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The Gallery helped celebrate the Multicultural Festival this weekend in Victoria Park. More than 800 people (cats, tigers, butterflies and pirates included) packed our tent to create Memory Boxes. Kids used the template we provided to construct their boxes. They … Continue reading
It was all smiles and laughter aboard the Steel Rail Sessions train Friday night. Hundreds came out for the train ride from Waterloo to Elmira. KW|AG was on train car #1 with the karaoke event “A Total Eclipse of the … Continue reading
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There are just over two weeks left to catch the Gallery’s current exhibitions Emotional Blackmail and Situational Comedy – both close on July 8. We sat down with Milutin Gubash, the artist behind Situational Comedy, to ask him about his work: Q: … Continue reading
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Jennifer Bullock joined the Gallery at the beginning of the month as our new Assistant Curator/Registrar. Jennifer, a Kitchener native, returned to the region after spending four years working at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery. Now that she’s back she’s … Continue reading
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Join us at Princess Cinemas in Waterloo this Wednesday or Thursday night for the screening of “Gerhard Richter Painting.” The documentary offers a glimpse into the life of the artist and his creative process. Aside from the many shots of … Continue reading
The summer issue of Canadian Art features a review of KW|AG’s 2011 fall exhibition, The Limits curated by Crystal Mowry. We are so thrilled to be included in the issue and wanted to share. The Limits was not only a … Continue reading
The Gallery hosted its second Off Topic discussion on Wednesday, May 23. We invited two speakers from two very different backgrounds – Dr. Margaret Toye discussed the politics of love and broadcaster Mike Farwell discussed sincerity and emotion in the media. … Continue reading
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Nine teens from across Waterloo Region came together to form the KW|AG Youth Council in March. Since then, we’ve been busy writing, drawing, cutting and pasting a collaborative zine and planning our Teen Night event on June 12! The event … Continue reading