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Acadian Museum of PEI

View the permanent exhibition and video The Island Acadians: The Story of a People which features the story of the Acadians of PEI since 1720 and celebrates the vitality of today’s Island Acadian community. Acadian genealogy resources available to researchers. The gift shop has Acadian flags, souvenirs and books in both French and English. A PEI Museum and Heritage site. 23 Main Dr. E, Miscouche. museeacadien@gmail.com, 432-2880

Bedeque Area Historical Museum

The Acadians in Bedeque by Doug Sobey is on view to September 6 when the museum closes for the season. The exhibit includes several well-documented panels on the Acadian presence in that area of the Island from 1750 onwards. 90 Linkletter Ave, Central Bedeque. bedequemuseum.ca, 887-3009

Confed Centre Art Gallery

On view: Art in the Open at 10 Years: An Incomplete Archive to September 19; BGL: Two Thumbs Up Arts and Crafts to December 5; A Life’s Work: Canadian Artist Robert Harris (1849-1919) to January 16, 2022. 145 Richmond St, Charlottetown.

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Cornwall Library Art Gallery

Drawn to Water, watercolours by Kathy Stuart is on view to September 10. Surrendering to the Unknown, an exhibit of mixed media and acrylic on canvas by Christine Thibaudier-Ness, will be on view September 14 to October 22. Contact the library for information on displaying in the gallery. 15 Mercedes Dr, Town Hall, Cornwall. library.pe.ca, cornwall@gov.pe.ca, 629-8415

Details Fine Art Gallery

On view: works by Rosamond Bechtel, P. John Burden, Gale Colpitts, Gabriella Collier, Kevin Cook, Grace Curtis, Christina del Sol, Katharine Dagg,Daniel Gautier, Jamie Germaine, Doretta Groenendyk, Beverley Hawksley, Paul Healey, Larry Horowitz, Mary Jane Lundy, Carole Malcolm,Tim Menees, Natasha Miller, Shelley Mitchell,  Connie O’Brien, Jean Claude Roy, Bill Rogers, Gail Rhyno, Arlene Rice, Helen Rowlands, Dianna Shyne, Rene Tardif, Richard Vickerson, and Damien Worth. Along with blown glass, art pottery and designer jewellery, the gallery features Inuit Sculptures from Cape Dorset. Open Thursday to Saturday afternoons and by appointment. Extended hours beginning soon. 166 Richmond St, Charlottetown. 892-2233, detailsgallery@eastlink.ca, detailsfineart.com

Dunes Island Art Gallery

On view: works by Wayne Barrett, Maurice Bernard, Julea Boswell, Debbie Brady, Mary Carr-Chaisson, Susan Christensen, Ashley Anne Clark, Joan Creamer, Katharine Dagg, Tony Diodati, June Ellis, Nan Ferrier, Sheila Forsyth, Lise Genova, Jaime Germaine, Mel Giddings, Heather Hannon, Kim Jabbour, Betty Jenkins, Lynda Kelly, Sandi Komst, Eric Labor, Helene LaRouche, Haley Lewis, Eve Llyndorah,  Marie Lyon, Monica Macdonald, Anne MacKay, Wendy Manning, Ellen Martin, Robert Milner, Louise Mould, Deb Murphy, Connie O’Brien, Linda Shaw Packard, Julia Purcell, Warren Christopher Reeson, Heather Reid, Cheryl Richards, Sylvia Ridgway, Dagny Rossignol, Helen Rowlands, Joan Savage, Jessica Sheppard, Terry Dunton Stevenson, Glen Strickey, Adam Sultan, Gail Sutherland, Lorraine Vatcher,  Richard Vickerson, Lindsay Walker, Donna White, and Damien Worth. Open daily. 3622 Brackley Point Road, Rte #15. 672-2586, dunesgallery.com

Eptek Art & Culture Centre

William Stuart: Portrait of an Island Artist is on view to October 1. The exhibit offers a glimpse of Prince County rural life in the late 19th century and beyond, highlighting the historical contributions made by Reverend Stuart through his art. Keep an eye out for events relating to this exhibit, including curator tours. Visit the permanent exhibit on the history and architecture of Summerside. Admission is by donation. 130 Heather Moyse Dr, Summerside. peimuseum.com, 888-8373

Ellen’s Creek Gallery

On view: works by Ben Stahl, Louis Mould, Scott O’Neil, Rosemary Terris, Geraldine Ysselstein, Damien Worth, Emily Howard, Ken Spearing, Margaret Muzika, Marianne Janowicz, Debra Wellner, Henry Purdy C.M., RCA, Sylvia Ridgway, Maurice Bernard, Pam Ling, Marie McMahon-Young, P. John Burden, David Garcia Jimenez, Jim Steadman, Julia Purcell, Betty Jenkins, and Linda Shaw Packard. Mon–Fri 9 am–5 pm, Sat 10 am–3 pm year round. framingpei@gmail.com. 525 North River Rd, Charlottetown. 368-3494

Gallery @ The Guild

On view: Imperial by Olivier Bodart to September 5. Re-Woven, the first solo exhibition for visual artist Renee Laprise, will be on view September 8–October 3, with an opening reception September 15 from 7–9 pm. 115 Richmond St, Charlottetown. theguildpei.com

Kensington Art Co-operative

The Gallery features an eclectic blend of local artwork displayed in an historic freight shed, often with an artist working on site. The Plein Air event will be held September 11 (Info: 432-0335). Members showing this year include Debbie Bryanton, June Ellis, Shirley Ferguson, Sheila Forsyth, Sandy Gallant, Lise Genova, Susan Maxfield, Shirley MacLeod, Ron Somers, Donna Sutton and Sharon Craig. 27 Commercial St, Kensington. 432-0335

Kings Playhouse Gallery

On view to September 12 is Shine!, a group exhibition by UPEI Seniors College students. Frames of Rwanda, a photography exhibit by Naomi Cousins will open September 12 and run to September 28. Settle Down, Settlers!, new works by Julie Bull will be on display from September 29–November 6, with opening reception September 29. 65 Grafton Street, Georgetown. kingsplayhouse.com

Lefurgey Cultural Centre

Rug Hooking—Now and Then will be on view daily from 9 am–5 pm, September 7–October 8. Free admission. 205 Prince St, Summerside. culturesummerside.com

Receiver Coffee Co.

this town is small presents Traces and Traverses by Doug Dumais from September 1–October 10. 128 Richmond St, Charlottetown

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