Euphemia McNaught Tribute Exhibition

September 29 - October 24, 2019

Euphemia (2nd left) in Emmanuel Hahn's sculpture class at Ontario College of Art
Beaverlodge was home to one of Canada's best artists for over sixty years.
Euphemia McNaught (1902-2002), taught by members of the Group of Seven while she was a student at Ontario College of Art from 1925-1929, lived and taught in Beaverlodge all her life.
To commemorate her life and honour her contribution to Canadian art, BACS is hosting a tribute exhibition from September 29 to October 24.
With the assistance of many individuals, local businesses and institution this exhibition will be the largest retrospect of her work ever displayed.  This is an opportunity to discover new works and enjoy never before seen works from numerous private collections.


Activities and Spaces at BACS

Dates & Hours of operation:

Tuesday through Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Closed Mondays and Holidays.

Come discover how this historical building (first Beaverlodge hospital) has been transformed into a vibrant community Art Gallery and Cultural Centre. The building features 2 display Galleries on the main floor, a gift shop showcasing local artists and crafts people, a Tea Room and on the lower floor potters and weavers have spacious work rooms. The Cultural Centre offers great instruction in a variety of arts and crafts, including pottery, weaving, stained glass, drawing, painting, felting, etc.

1 day ago
Photos from Beaverlodge Area Cultural Society's post

Eight days left to take in the one time only showing of Euphemia McNaught's lifetime of artwork. See how her style progressed over more than eight decades of her prolific career.

3 days ago
Photos from Beaverlodge Area Cultural Society's post

A few more photos of Euphemia McNaught's originals

4 days ago
Photos from Beaverlodge Area Cultural Society's post

Yes, we’re open today (Sunday) from 1 – 4 for your viewing pleasure and, of course, our Tea Room is always open too. If you haven’t yet been able to see the Euphemia McNaught collection (dozens ... See more

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