- Boys and Girls Club of Hamilton, 71 Sandford, (905.549.2814)
- Hamilton Artists Inc. Map, 161 James St. N., (905.529.3355)
- JAN. 11 COMMUNITY MEETING re: grant possibilities
- LIST YOUR EVENTS -get involved with Hamilton’s new creative visions
- Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts Events 126 James St. S., (905.528.4020)
Category Archives: EVENTS BEING PLANNED
Artists Steve Richman and Aspa Tzaras working with youth at the Boys and Girls Club of Hamilton to create a pilot media arts program enabling youth to tell their stories about growing up in Hamilton.
Members of Hamilton Artists Inc creating a large-scale, physically and virtually interactive, map of Hamilton that will tour the city, allowing residents and internet users to rearrange tiles and create maps of Hamilton that reflect their own experiences of/in the … Continue reading
SHIFT Festival Community Meeting Tuesday, Jan. 11th, 2011 7-9 p.m. at WAHC 51 Stuart St. Hamilton The SHIFT Festival hosts a community participation and information session. Come learn how you can be a part of the festival and how to … Continue reading
On behalf of the Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts, this idea comes from the “Culture for Kids in the Arts, Artasia Project”. One of the main pillars of the Artasia project is to share the voices and ideas of the … Continue reading
An exhibition of artists’ creative imagining and response to the systems and systems of ideas that shape or inform Hamilton and Hamilton-ness. This exhibition will begin in September, 2011 and run until December, 2011. Further details to come.
October 20, 2010 is the launching of the SHIFT Festival Plans. Come out to hear more and give your input. All are welcome! 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Workers Arts and Heritage Centre 51 Stuart St. Hamilton contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for … Continue reading
Mc Master University Events McMaster University School of the Arts Project 1 McMaster University, School of the Arts invites students, workers and artists from the community to work with McMaster art students and faculty on a collaborative project directed by … Continue reading