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Gabrielle Clermont and Karly Boileau | May 8, 2020
#MuseumFromHome DIY is a weekly series from Cambridge Art Galleries with carefully curated content just for you. Join us each week as we explore a... Read More»
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Gabrielle Clermont and Karly Boileau | May 1, 2020
#MuseumFromHome DIY is a weekly series from Cambridge Art Galleries with carefully curated content just for you. Join us each week as we explore a... Read More»
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Gabrielle Clermont and Karly Boileau | April 28, 2020
#MuseumFromHome DIY is a new weekly series from Cambridge Art Galleries with carefully curated content just for you. Join us each week as we explore... Read More»
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Gabrielle Clermont and Karly Boileau | April 17, 2020
#MuseumFromHome DIY is a new weekly series from Cambridge Art Galleries with carefully curated content just for you. Join us each week as we explore... Read More»
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Idea Exchange Art + Design | February 7, 2019
Hit the beat at our biggest party! VOLUME 3: BOOM Saturday, March 2, 2019 8:00pm Idea Exchange, Queen's Square 1 North Square, Cambridge This is... Read More»
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Gallery Attendant | November 12, 2018
Saturday, December 22 - Open Regular Hours Sunday, December 23 - CLOSED Monday, December 24 - CLOSED Tuesday, December 25 - CLOSED Wednesday,... Read More»
Eye On The Square, Lisa Neighbour, 1994.
Gallery | April 1, 2018
Cambridge Art Galleries accepts submissions from Ontario-based artists and artist collectives for the Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance... Read More»
Paul Gauguin, Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, 1897.
Robert Thody, Education Officer | November 17, 2017
Who am I? What do you know about yourself? What do you know about your neighbour? Or co-worker? I was introduced to the Myers Briggs method of... Read More»
ŠTO TE NEMA, Photo credit: Mario Quiroz.
Saša Rajšić, Art Installation Technician | July 12, 2017
ŠTO TE NEMA is a public monument created as a response to the Srebrenica Genocide in July of 1995. Conceived as a participatory nomadic monument, ŠTO... Read More»
Field Station Berlin.
Robert Thody, Education Officer | June 27, 2017
Ruins of Berlin buildings after World War II were piled high onto open ground, away from the city centre. The offensive mountain of rubble was a... Read More»

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