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"Canada's most beautiful arts centre"

Built on the banks of Shaw's Creek, this national-award-winning heritage building is now "a jewel in the crown of the GTA's arts scene". The Alton Mill is home to some 25 studio artists,  galleries, a heritage museum,  café and unique shops, while the industrial-chic ambiance makes it the perfect venue to host your event .

Come experience the Alton Mill Arts Centre, and be inspired!

What's On This Week...

In the Main Floor Galleries this week: True North in the Headwaters Arts Gallery, and Julia Gilmore's Canadian farewell show Adieu with Hue in the Noodle Gallery. 

Please be advised that Queen Street East, between Main St East and Porterfield Rd, will be closed for construction from March 26 - December 21, 2018. This detour doesn't affect people coming from the south. If you're driving to the Mill from Orangeville, we suggest diverting from Porterfield Rd to Highpoint Side Rd (turn right onto Highpoint), followed by a left turn at Main St. Click here to see a map of this route.


Adieu With Hue

Julia Gilmore's Farewell Canadian Solo Exhibition before relocating her Studio to the White Mountains of New Hampshire!

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Julie and Josh's Summer Wedding, Featured on EventSource.ca

"The Alton Mill is a little gem we discovered in Caledon many years ago, and quickly became our favourite place to visit on a Sunday morning for coffee. When the time came to plan our wedding, there was no doubt we’d have it at Alton Mill. The beautiful outdoors, old stone walls, patio with romantic lights and all the history it has to offer made it the perfect venue."

 

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Headwaters Arts Gallery: True North

A members' exhibit showcasing the spectacular curiosities & beautiful wonder of Canada, with works by local artists. Stop by the Headwaters Gallery through early July to enjoy this creative Canada Day outing!

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The Maze Project & A Distant Memory 2

Exclusively at the Alton Mill Arts Centre from May through October, two enchanting outdoor works by sculptural artist Fiona Legg that invite thoughtful participation from the viewer. 

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