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Ontario South-West
Cambridge
1 North Square, Cambridge ON N1S 2K6
Hours: Mon-Thur 9:30-8:30, Fri & Sat 9:30-5:30, Sun 1-5. Holiday closures: Family Day, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, Civic Holiday, Labour Day, Thanksgiving Sunday & Monday, Chrismas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day.
admission: FREE
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Exhibitions & events ... more
Exhibitions & events
Mar 29-May 7, 2017 | opening Wed 29 Mar, 6:30pm:
Generation Yet Unnamed is a new multimedia exhibition focused on art made by youth in Cambridge. The exhibition explores the issues that the future generation of artists, in schools and outside of them, are addressing or questioning in creative ways. It emphasizes how art can shape lives and our youth especially ... more
Generation Yet Unnamed is a new multimedia exhibition focused on art made by youth in Cambridge. The exhibition explores the issues that the future generation of artists, in schools and outside of them, are addressing or questioning in creative ways. It emphasizes how art can shape lives and our youth especially.
May 12-Jun 24, 2017 | opening Fri 12 May, 7pm:
Young Canadian Paintings. This group exhibition of paintings by Canadian artists explores the latest trends in the medium through mysterious and bizarre interpretations of landscape and sculpture. Canadian artists are proving that risk on the canvas is still possible and that paintings can still be young ... more
Young Canadian Paintings.
This group exhibition of paintings by Canadian artists explores the latest trends in the medium through mysterious and bizarre interpretations of landscape and sculpture. Canadian artists are proving that risk on the canvas is still possible and that paintings can still be young.
Oct 31, 2015 - Mar 31, 2017 | opening Sat 31 Oct, 2pm:
Hazel Meyer: "no pressure, no diamonds." A public art project in the Queen's Square lobby that includes large-scale window drawings and a banner that explore the diagrammatic relationship between gesture, instruction, and judgement. Using repetitive techniques that replicate routine, even mundane process of skill acquisition familiar to both athletics and craft, the work considers drawing's connection to other embodied rituals of practice and competition ... more
Hazel Meyer: "no pressure, no diamonds."
A public art project in the Queen's Square lobby that includes large-scale window drawings and a banner that explore the diagrammatic relationship between gesture, instruction, and judgement. Using repetitive techniques that replicate routine, even mundane process of skill acquisition familiar to both athletics and craft, the work considers drawing's connection to other embodied rituals of practice and competition.
Tours are available for school and community groups ... more
Tours are available for school and community groups.
(See also Community Courses – click here ... more
(See also Community Courses – click here).