Top left - Jack Jackowetz, Top right - James Nye,
Bottom left - Sharyn Seibert, Bottom right - Chantal Zettel
Join us for AP NOW!
Avant-garde Visual Art selected from 25 Art$Pay & Guelph-Wellington Artists.
Special surprise cocktails created in response to the art by the Grand Trunk Salon Mixologist - included in your AP NOW! Waterloo event ticket!
Joanne Poluch, Remarque Art Consulting, Event Facilitator
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Featuring the work of: Melissa Bourque, Michele Braniff, Susan Campbell, Andrea Deering, Dominique Cinq-Mars Delay, Deborah Dryden, Mark Essner, Anne Filiatrault, Dennis Gaumond, Jane Hamilton, Kathryn Hernden, Jack Jackowetz, Annette Kraft van Ermel, Michael ManChoi Chow, James Nye, Amber Pacheco, Carmen Peters, Christina Preece, Roslyn Ramsay, Erika Ross, Sharyn Seibert, Elvan Konedrali Suzer, Annette Twist, Ralf Wall, Trevor Waurechen, and Chantal Zettel Read More
Art$Pay's "Hire an Artist" has been featured on the WR Manufacturing Innovation Network's Blog. Art$Pay will have pamphlets available at the MIN booth on the May 9th Manufacturing Summit! Read More
MakeIt Kitchener interviews Cathy Farwell, visual artist and the driving force behind ArtsPay, about the mission and goals of this new non-profit service for artists in the Kitchener/Waterloo/Cambridge region. Read More
It’s tax time! CRA returns are due April 30th. Heather Huston, Rockway Tax, is familiar with visual artists’ tax returns, comes recommended and has some capacity for new clients! Read More
WalterFedy, an integrated architecture, engineering and construction firm, is into their sixth year of an innovative ‘art in the workplace’ program. Curator-in-residence Amy Roger has been hired to curate and install local artwork in a series of exhibitions in their Kitchener offices. The artwork is for sale, the artists are paid for art rental. The staff and visitors love the stimulation of changing artwork. Kudos to WalterFedy, a great role model! “The Art District” exhibition runs Feb. 14 to April 26 with opening Mar. 9 email@example.com Read More
Public artworks are being commissioned by the Region to add interest, character and colour along the ION light rail transit route. The Region has awarded 10 artworks, some to local artists, to populate the LRT route.
The first seven artworks will be created and installed to be ready for the opening of ION in 2018. The creation of the three additional artworks will be based on the timing of the specific projects.
“This is the Region’s largest single investment in public art, and will almost double the number of public artworks on Regional property,” said Regional Councillor Tom Galloway. “The selected artworks provide an opportunity to share our community stories and will support the evolving character and culture of the central transit corridor.” Read More
A must-go show for art collectors is coming to the Region! The Ferrari 500 is a unique art sale featuring art from 12 of our local artists. Why is it unique? Every piece of art in the show is priced at $500.00 or UNDER, and 10% of the proceeds of all sales go to benefit Button Factory Arts.
It’s a one day only event, and will race by like...a Ferrari…so mark your calendars: Friday, February 24 from 4:00pm to 9:00pm at Button Factory Arts at 25 Regina St. S., in Waterloo. Read More
Artists from Waterloo Region are invited to participate in the Second Annual “Filling the Palette” Art Show and Sale on Friday, May 5, 2017 in the warehouse of The Food Bank of Waterloo Region! This juried art sale is being organized in support of The Food Bank of Waterloo Region. Seventy-five percent (75%) of the sale price of sold artwork will go directly to the artist, and 25% will be contributed to The Food Bank. Read More
FLASH is a community-based initiative to celebrate and elevate the art and science of photography in Waterloo Region through events, public displays and visits from world-class practitioners.
The FLASH event, on January 27th at the Tannery in Kitchener, will feature a digital exhibition of more than 50 images selected by a jury from more than 450 submitted by 165 amateur and professional photographers during an open call last month. In recognition of the value of their work, all FLASH contributors are paid an exhibition fee.
To learn more about the headlining artists, visit their website http://flashwr.ca Read More
Leadership Waterloo Region was one of the first local organizations to offer a mutually beneficial fundraising approach with original art. Over the years they have featured the work of emerging artists from across the region. The juried art exhibitions are their annual Fire & Ice Gala provides artists with an opportunity to show and sell their work. Eighty percent of the sale price of artwork goes to the artist, and twenty percent to Leadership Waterloo Region.
Since 2005, Pamela Rojas has worked with local organizations and businesses around Waterloo Region to create colourful murals that have since become eye-catching landmarks for our community members and recent newcomers. Her works celebrate diversity, the experience of newcomers to Canada, seasons and nature. Recently and in partnership with Swan Dust Control, Pamela finished a beautiful mural at the corner of Regina St. and University Ave. W. To learn more, visit the Pomegranate Mural Collective.
Did you know… Perimeter Development Corporation is long time and loyal visual arts supporter? This dynamic development company makes arts events like the BOX Art Show & Sales and Steel Rails happen, hire regional artists to work on their projects, buy local artwork at to hang in their offices and commercial spaces, and more! Read More