Contemporary Exhibits


Exhibits 2017

   Current Exhibit



Exhibits 2017


Februay 5 to March 26, 2017

Aquarellistes du lundi 

 Vernissage : February 5, 2017 (2pm to 4pm) 


April 2 to May 21, 2017

BU/Champlain Collective

 Vernissage : April 2, 2017 (2pm to 4pm) 


May 28 to July 9, 2017

Guy-Anne Massicotte and Paul Duval

 Vernissage : May 28, 2017 (2pm to 4pm) 


July 13 to September 3, 2017

Margot Graham Heyerhoff

 Vernissage : July 13, 2017 (4@7) 


September 10 to October 29, 2017

Intersection   | Art Gallery

Artists: Jean-Pierre Paradis, Kate Reed, Perry Beaton, Toshiro Tsubokura


Regalia, Native Pride   | Outdoor exhibit

Artists: Roland Lorente and Aline Saffore


 Vernissage : October 29, 2017 (2pm to 4pm) 


November 12 to December 17, 2017

From Nikitotegwasis to Lennoxville

Artists: Christine Sioui Wawanoloath, Joyce Panadis, Ena Greyeyes, Lucy Doheny, Debbie Everett and Caroline George.

Vernissage : November 12, 2017 (2pm to 4pm)


Current Exhibit 

From Nikitotegwasis to Lennoxville

November 12 to December 17, 2017

Vernissage : November 12, 2017 (2-4pm)

The gallery at Uplands Cultural and Heritage Center is proud to present the works of six Aboriginal and local artists. This exhibition wraps up the series of activities presented as part of Uplands’ Canada 150 project, "From Nikitotegwasis to Lennoxville", discovering the richness of Aboriginal history, culture and arts.

Six talented artists:

Christine Sioui Wawanoloath

Christine Sioui Wawanoloath is a multidisciplinary artist in visual arts and literature. She is of Wendat origin through her father and Abenaki through her mother. After studying photography, art and history, she worked as a printing photographer, dark room technician, graphic designer and journalist for Aboriginal publications.

Joyce Panadis

Joyce Panadis is an Abenaki artist, descended from a family of artists. Her love for drawing was passed on by her father, who gave her her first drawing pad at the age of 15. In 2012, she discovered art school and decided to specialize in ultra-realism. Joyce Panadis will be exhibiting for the first time internationally in December at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in Paris, where she will present three works in the Carrousel du Louvre.

Ena Greyeyes

Ena Greyeyes is a self-taught Plains Cree artist from the Muskeg Lake Cree Nation located in cen- tral Saskatchewan. She uses a sawing technique learned in Germany that she has perfected to
Create the intricate artwork she does today. Throughout her career, Ena’s work has been shown in various galleries and venues in Canada.

Lucy Doheny

Lucy Doheny learned to make pottery at Champlain College, Lennoxville under the tutelage of master ceramist Dean Mullavey. Her work is recognized, not only by its themes, but by its aesthetic: “My style of throwing is very thin and fine, giving my pots a delicate feel, much like porcelain”.

Debbie Everett

Debbie Everett is a self-taught wood carver living in Lennoxville. Her art captures vignettes from everyday life. Debbie's colourful carved reliefs and free-standing sculptures are represented in collections across Canada and abroad.

Caroline George

Caroline George is an artist and an amateur naturalist, living in Hatley. Her papier-maché birds are made from recycled materials and water-based paints. The birds are sufficiently stylized to be decorative, yet accurate enough for species identification. This unique blending of art and science is used to create charming ornaments.



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