Explore the Town of Milton’s active community of arts and culture and discover how we promote and support the talents of artists in our community.

FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton

The FirstOntario Arts Centre Milton is an interdisciplinary arts venue that builds and supports cultural vitality in our community. They offer arts programs for all ages and skills levels. View the Holcim Gallery or check out the latest shows and events.

Arts Milton

Arts Milton offers local artists and organizations professional development workshops and networking events. They also run The Friendship Project, the Summer Days performance series, and Milton Culture Days activities.

Laurier Milton Lecture Series

Attend the Laurier Milton Lecture Series to discover the latest research, analysis and ideas from leading academics.

Milton Film Forum

Enjoy an intimate movie-going experience at the Milton Film Forum. The Milton Film Forum is presented in partnership with the Toronto International Film Festival Film Circuit and brings the latest independent, international and Canadian films to Milton.

Milton Room Showcase

The Milton Room is a space for meetings that features the work of our local artists. Exhibitions run for three months, beginning in September, December, March and June.

Gallery Exhibition Request

Rental fees and services

The $30 rental fee includes:

  • Support installing artwork
  • Printed labels for your artwork
  • Website promotion
  • Artwork insurance for the length of your exhibition
You’ll also have an opportunity to host an opening reception. Please note that an additional fee may apply.

Virtual tour

Take a virtual tour of the Milton Room in Town Hall.

Public art

Check out the Town of Milton’s collection of Public Art, which includes paintings, mosaics, murals, sculptures, carvings and more.

Sports Hall of Fame

Explore the Milton Sports Hall of Fame to discover the rich sports history, accomplishments and contributions of our community. 

Walk of Fame

Milton's Walk of Fame recognizes the achievements of successful Miltonians.  Each Walk of Fame inductee is permanently recognized in the glass corridor that links the historic Town Hall.