A selection of previous exhibitions at the Lake of the Woods Museum and Douglas Family Art Centre. Click on an exhibit to learn more.
Miijim - food - and its importance to the body, mind, soul and heart of the Anishinaabeg.
Bakaan nake’ii ngii-izhi-gakinoo’amaagooomin / We Were Taught Differently: The Indian Residential School Experience
This exhibit examines the Indian residential school experience, particularly two schools that were located in Kenora, Ontario.
The Annual Lake of the Woods Quilters' Guild showcases the fine work of local quilters.
Shiibaashka’igan – the jingle dress, the healing dress, is sacred in the Anishinaabe culture. 50 dresses are on display.
This Grand Opening exhibition celebrates the artists from the region of Lake of The Woods.
A celebration of the artwork of two local Indigenous art collectives formed in the 1970s.
The foundational collection of Walter J. Phillips’ Lake of the Woods inspired art donated by the Douglas Family.
Heather Shillinglaw retells her Metis family's oral history of the Carlton Trail through beadwork and textile installations.
Michel St. Hilaire's artwork is an expression of the intersection of human infrastructures with those of the natural environment.
Through the use of beadwork, sewing, printmaking, textiles, and ceramics, Cochrane encourages conversations about the contemporary Indigenous experience.