art galleries banner

Articles

From the art world at large to the latest in local culture, a series of articles will introduce you to all the latest in art and design. Browse through Our Voice to meet the staff and look behind the scenes. Or take in the Art World News where we highlight what’s happening elsewhere. You can also let us know what’s important to you and find out what others have to say in our Community Voice section.

Share your stories with us and we’ll publish them in Community Voice! Tell us about your experiences with our exhibitions, classes and events, or let us know about your personal encounters with art, architecture and design in your community, or anywhere in the world. Simply fill out the submission form and we'll post your entry.


Search Articles



Browse Articles

Susan Boucher, Roy Austin, Gordon Hatt & Mary Misner at Hugh Thompson's art gallery in 1990-91.
Mary Misner | April 13, 2013
In 2013, Cambridge Galleries celebrated 35 years of public gallery service in the City of Cambridge and Waterloo Region. Cambridge Galleries’ public... Read More»
Beans Balloons installed in the foyer of Queen's Square
Gordon H | April 12, 2013
During the exhibition Big in Japan, Fujiwara Takahiro's BEANS BALLOONS were installed in the foyer. the BEANS BALLOONS were double membrane vinyl... Read More»
Snohetta exhibition opening, School Of Architecture lobby
Idea Exchange | April 1, 2013
When the University Of Waterloo School Of Architecture moved from the main campus to Cambridge, we became partners in a gallery operation within the... Read More»
Queen's Square library & gallery under construction, 1993
Idea Exchange | April 1, 2013
A major expansion of the Queen’s Square library and gallery was completed in 1993, making it possible for the gallery operation to move to the main... Read More»
Photo of gallery entrance: 1978?
Idea Exchange | April 1, 2013
Cambridge Galleries’ public programming in the City of Cambridge began in 1977 with Eric Dewdney as the founding director. The mezzanine on the... Read More»

Pages