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Acadian Museum of PEI

Unearthing the past: Archaeological Discoveries of Prince Edward Island will be on view to June. View the permanent exhibition and video The Island Acadians: The Story of a People. Acadian genealogy resources available to researchers. A PEI Museum and Heritage site. 23 Main Dr. E, Miscouche.

Beaconsfield Carriage House

Riverworks, a group exhibition featuring work by artists Kirstie McCallum, Doug Dumais and Alexis Bulman, is on view to April 4. Presented by The River Clyde Pageant and Creative PEI. 2 Kent St, Charlottetown.

Confed Centre Art Gallery

On view: Look Out: Holland College School of Visual Arts from April 14–May 6; Fairy Tails to April 10; Danika Vandersteen: How to Convey Blue in Black and White to April 10; The Secret Codes: Quilts From and Inspired by Nova Scotia’s Black Communities to May 22; John Hartman: Many Lives Mark This Place to May 22; and Visible Storage: A CCAG Collection Project to May 29. 145 Richmond St, Charlottetown.

Cornwall Library Art Gallery

Self-titled, a collection of works by Lee Richard is on view to April 1. Group show, Spring, on display April 5–May 13. Contact the library for info on displaying in the gallery. 15 Mercedes Dr, Town Hall, Cornwall. 629-8415

Eptek Art & Culture Centre

Collective Intricacies, a group exhibition curated by Tamara Steele and presented by this town is small will be on view April 1–May 13. Featuring the work of Baha Royalty, Chester Hewlett, King Kxndi, Martology, and Sammo Mossa. Small Wonders, featuring a collection of smaller-scaled artworks by members of the Summerside Art Club, is on view in the lobby. Visit the permanent exhibition on the history and architecture of Summerside. Admission is by donation. Eptek is a PEI Museum and Heritage site. 130 Heather Moyse Dr, Summerside. 888-8373,

Hilda Woolnough Gallery

The Colonel Gray International Baccalaureate Programme Graduate Art Show will be on view from April 4–19. An opening reception will be held April 6 from 6–8 pm. The Guild, 111 Queen St, Charlottetown.

Kings Playhouse

Gender Reveal Party: A (he)art exhibition by Rory Starkman and Julie Bull is on view to April 27. A closing event and artist talk will be held April 23 at 2 pm. 65 Grafton St, Georgetown.

Lefurgey Cultural Centre

The Sixty Days of Fame Exhibit Beyond Boundaries by Angele Arsenault will be on view from April 1 to May 31. An opening reception will be held April 7 at 7 pm. 205 Prince St, Summerside

Victoria Studio Gallery

A retrospective exhibit featuring the work of Stephen Clement will be on view from April 2–17. An opening reception will be held April 2 from 2–5 pm. Organized by the South Shore Arts Council. 4 Howard St, Victoria.