Arts Centres

Multidisciplinary community centres that display or sell local artist’s work; provide studio, living and/or office space for artists; offer access to artist/artisan demonstrations, workshops and classes that focus on any of a wide variety of art forms; provide indoor or outdoor venues for plays, poetry readings, musical performances, book discussions and other special events; do outreach to schools and other community organizations; and offer other services that make the arts more accessible to the community.

 

Services

A community museum and arts centre that offers exhibitions, workshops, educational programs, digital projects, and community events that explore perspectives in labour history, social justice, and contemporary labour issues.

A historical building in Hamilton that houses the Workers Arts Heritage Centre.

A community museum and arts centre that offers exhibitions, workshops, educational programs, digital projects, and community events that explore perspectives in labour history, social justice, and contemporary labour issues.

Location of Hamilton Artists Inc., an artist-run centre committed to the presentation, dissemination and support of contemporary visual arts practice, exhibits emerging and mid-career artists both locally and from across Canada.

An artist-run centre committed to the presentation, dissemination and support of contemporary visual arts practice, exhibits emerging and mid-career artists both locally and from across Canada. 

Offers a range of art exhibitions and events as well as:

An artist-run centre committed to the presentation, dissemination and support of contemporary visual arts practice, exhibits emerging and mid-career artists both locally and from across Canada.

Location of The Factory Media Centre, a not-for-profit artist-driven resource centre dedicated to the production and promotion of creatively diverse forms of independent films, videos, and other streaming multimedia art forms. Offers a number of exhibits, screenings, and workshops.

A not-for-profit artist-driven resource centre dedicated to the production and promotion of creatively diverse forms of independent films, videos, and other streaming multimedia art forms. Offers a number of exhibits, screenings, and workshops.

Engages newcomer and local students in gaining technical artistic skills and the fundamentals of art. Program provides two semesters of art education every year which focus on elements of design in disciplines such as: painting, pottery, dance, music, and wood-burning.

Location of the Immigrant Culture and Art Association, a non-profit agency the joins efforts and expertise with other community partners to provide programs and services targeted at introducing, promoting, and preserving the cultural, and artistic expressions, experiences, and abilities of immigr

A non-profit agency the joins efforts and expertise with other community partners to provide programs and services targeted at introducing, promoting, and preserving the cultural, and artistic expressions, experiences, and abilities of immigrants to enrich Canadian society.

An open arts studio where street-involved youth can begin to reconnect to themselves, others, and their community through the creative arts while gaining valuable life and work skills.

A program of Shalem Mental Health Network.

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