What’s On

Check out what’s on in Prince Edward County! Get your daily, weekly, monthly dose of the arts through Artscene. It started as our monthly newsletter, grew into a half-hour radio program on 99.3FM, and is now an online event listing!


01Through 06

County Docs: Bread

The film BREAD: AN EVERYDAY MIRACLE takes the viewer on an enlightening journey into the world of bread and its production today. Meeting traditional artisan bakers and cereal farmers who can vouch for quality and sustainable ingredients. Director Harald Friedl shows the baking factories of transnational food corporations, who go to great technological lengths on their mission to recreate authentic taste.

This documentary is available for streaming now until August 6. Visit Regent Theatre’s website to stream this film.

County Docs: Bread
01Through 08


Sybil Frank Gallery presents works by Mary Ann Slater. In her solo show Imagine, Mary Ann emphasizes the beauty and simplicity of objects in her paintings, each of which has their own character or memory attached. Her self taught high realism style focuses on clean lines, high level of detail and colour.

Opening night is on August 1 at Sybil Frank Gallery, 305 Main Street, Wellington. Show is on until August 8.

Wireside by Mary Ann Slater
Sep 01

Chasing Crazy

Artwork by Rhonda Nolan will be displayed in the front window of Books and Company throughout the month of August. This new collection of work, titled Chasing Crazy, portrays an archetypal woman during COVID.

Books & Company is located at 289 Main Street, Picton.

Chasing Crazy
Trickster by Rhonda Nolan
01Through 09

Barn Show

Mad Dog Gallery presents Barn Show, an outdoor exhibition that captures a part of the County centuries old landscape. This all-new collection of work by Andrew King showcases a slowly disappearing agricultural landmark that adds a unique facet to the history of Prince Edward County.

Barn Show is on now until August 9 at Mad Dog Gallery, 525 County Road 11, Picton. Mad Dog Gallery is open daily from 10-5PM.

Barn Show
Sep 07

Beautiful Scars


Hatch Gallery presents Beautiful Scars- works by Tom Wilson & Erin Loree from August 8 to September 7. Fresh off a book tour for his stunning memoir of the same name, the exhibition will feature Tom’s bold signature paintings on canvas, acoustic guitars and Canadian canoe paddles. Framing these powerful pieces will be a specially curated exhibition by one of Canada’s most dynamic and colourful young abstract artists, Erin Loree. Now eight years on from OCAD University, Erin’s swirling rhythms, dramatic brushstrokes and glowing colours will present the perfect backdrop to Tom’s work.

The opening reception on August 8 will be punctuated with a live outdoor performance by Tom Wilson, a three-time Juno winner.

Hatch Gallery is located at 8 Stanley Street, Bloomfield.

Beautiful Scars
On the Shoulders of Giants by Tom Wilson, 24″ X 36″, oil and acrylic on board


05Through 06

Golden Hour

The Mustang Drive-In is partnering with Golden Hour Productions to present the inaugural edition of Golden Hour, a small county festival with a big city heart.

Golden Hour brings the community together to enjoy live music from the safety of their vehicles. The first-of-its-kind, 2-day micro drive-in festival will feature three acts daily with performances by Stars, Whitehorse, The Sadies, Dizzy, Annelise Noronha, and more.

Golden Hour takes place on September 5 and 6 at the newly renovated Mustang Drive-In, 1521 Prince Edward County Road 1 Bloomfield.

Tickets are on sale here from July 31.

Golden Hour
Golden Hour, Mustang Drive-In

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