- 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!
- UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL
- Art Affects Everyone.
- PD Day Camp at KWAG!
- “Imagine a city where…” by Nicole Neufeld, Director of Public Programs
- Hopelessly Devoted @ KW|AG
- KW|AG is hiring for two summer positions! What a great way to gain experience working in a gallery. details here: ow.ly/lkZFy 11 hours ago
- Get experience. The deadline to apply to be an intern through the Canadian Conservation Institute is coming up - ow.ly/lirIk 13 hours ago
- Let your kids' imaginations run wild at KW|AG's summer art camp. What summer is all about. ow.ly/lg3pR 20 hours ago
- The old flooring in the Community Access Space is gone and we are getting ready to start installing the new flooring, exciting! 21 hours ago
- Summer will actually happen this year! Sign up the kids for Summer Art Camp, they will love you forever for it. ow.ly/lg3am 1 day ago
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Back in the day (the mid-18th century day) the education of young women in North America involved learning to create a variety of embroideries. The first project completed by most girls was a sampler of stitches that would serve as a … Continue reading
During the run of our winter exhibitions, we have had a flurry of programming happening at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery. At the end of last month, we heard from Krystina Mierins and Bill Clarke as part of our our Off Topic series. … Continue reading
At a recent Curator’s Circle event, artist Soheila Esfahani talked about the evolution and transitions in her work, leading to her current installation in the Eastman Gallery, My Place is Placeless, part of the Ornamental Boundaries exhibition, which also features the … Continue reading
Fun and silly things are happening at KW|AG for families and children this February and March! Family Sundays * More than 140 Family Sunday fans joined us February 3rd for our monthly Family Sunday program. Family Sundays offer an afternoon of inspiring and innovative … Continue reading
Meeting people is easy! Last week, KW|AG and KPL partnered up to host Meeting People is Easy, a speed networking event at the Gallery. On a Thursday night, a gallery full of attendees working in different disciplines came together to … Continue reading
Lieutenant Colonel Hugh J. Heasley was a prominent Kitchener citizen – K-W Citizen of the Year in 1959. Involved in many local organisations, he was (in 1958-60) the second Board President of the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery. In 1973, we gratefully … Continue reading
Shortly before our holiday break this year we had an unforgettable visitor come in to see our most recent show, Ecotopia, guest curated by Amanda Cachia. This show featured contemporary art, and explored environmental conservation and the contrasts of architecture … Continue reading
Check out the inventive projects we’ve got planned for our PD Day Camps – coming up soon on January 18, April 19 and May 31. For the January 18 camp, kids ages 7 – 9 make paper owls, starting with … Continue reading
Do you ever wonder what would happen if creativity took hold of a city? We certainly do at KW|AG, so we decided to host a conversation about how active citizenship can shape our urban environments. We invited a small group … Continue reading
At the end of November, KW|AG hosted our first ever karaoke night, Hopelessly Devoted. In addition to belting out some classic hits, many attendees visited our video confessional booth to reveal their secret celebrity crushes. Check out their confessions below: … Continue reading