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Wild Canids of Ontario: Promoting Coexistence​

This exhibit will showcase a collection of photographic art by Trevor Pottelberg, featuring 20 pieces, including never-before-seen works. The collection will feature imagery  of red foxes and coyotes, complemented by educational material. The exhibit runs from June 14th to July 12th, with the official opening reception on June 15th, from 2:00 - 4:00PM.

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The Baggage Room

Now you can shop the creations in our gift shop from anywhere! We offer a range of handmade products and original art, locally-sourced from our talented vendors.


Discover our wide range of membership benefits!


Enjoy discounts on classes and art supplies, opportunities to showcase and sell your work, engage in collaborative projects within our vibrant local community.  New memberships available for businesses and non-profit organizations. 


Join us today for a journey of creativity, connection, and growth!

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Station Arts Centre

Art Rental Program

Art rental is an affordable and flexible way to enjoy original 2-dimensional art. Our Art Rental Program represents approximately 40 artists with over 120 original works in a wide variety of styles and subjects. Artworks include paintings, photography and mixed media.

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The Station Arts Centre is a charitable organization with a mission to promote the arts within Tillsonburg and area. We are a local historical site that provides visitor information, art galleries, art programming, a variety of in house groups, artisan gift shop, pottery studio & Saturday Farmer’s Market. The Station Arts Centre is here due to your support!

Registered Charity Number 119264752 RR0001

"In Tillsonburg, as we gather on the traditional territory of indigenous peoples, dating back countless generations, we acknowledge the Anishinaabek (Ah-nish-in-a-bek), Haudenosaunee (Ho-den-no-show-nee) and Attawandaron (Add-a-won-da-run) peoples, showing respect for the long-standing relationships that Indigenous Nations have to this land, as they are the original caretakers."

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