How many FLAGs are there in Ontario, Canada? At least three, so far!
This Little Free Art Gallery can be found at Aurora Town Park – 49 Wells Street, Aurora Ontario, Canada. And yes! They accept art by mail, send to: Nichole Campsall 229 Industrial Parkway North, Aurora ON, L4G 4C4
Find them online here: https://engageaurora.ca/little-free-art-gallery
Located at Aurora Town Park, the Little Free Art Gallery celebrates arts and culture in Aurora! Intended to provide an opportunity for the community to enjoy and share art, this initiative allows for passersby to take an art piece or leave one for someone else to appreciate. The Little Free Art Gallery can be found at Aurora Town Park at the fork in the path along Wells Street and is the first of 2 galleries to be installed. Visitors to the Little Free Art Gallery are invited to share a photo of their visit or art piece by tagging the Town of Aurora on social media and using #LittleFreeArtGalleryAurora. We can’t wait to see what you create!
Please ensure content is respectful of all community members, and appropriate for all ages. Please be considerate of the Gallery and other pieces in the Gallery when placing your work and/or taking a piece. Please use non-toxic materials. All pieces should fall within, or approximate to, 3-inch (7.5 cm) x 3-inch (7.5 cm) in size. The Town of Aurora is in no way responsible for artworks exhibited in or taken from the Little Free Art Gallery.
The Free Little Art Gallery Kingsville is in downtown Kingsville, Ontario, in front of The Crafty Nest Studio.
Port Elgin, Ontario
Tiny Art Gallery Port Elgin is at 394 Mill Street, Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada.
They accept art by mail, here’s where to send it:
Tiny Art Gallery Port Elgin, PO Box 303, Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada, N0H 2C0
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