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- May 22 is open house Wed for Box 12 artists, @ WalterFedy, 5-7, 675 Queen St. S Kitchener ow.ly/lgbZa 7 hours ago
- Hope everyone had a fantastic Victoria Day! KW|AG is getting ready for another busy wknd with a Plant Sale on Sat. and Gallery Tour on Sun. 7 hours ago
- @jobrunnerkw fantastic! There's lots of great work to hear about during the tour of the exhibitions. 7 hours ago
- Free Gallery tour, Sun May 26, 2 -3 pm. Learn more about the artwork, get feedback on your questions, or give your feedback about the show. 8 hours ago
- Next Family Sunday is June 2nd. A great way to spend the day together looking at art and making your own one-of-a-kind artwork. 11 hours ago
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2011 City of Kitchener Artist in Residence Sean M. Puckett has launched his Portrait of Kitchener project, a year long quest to “attend events and create consistently styles portraits documenting the people that make up the community that is Kitchener”. … Continue reading
Tuesday night, February 15, at 7:00, at Kitchener City Hall, Kitchener councilors are discussing whether or not to continue to support sustainability funding for the arts in Kitchener. The sustainability fund was established last year to help ensure the long-term … Continue reading
Gallery Registrar Cindy Wayvon gave Eleanor, our Development Associate and I a sneak peek of her picks for Mayor Carl Zehr’s office at City Hall. Curated from the permanent collection, Cindy’s selections worked with themes of urbanization, regional significance and … Continue reading