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Find Your History & Culture This July at PAMA
By Peel Art Gallery (PAMA) | Published  06/30/2014 | Community News | Unrated
Peel Art Gallery (PAMA)

The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives collects, tells and shares the stories of Peel Region. We hope that our exhibitions, events and programs spark thought, debate and dialogue, and that you leave PAMA changed somehow: by discovering something new about yourself or about our community. Located at 9 Wellington Street East, Brampton, ON.
Phone Number: 905-791-4055

Visit Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) for more information.


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Brampton - The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) offers something for everyone this July. Whether you’re a history buff looking for a lesson in Peel’s past, an arts enthusiast ready to take up a new hobby, or a parent looking for a new adventure for their children, PAMA is your history and culture destination.

New and Continuing Exhibitions:

Step Back | Look Forward

July 13 – Aug. 24

Opening reception: Sunday, July 13 from 2 – 4 p.m. 

Enjoy a glimpse into the history of Visual Arts Mississauga’s contribution to making art in the Region for the past 35 years, from grassroots art to being a catalyst to inspire and enrich the community.

Legacy: David Somers and PAMA’s Works on Paper Collection

On now – August 31, 2014 

This exhibition highlights the diversity of PAMA’s Works on Paper Collection as it pays tribute to David Somers, Curator and Manager at PAMA, 1989-2009. From tranquil landscapes to exploding paper cuts, the visitor will be introduced to the work of 33 historical and contemporary artists, including Harold Klunder, Lizz Aston, Andy Warhol, Annie Pootoogook, and Eric Glavin.

Spirit Seeds: A Celebration of First Nations Beadwork

On now – October 13, 2014 

“Little Spirits”, as they’re known in some First Nation languages, are beautiful objects decorated with tiny glass beads. The tradition of beadwork began when Europeans brought enchanting glass beads as an item of trade, and continues today as an important part of Native life and artistic expression. We celebrate this legacy by sharing historical and contemporary objects and the stories they tell of the artisans who created them.

Touching Lives for 40 Years

On now – December 2014 

The Region of Peel is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. PAMA is proud to highlight Peel’s rich history and achievements over the past four decades through a special exhibit. Visit us to see photos, videos and artifacts that tell a story of the evolution of the Region and our community.

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