Announcing Thunder Bay’s First Ever – Virtual Visual Art Fair – a virus free event!

Exploring the artistic side at Youth Centres TBay
Exploring the artistic side at Youth Centres TBay

THUNDER BAY – Due to the current COVID-19 situation, CAHEP – Community Arts and Heritage Education Project and the Painted Turtle Art Shop are co-sponsoring the first-ever Thunder Bay Virtual Visual Art Fair as part of the Culture Days 2020 festivities – completely virus-free!

The Fair will be held over the course of a month, from September 25 – October 25, 2020, and will be hosted on Painted Turtle Art Shop’s website at this direct URL:  The Official Opening of the online exhibition will be Friday, September 25th at approximately 10:00 am and then open 24/7 for the duration of the Fair.

We’re thrilled to be showcasing 51 visual artists, who after an open “Call for Visual Art” will be displaying a wide and wonderful selection of their art including drawings, paintings, photographs, prints, digital works, textiles & sculptures.

All works are created by LOCAL visual artists who live and work right here in Thunder Bay, from student artists, emerging artists, mid-career artists to senior artists.  We will be featuring 2 artists & their work per day on our social media Facebook & Instagram accounts from Sept. 26 to Oct. 25, 2020.

As part of the Culture Days 2020 festivities, we are inviting & welcoming our Thunder Bay community as well as visitors from across Canada and beyond to our virtual online exhibition.

Join us virtually in viewing and exploring a variety of visual art with a certain and totally unique, Thunder Bay, Northwestern Ontario flair.

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