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Kitchener-Waterloo

Grand Opening September 27, 2020

Waterloo Regional Children's Museum

Located in the historic former Goudies department store building in the heart of Kitchener, the Waterloo Regional Children's Museum is unlike any other facility in this country. It is a place where art and technology meet and - what is most exciting about the concept - where the outcomes of the activities are open ended. This unpredictable nature of the experience promises to promote genuine creativity and discovery.

Waterloo Regional Children's Museum

KOR Gallery & Studios has three gallery spaces contained within the multi-functional art centre. They are three distinctive art galleries presenting some of the regions most exciting emerging artists as well as established and visiting artists.

KOR Gallery & Studios

Homer Watson House & Gallery

The Homer Watson House & Gallery is the homestead of Homer Watson, Canada's first noted landscape artist (1855-1936). The Gallery, constructed in 1906, is one of the oldest operating galleries in the Province of Ontario.

Homer Watson House

Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery

The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery is Canada’s national institution dedicated to the public education and enjoyment of contemporary clay, glass, stained glass and enamel art.

Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery

Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery

Permanent collection is made up of over 3,000 works focusing on Canadian contemporary and historical works of art. Within the collection is a large number of works by Homer Watson, Painters Eleven, and many regional artists.

K-W Art Gallery

Harbinger Gallery

Since 1987 Harbinger Gallery has encouraged established and emerging contemporary Canadian artists by providing them excellent opportunities to showcase their work in harmonious surroundings. All media are represented: painting, prints, glass, clay, jewellery, fibre, metal and sculpture.

Harbinger Gallery

Peter Etril Snyder Gallery

For thirty-five years, Peter Etril Snyder has demonstrated his versatility in paintings of Mennonite country life as well as in scenes from across North America and Europe. This Mennonite-reared, Waterloo-born artist has exhibited his style through original paintings, murals, limited edition reproductions, collector plates, books and posters.

Peter Etril Snyder Gallery

Cambridge Galleries

Cambridge Galleries are a part of the Cambridge Public Library system with art exhibition spaces at the Queen's Square and the Preston locations. Together, the two galleries host approximately 17 exhibitions per year reflecting a range of local, regional, provincial, national and international developments in contemporary and historical visual art.

Cambridge Galleries

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