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Pontiac Artists' Studio Tour

June 10-11 and June 17-18
10 am to 6 pm
(819) 647-2291 | 1-800-665-5217 (Info-Pontiac)

Explore art in the Pontiac!

Welcome to the 28th annual Pontiac Artists’ Studio Tour.

This year, 12 artists are featured in 10 studios throughout Québec’s scenic Pontiac region, west of Ottawa-Gatineau. Meet and talk with local artists in their studios. Artworks are on exhibit and for sale. Admission is free.

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Valerie Bridgeman & Louise Guay
Vernissage: May 12 from 5-7pm
Domaine du Pontiac,
1249 chemin du Cimetière, Quyon

Nature Extended
Rémi Girard “Phytrail” - June 23 - July 30
Vernissage June 30 , 6 - 8 pm
Stone School Gallery

Nicolas Grégoire - June 23 - July 30
Vernissage June 30 , 6 - 8 pm
Stone School Gallery

Stone School Gallery, Portage-du-Fort

15 July – 2pm
Michael Peterson
Making Baskets in the World

Basketry, one of the oldest crafts, was used to make vessels, clothing, boats, even buildings. Excavated baskets tell a story about early civilizations and the environment. This informative talk will discuss basketry materials and techniques. The talk will explore basketry traditions that influenced the early settlers of the Pontiac.

16 September – 2pm
Robert Hinchley
Printmaking in Canada

Join Robert Hinchley as he presents the various unique and innovative forms found in Canadian Printmaking. Historical and contemporary prints, tools, and printmaking methods will be viewed and discussed. 

Admission is free



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September 23, 2017


Works on Paper: Art exhibition & exchange

The Pontiac Artists’ Association, based in West Quebec, invites you to participate in our annual Works on Paper Exhibition and Exchange. Each participating artist will submit 11 original works on paper and receive 10 unique works in return. One work will be exhibited and sold unframed as a fundraiser for our Association.

Donate to the PAA

Do you know that you can obtain a Quebec tax credit for a cash donation to the Pontiac Artists' Association which is a registered cultural organization? For more info, go to Revenu Quebec website or contact

Art lives in the Pontiac!

The artPontiac website was created by the Pontiac Artists’ Association to promote artists, arts and culture, and to contribute to the cultural life of the Pontiac region.

artPontiac brings Pontiac’s thriving community of artists and its wider community of art lovers together. Whether you are an established or emerging artist looking for exposure, an art lover seeking art and craft education or you just want to see more art and support our artists, we welcome you.

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for artists

Join the PAA » Now you can pay your membership fees online! Join the Pontiac Artists’ Association and support the arts in Pontiac County.

Are you planning an art show or a course? » Send us your event listings so we can promote them on the artPontiac website.

The Conseil Régional de la Culture de l'Outaouais provides listings of opportunities for artist training (see "Formation") and calls to artists (see "Appels de dossiers"). Website is offered in French only.