Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery
The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery is a public art gallery located in downtown Sarnia. Admission is always free. With more than 200 members, over 1,100 works of Canadian art in the permanent collection, and with the support of a keen staff and volunteer team, the gallery serves an immediate community of 126,000 people across Lambton County.
The gallery offers a variety of historical and contemporary exhibitions that, as per its mandate, focus on visual art and visual culture by Canadian artists of national and regional calibre within a dynamic environment. The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery serves as an invaluable cultural resource, providing the community with an exciting range of art exhibitions, tours, lectures, bus trips and art programs that will inspire creativity and interest in the visual arts.
Birthday Parties. Looking for a truly unique and artful birthday experience for that special day? The JNAAG Birthday Package is for you! Discover the cool exhibitions and experience amazing art-making activities on that special day. Your day starts with an interactive tour throughout the gallery to take in the current exhibitions, and con- tinues with you and your friends making an unique art project to take home at the end of the day. The birthday party packages can be tailored to suit children between 4 and 14 years of age. The Birthday Party package will be available on the website in December 2013. Parties to start January 2014.
Lawrence House Centre for the Arts
The gallery offers art exhibitions, workshops, as well as an annual concert series. The Centre promotes awareness and involvement in the arts in Lambton County.
Gallery in the Grove
Established in 1980, the Gallery in the Grove is located at the Faethorne House built in 1875 in Bright’s Grove. Offerings include numerous exhibitions, travelling and permanent collections, bus trips, education in the classroom programs and much more.