RiverBrink Art Museum is a collecting and exhibiting art museum open to the public since 1983. Museum programming and operating is supported by the Weir Foundation, private donations, volunteers’ fundraising, and admissions fees. Specific exhibition and education projects receive additional support from federal, provincial and municipal sources. The museum’s exhibitions and educational offerings change annually. RiverBrink serves local, regional communities and tourists to Niagara.
RiverBrink Art Museum interprets Niagara and Canadian heritage and culture. It serves a regional to international audience by enhancing knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts.
A common regional heritage through the visual arts.
We value and uphold: ethical stewardship, professionalism, respect and collegiality, and creating value for the community.
Header Image Detail Credit: Tom Thomson, Sketch for the Jack Pine c.1916, Collection of Samuel E. Weir ©RiverBrink Art Museum
RiverBrink Art Museum Inc.
116 Queenston Street
P.O. Box 266
Queenston, ON Canada