- Campers Say the Darndest Things
- A Breath of Fresh Air: Notes from the Venice Biennale
- 1 Biennale, 88 Countries: Notes from the Venice Biennale
- Venice or Bust: Notes from the Venice Biennale.
- PD Day Camp is Around the Corner.
- A Fresh Approach to Embroidering
- Inspiring Talks and Activities at KW|AG
- The Mapping of a Quest
- Ever-growing Cities, Doughnuts & Silly Faces…Oh My!
- Meeting People is Easy!
- 5 pm today is the deadline to apply for the position of School Programs Coordinator. All the info you'll need is at ow.ly/m9KEc 18 hours ago
- KW|AG Launches Limited Edition Print Sale | Jon Sasaki Commissioned for First in the Series #constantcontact conta.cc/11vwxwh 23 hours ago
- RT @canartca: Jon Sasaki produces special edition for @kwartgallery - "A Quarter Inch Square of a Tom Thomson Painting" https://t.co/Z0IDXw… 1 day ago
- Venture into the vault, a behind the scenes view of our permanent collection. Sun June 23, 2-3, FREE, but register at ow.ly/lYvfg 1 day ago
- Almost a quarter of KW|AG's fabulous Black&Gold Gala tickets are sold already- event is Oct 24 -so get yours today! ow.ly/m6Hy0 1 day ago
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Monthly Archives: October 2010
KW|AG’s co-op student Marina channeled her own Close Encounter in anticipation of tonight’s free screening of Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Although created in our kitchen, Marina’s interpretation of the popular locale was quite authentic. Continue reading
Have you come across one of Kitchener’s many public art installations and wondered about its origins and story? Developed for Magnetic North Theatre Festival, presented by the City of Kitchener and KW|AG and created by artist educator Nicholas Rees, this … Continue reading
It was really, really hard to go home empty handed at last night’s Black & Gold Gala. Between the swish weekend packages, gift certificates and wonderful art on offer, the evening was a blissful retreat into retail therapy and, as … Continue reading
On October 2nd, fans congregated to say good-bye to Product of Eden, a temporary outdoor exhibition by local artist Mary Catherine Newcomb. Featuring squash that were nurtured from seeds into baby-like creatures, Product of Eden saw Mary Catherine tending her … Continue reading
Last night’s Cultural Exchange at THEMUSEUM was a success with over 50 attendees. Candidates vying for regional council or wards 9 or 10 each presented a 3 minute speech, then joined one of the 10 + tables for a 3 … Continue reading
In 1985 Edward Burtynsky held his first solo show at KW|AG. Today he was named the biennial 2011 MOCCA Award in Contemporary Art Winner. Although not formally presented until April , the award celebrates Burtynsky’s “extraordinary body of photography that … Continue reading
Wendy Guymer-Tutt, one half of the Princess Cinemas team and a film studies scholar, talks to us about sci-fi, Bambi and escapism in advance of her introduction of KW|AG’s October 29th screening of Close Encounters of the Third Kind. What … Continue reading
This week the Gallery is gearing up for Thursday’s annual Black & Gold Gala. Every available nook and cranny is stuffed with live and silent auction items, programs, signs and boxes temptingly deemed as off limits. The Gala steering committee, … Continue reading
THEMUSEUM will host A Cultural Exchange with Regional Candidates from Kitchener and Ward 10 for an informal discussion of arts and culture on October 20th at 7 pm. Ten candidates have confirmed along with a stellar panel of special guests … Continue reading