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Acadian Museum of PEI

Acadian genealogy resources available to researchers. The gift shop offers Acadian books in French and English, CDs of Acadian music, Acadian flags, and souvenirs. A PEI Museum and Heritage site. Miscouche, Rte 2. 432-2880

Beaconsfield Historic House

Designed and built by W.C. Harris in 1877 for James and Edith Peake, Beaconsfield was one of Charlottetown’s most elegant homes. Featuring the finest in materials and craftsmanship, it was also equipped with all the latest conveniences of the day. Open for guided tours in English and French daily from 10 am–4 pm in July and August. Gift shop has Island books, magazines, pottery and prints. 2 Kent St, Charlottetown.

beaconsfield@gov.pe.ca, 368-6603

Breadalbane Public Library

No holds barred, recent paintings by Marianne Janowicz will be on view July 10–26. Virtual opening July 10. Library hours are Tue 10 am–1:30 pm, Thu 3–8 pm, Sat 2–5:30 pm. 4023 Dixon Rd, Breadalbane. 964-2520

Confederation Centre Art Gallery

On view: Victor Cicansky: The Gardener’s Universe to September 6; Setting the Table: Still-Life and Its After Effects to September 6; Sandi Hartling: anything at all to September 13; The Debbie Show: Views from the Desk to September 27; Artists by Artists to September 27; Spheres, Skulls, and Other Icons of the Interior to October 4. Gallery hours are Tue–Sun 10 am–5 pm. Confederation Centre, 145 Richmond St, Charlottetown. confederationcentre.com. 628-6142

Details Fine Art Gallery

Gallery: Ron Arvidson, P. John Burden, Holly Caldwell, Canoe Cove Glass, Kevin Cook, Grace Curtis, Katharine Dagg, Wendell Dennis, David Garcia Jimenez, Jamie Germaine, Elaine Harrison, Jessica Hutchinson Pottery, Island Stoneware, Sandi Komst, Heather M. Larter, Wendy Manning, Monica Macdonald, Heather Millar, Connie O’Brien, PEI Smoke Fired Pottery, Pottery by the Sea, Dr. Paul A. Price, Arlene Rice, Susana Rutherford, Ben F. Stahl, Richard Vickerson. Maritime artists: Bronwyn Arundel Pottery, Mark Brennan, Kate Brown Georgallis, Gale Colpitts-Abbey, Doretta Groenendyk, Michael Khoury, Kiln Art Glass, Peter Kinsella, Mary Jane Lundy, Shelley Mitchell, Susan Paterson, Susan Robertson Pottery, Gail Rhyno, Bill Rogers, Kath & Robert Rutherford, Anna Syperek. National/international: Ayala Bar Jewelry, John Bowdren, Anne Marie Chagnon Jewelry, Four Seasons Jewelry, Hanson & Kastles Glass, Robert Held Glass, Victoria Kovaleva, Rebecca Krupke, Eleanor Lowden, Carol Malcolm, Colin Page, Faye Rogers, Jean-Claude Roy, Dianna Shyne, Soapstone Carvings, Arte Vargas Glass, Holly Yashi Jewelry. Designer jewelry, art, glass, pottery. Tue–Sat 10 am–5:30 pm, Sun/Mon by appointment. 166 Richmond St, Charlottetown. detailsfineart.com, 892-2233

City of Charlottetown

On view to July 15, Picturing a City: Back to Business pays homage to some of Charlottetown’s earliest business owners and contains a variety of photos from the City’s archival collection and antique items from the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation. Planning and Heritage Department storefront windows, 233 Queen St, Charlottetown. nmunn@charlottetown.ca, 629-4051

Ellen’s Creek Gallery

Works by Damien Worth, Emily Howard, Ken Spearing, Louis Mould, Margaret Muzika, Marianne Janowicz, Ray Doiron, Henry Dunsmore, 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, Linda Shaw Packard, Gloria Woolridge. Mon–Fri 9 am–5 pm, Sat 9 am–4 pm year round. framingpei@gmail.com. 525 North River Rd, Charlottetown. 368-3494

Eptek Art & Culture Centre

A retrospective exhibition by Island artist Nan Ferrier extended to July 26. 85 Years of Painting and Drawing showcases work from various stages in Nan’s art history —  portraits, life drawings, streetscapes, landscapes, figure skaters, moments from everyday life, and other works. Eptek’s on-site gift shop carries only Island art and craft, and books on local themes. Visit the permanent exhibition on the history and architecture of Summerside. Eptek is a site of the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation. July hours are Tuesday–Friday 10 am–5 pm. Admission is by donation. 130 Heather Moyse Dr, Summerside. peimuseum.com, 888-8373

Gallery @ The Guild

On view to July 19 is eARTh, a group exhibit of work by PEI women artists reflecting on climate change, environment and the beauty of the natural world. Featuring works by Millefiore Clarkes, Nancy Cole, Mari Basiletti, Ashley Anne Clark and Jane Affleck.This exhibit is presented by The Guild in partnership with this town is small and supported by Innovation PEI through the PEI Culture Action Plan. 111 Queen St, Charlottetown. theguildpei.com, 368-4413

International Fox Museum

Discover how PEI experienced its very own gold rush and became the birthplace and headquarters of a worldwide industry filled with colourful characters, high stakes and high fashion. Interactive tour. Admission by donation. Temporary location while Armoury under renovation: MacNaught History Centre and Archives. Open by appointment. 75 Spring St, Summerside. 432-1332

culturesummerside.com

Kings Playhouse Art Gallery

Opening July 6. Permanent exhibition has work by local professional artists Carolyn Hessinger, Sandi Komst, Mary MacLean, Connie O’Brien, Cheryl Richards, Kathy Stuart, Lorraine Vatcher, Margaret Sutton Wailes and Michael Shumate. Hours at kingsplayhouse.com. 65 Grafton St, Georgetown. 652-2053

MacNaught History Centre and Archives

Sixty Days of Fame art series features the work of a community artist for a two month span. Discover your family roots by accessing the extensive genealogy resources and expert research assistance. MacNaught is open by appointment. culturesummerside.com. 75 Spring St, Summerside. 432-1332

On the Hunt for Heritage: Architectural Exhibit

Culture Summerside presents On the Hunt for Heritage an architectural exhibit in downtown Summerside. Stroll downtown historic Water Street and peruse the 15 panel exhibit of architectural features found in the heritage district of Summerside. Take on the interactive challenge of finding the locations of the features. Exhibit on display for July, August and September. 432-1332

small town market gallery

this town is small presents Domestic Appetites by artist Melissa Morse at Receiver Coffee Co. On view July 14–August 24. Featuring new drawings exploring themes of food, connection, nostalgia, vintage advertising and imagined homes. 128 Richmond St, Charlottetown. 367-3436

Wyatt Historic House Museum

A treasure awaiting discovery. Considered one of the most impressive historic house collections in Eastern Canada. The guided tour is an intimate story of people, place, spirits, and artifacts. Admission at door. Call to book.

85 Spring St, Summerside. 432-1332

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