Pelham’s Annual Art Festival – Featuring the theme “Our Planet, Our Future” – is Now Underway Online

You Can Join it Thru to May 15th. Keep Reading this Post for Details

An Invite from the Organizers of the Pelham Art Festival

Posted May 3rd, 2021 on Niagara At Large

Niagara, Ontario – The popular Pelham Art Festival, held annually in May, is online this May 1-15 and will include an impressive number of local artists and artists from all over Ontario displaying and selling their work.

Everyone is welcome to continue to enjoy and purchase original art so that the fundraising efforts for the Pelham Library System, Pelham arts scholarships and community art projects can proceed.

“When the 2020 Festival was cancelled due to the pandemic, we fully expected to be back for an in-person show in 2021. However, such a large event is no longer possible so instead we present the Pelham Art Festival Online.

Many people are using virtual opportunities in ways we would never have anticipated, we are excited to offer this platform to our artists and community,” explains Festival Chair Heidi TeBrake.


About the Pelham Art Festival – For 34 years the Pelham Art Festival has been promoting original work by Ontario artists and artisans in the Town of Pelham every Mother’s Day weekend. They are recognized as one of the premiere Art Festivals in Ontario and host nationally and internationally acclaimed Canadian artists.

Typically, over 80 emerging and established Ontario fine art artists and artisans, working in an array of disciplines, come together annually to showcase and sell their work directly to the public. Collectively our visitors spend over $50,000 annually on buying art, contributing to the economic prosperity of our participating artists and the cultural vibrancy of Pelham.

Learn more about our mission. Together with our committed and generous community of donors, we celebrate artistic excellence and our artists’ entrepreneurial spirit.

Festival proceeds benefit the Pelham libraries and provide annual scholarships to graduating Pelham students who are pursuing post secondary studies in fine arts from E.L. Crossley Secondary School, Notre Dame College School and to Pelham students enrolled in the Art and Design Program at Niagara College. The Festival also supports various community arts projects. The Pelham Art Festival has proudly donated over $448,000 back to the community to date.

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