In celebration of Sikh Heritage Month, Peel Art Gallery Museum & Archives, located in downtown Brampton, is offering free admission for both adults and kids during the month of April.

Free admission gives you access to PAMA’s current art exhibits and the archives and all Sikh Heritage Month events throughout April. Check out the full list of events and exhibits below.


Rupy C. Tut: A Journey Back Home

Discover emerging American artist Rupy C. Tut’s personal journey back to the real and imagined home of her childhood through which she explores ideas of displacement and identity. Rupy C’s artist talk will be held on Sunday, April 22, 2 p.m.

Lost Heritage: A Sikh Legacy in Pakistan

This exhibition of photographs reflects Singapore-based Amardeep Singh’s deep connection to the land of his ancestors – a connection that impelled him to travel to Pakistan in 2014 to re-trace the movement of the Sikhs eastward and to document their journey.





Peel Through the Photographic Lens

Explore exciting new additions to the Peel Archives’ collections. Discover a wide range of remarkable, rarely seen photographs of Peel, captured by prominent local photographers Al Betts, Betty Odlum, and Ron Duquette.

Winter Sports in Peel

The Region of Peel Archives, inspired by the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, is highlighting Olympic events from luge to curling, as played in Peel. “Winter Sports in Peel” shows citizens engaged in winter activities, which also shows the more communal, unassuming beginnings of sports greatness. Everyone starts somewhere, whether on a rink at a city centre, or evenings out at the curling hall.

Find out more about Peel Art Gallery here.