Today’s post comes from Jess Matthews, a Natural Heritage Education Specialist at Rondeau Provincial Park.
About a year ago, we looked at a well-loved, yet aging display in the Rondeau Visitor Centre.
Hundreds of visitors learned from it over the years, but it was becoming faded and worn — it was time for a change.
Continue reading “Gathering” at Rondeau
Finding artistic inspiration in Ontario Parks is nothing new.
Artists have been drawn to provincial parks from the very earliest years of the park system.
Today’s post is from Maureen Forrester, Neys Provincial Park’s Natural Heritage Education Leader.
The Group of Seven is a famous group of Canadian artists who formed with the mission to paint the truly rugged landscape of Canada; something they did not feel could be achieved with the popular European artistic style of the time.
Continue reading Sketching Superior: the Group of Seven in Neys Provincial Park
Iconic. Inspiring. Idyllic.
Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, near Thunder Bay, is without a doubt a natural wonder of Ontario. When viewed across the landscape, this natural landform resembles that of a giant sleeping on its back.
Its beauty and allure has captivated artists for generations.
Continue reading Inspired by the land of the Sleeping Giant
In partnership with the Algonquin Art Centre, Algonquin Provincial Park is excited to announce the launch of the 2018 Artist in Residency program.
This program allows artists working in various areas (visual, literary, media arts) to spend time in the heart of Algonquin’s beautiful wilderness — working on their projects, collaborating with park researchers, and participating in art outreach opportunities at the park Visitor Centre and the Algonquin Art Centre.
Continue reading Algonquin Artist in Residency program – call for submissions!