Monthly Archives: August 2012

DodoLab Exhibition Explores Kitchener’s Future

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There are just a few weeks left to catch the Gallery’s current exhibitions including the engaging exhibition Light Motives: an exploration of Kitchener’s past future and future past , created by art group DodoLab. To mark the City of Kitchener’s … Continue reading

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UW Fine Arts Student Explores KW|AG

Laura Snider, a Fine Arts student at the University of Waterloo, spent a few months at KW|AG this summer as part of an experiential learning class. The class enables Fine Arts students to gain valuable work experience within an art-related … Continue reading

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The City of Big Shoulders

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By Crystal Mowry, KW|AG’s Curator of Exhibitions and Collections A trip to Chicago brings the certainty that one will return with a sore neck. But that’s a good thing. When visiting a city with such a rich urban history that … Continue reading

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Bursting with KW|AG Creativity at Open Streets and Kids’ Club

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We love getting out in our community and this past weekend was no exception. The Gallery took part in Kids’Club at the Market on Saturday with the Kitchener Public Library. Despite the rain, or perhaps because of it, tons of … Continue reading

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Adventures in Camp

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Summer Art Camp has seen a flurry of activity with young artists eager to try their hand at a variety of different art projects. We’re just finishing up the fifth week with one more adventurous week to go. Some of … Continue reading

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Creativity Climbs Walls at Summer Art Camp

There are just two weeks left of Summer Art Camp. Check out this video to see just one of the many projects our campers worked on last week.

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Block Party Brings Neighbourhood Together

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By Emily Gove, KW|AG & KPL Community Programmer More than 400 friends and neighbours of all ages came out Saturday afternoon to rock the block with us and the Kitchener Public Library! Visitors filled Civic Square Park between the Centre … Continue reading

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