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Inspirational Comic Book. Photo Credit: Alfonso Espinos, 2016.
Robert Thody, Education Officer | December 5, 2016
When I was 6 years old, I saw a comic book which was a mash up of lots of cartoon characters: Bugs Bunny, Popeye, Mickey Mouse and many others. It... Read More»
Fibreworks 2016 (exhibition opening), 2016. Photo: Brian Duggan.
Gallery | November 24, 2016
Cambridge Art Galleries is currently accepting submissions for the following: Cambridge Art Galleries accepts submissions from Ontario-based artists... Read More»
Ontario Museums Association Conference. Photo Credit: Aidan Ware, 2016.
Aidan Ware, Gallery Director | November 18, 2016
Recently I attended the Ontario Museums Association Conference in Mississauga. The conference, themed Towards the Future: Diversity & Inclusion... Read More»
Structural Impressionism. Photo Credit: Jack Winn, 2016.
Amanda Langis, Gallery Assistant | November 18, 2016
Last month, I had the privilege and delight of curating Structural Impressionism, a large solo exhibition by Jack Winn, at Fringe Custom Framing and... Read More»
Saša Rajšić, Art Installation Technician | October 3, 2016
Once I heard a science fiction story in which Earth was facing its ultimate end and the only way for humans to survive was to migrate to the next... Read More»
Robert Thody, Education Officer | September 22, 2016
On Killarney Lake: Impression As the fiery orb descended, a hideous dark wrapped its murky curtain across the heavens, engulfing the last sparkle of... Read More»
Amanda Langis, Gallery Assistant | August 19, 2016
On August 12th, 2016, a wonderfully designed crop circle was reported appearing overnight in a wheat field in the village of Ansty in southwest... Read More»
Aidan Ware, Gallery Director | August 5, 2016
Last week we stood impatiently at the loading dock as the delivery truck backed in, our cell phones poised with photo apps focusing. This was the big... Read More»
Iga Janik, Curator of Contemporary Art | July 21, 2016
Taking a couple weeks off to not worry about work is important for everyone. For me, it’s the only opportunity to peel back layers of project... Read More»
Rail Station in England. Photo Robert Thody.
Robert Thody, Education Officer | July 4, 2016
On a recent trip to London, England, I entered a haze of dust and confusion, much like the ION light rail service construction in Kitchener/Waterloo... Read More»

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