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Current Exhibitions

MAY 2021
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MAY 2022

Traveller, many hidden moons ago…

An Outdoor exhibition on until May 2022 Traveller, many hidden moons ago… is a series of work by Toronto-based artist, Akshata Naik. These works were inspired during a global pandemic by thoughts around travelling to another planet, universe, space, light, fantasy and the curiosity of the unknown… This is an attempt at exploring the curious […]

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OCT 2021
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SEPT 2021

REVERBERATIONS | Our Rock and Soul Legacy

Who knew some of music’s great ‘holy #%&!’ moments happened right here in KW? REVERBERATIONS: Our Rock & Soul Legacy takes you to the Waterloo hardware store where the Guess Who wrote American Woman, and to the backyard where Supertramp- during the peak of their fame- played an impromptu poolside concert (neighbours called the cops). You’ll hear how […]

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JUN 2022
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JAN 2023

SPECTRUM | The Five Senses

On Exhibition Until January 15, 2023 SPECTRUM | The Five Senses brings together the work of international, Canadian, and local artists, as well as some favourite THEMUSEUM interactive exhibits for a fun-filled, multisensory experience. Immerse yourself in art that ignites your five senses, and helps you to make sense of your world!       […]

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JUN 2022
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FALL 2022

Climate Refugees Exhibition 2022

On Exhibition Until Late Fall 2022 Due to the growing climate crisis, recent years have brought about a new kind of refugee that hasn’t been seen before: Climate Refugees. These refugees have been forced to leave their homes due to the impacts of climate change in their native countries.  Featuring photography from Vlad Sokhin’s project […]

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