Poets, painters, photographers, authors, actors, artisans, illustrators, sculptors, singers, movie makers, musicians, dancers and drummers come together in a vibrantly rich and dynamic creative community here in Southern Georgian Bay. Explore small private galleries throughout the area or exhibitions hosted in public spaces such as the Huronia Museum, the Penetanguishene Centennial Museum and Archives and Quest Gallery.
There are summer Sunday evening concerts, traditional Native pow wows showcasing aboriginal artistry, a Metis day at Discovery Harbour and the francophone Festival du Loup celebrating culture, heritage and art of our French founders. Theatre goers won't want to miss a single spectacular show at the picture perfect King's Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene presented by award winning Drayton Entertainment. Midland's community theatre group Huronia Players showcases the tremendous talent and professionalism of local actors on stage at The Studio. In the fall enjoy the self guided Harvest Tour featuring artists and artisans who open their studio doors to visitors.
Take a tour of dozens of magnificent murals in Midland including North America's largest outdoor historical mural depicting a Jesuit father and Huron Native against a backdrop of the Jesuit mission Sainte Marie among the Hurons. It's painted with painstaking detail on the undulating sides of the waterfront grain elevator and is a spectacular waterfront landmark.