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"Canada's most beautiful arts centre"

The Alton Mill is home to some 25 studio artists, unique shops , galleries, and a heritage museum, while the industrial-chic ambiance makes it the perfect venue to host your event . 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".

Come by and check out new artwork, workshops, shows, and more! 

Our regular hours are Wednesday through Sunday and Holiday Mondays from 10 am to 5 pm. 

2024 Fire & Ice Photo Competition Winner

Our 2024 2024 Fire & Ice Photo Competition has come to a close and we recieved so many wonderful submissions, thank you to everyone who entered. 

Congratulations to Fred Hunsberger for his amazing shot featured here! We can't wait to see next year's submissions.

From the Heart

Headwater's Arts newest show "From the Heart" features 20+ artists and 30+ pieces. Read more about the show and what to do in Orangeville!

Thank you from the Alton Mill

We would like to extend a huge thank you to all the volunteers, staff and sponsors that made Fire & Ice 2024 possible! Fire & Ice is possible thanks to the continued support of the community and the arts.

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Fire & Ice 2024 Photo Competition

Our annual Fire & Ice Photo Competition is back! Submit your best photos from the festival this year for a chance to win and amazing prize filled witth local goods! Learn more to find the submission like, or find it here on the Fire & Ice 2024 page. We can't wait to see the festival through our communitites lens.

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Seasons: Deb Menken Solo Show

For Deb Menken, painting is just as much, if not more, about the journey as the destination.
Right now, and until January 28, Menken is exhibiting her solo show “Seasons” in Gallery 104 at the Alton Mill Arts Centre. 
Read more about her process and inspiration in this article by Zachary Roman of the Caledon Citizen.

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Artist in Residence: CJ Shelton

Congratulations to our resident artist CJ Shelton for being featured as Artist in Residence in In the Hills magazine. Read more about her beautiful works in the free physical copy or find the online article here.

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