We invite you to join us in celebrating the opening of Rita Winkler: My Art, My World at the Art Centre on June 16th from 4-6pm.
Enjoy some “Art for Lunch” with these upcoming FREE lunch-hour film screenings at the Douglas Family Art Centre!
Join us in celebrating the closing of Dakobinaawaswaan (Baby in a Cradleboard) on Friday, June 3rd at the Lake of the Woods Museum.
April 20th is National Canadian Film Day! Join us at the Douglas Family Art Centre at 7pm for a screening of Angelique’s Isle.
Nature lovers and collectors of all kinds will love this high-adventure quest story about two brave and clever girls who head into the forest in search of something extraordinary.