The Carnegie Gallery is a not-for-profit gallery and shop which has been operated by the Dundas Art and Craft Association since 1980. Situated in the heart of historic downtown Dundas, Ontario, Canada, it is housed within the 1910 Andrew Carnegie Building, which was once the town’s public library.

The Carnegie Gallery Shop features a diverse selection of fine art and craft created by its regional Artist Members. We offer a variety of original items including ceramics, glass, jewellery, textiles, woodwork, paintings, prints, collage, photography and much more. Some items are also available for purchase online.

The Main Gallery features monthly exhibitions by primarily regional and national contemporary artists. The Barber Atrium and Lower Level Gallery offer further exhibition space for visiting and member artists.
Admission to the Gallery is always free.

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The Carnegie is pleased to present the innovative textile work of Fuzzy Mall. These large scale fabric collages are driven by the desire to celebrate the simple pleasures of everyday activities in contrast to the volatile events reported in our broader media landscape. The artist brings these snapshots to life through the complex piecing of colour and pattern. A native of Pittsburgh, this is his second solo exhibition at the Carnegie. All images are available to view on our website along with prices. Contact the Gallery to purchase or if you have any questions.”– Carnegie Gallery 2021.

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