On the second floor are two galleries featuring rotating displays from the Museum’s permanent collection, and travelling exhibits of all descriptions.


North Gallery

Temporarily Closed

'Changing Directions' by Katie Stein Sather

‘Changing Directions’ by Katie Stein Sather


South Gallery

2021 Grand National ‘Crossroads’

Only from July 26 to September 25

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The 2021 Grand National Fibre Art Exhibition is a stunning display of fibre art from across Canada that explores the concept of what it means to take one’s ‘Crossroads’.

A stunning exhibition of 48 fibre art pieces juried by Tracey Aubin, Debora Barlow and Judy Villett interpreting the theme – ‘Crossroads’.

Artwork from the Crossroads exhibit is also displayed in our third floor Antechamber Gallery.

Learn more about the judging process and artwork here: https://www.grandnationalfibreartexhibition.com/2021crossroads


'Superior Reflections' by Terri Vieria

‘Superior Reflections’ by Terri Vieria



Only from July 26 to September 25

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Members of the Thunder Bay Quilters’ Guild were tasked with creating a quilt that answers the question: “What does ‘reflections’ mean to you?”

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Artists were challenged to create an original quilt using a maximum of six fabrics: up to three of their own choosing and three fabrics common to every piece, donated by Northcott Fabrics.

For more information please visit: http://thunderbayquilters.org/?page_id=7566