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Arts and Culture

This listing features arts and cultural non-profit organizations in the Hamilton Area. Including arts groups, galleries, museums, cultural advocacy and other arts and culture related web sites.

Native Plant Sale

April 23rd, 2016 at the RBG Rock Garden Parking Lot. 9AM-12PM Purchase native plants, trees and shrubs for your garden from many of the region’s native plant vendors

Brian Lee Griffith Guitar Bursary

This bursary is set up in the memory of Brian Griffith and is intended to foster Rock, Jazz, Funk and Blues inspired music with an emphasis on improvisation in Hamilton and the surrounding area.

Canadian Orpheus Male Choir

The Canadian Orpheus Male Choir (COMC) is a registered charity that was was founded in Hamilton in 1977. The COMC sings in 4-part harmony, giving concerts to support charitable causes, to promote community-building, and to entertain.

Hamilton Arts Council

An not for profit organization committed to connecting artists, creating opportunities and inspiring change.

Manta Contemporary

Manta Contemporary is a contemporary art gallery in downtown Hamilton featuring emerging & established artists.

Centre3 for Print and Media Arts

Centre3 (formerly known as The Print Studio) facilitates a community of printmakers and new media artists and creates a strong print and new media arts culture that has become recognized regionally, nationally and internationally.

Shooting Star Theatrics, Inc.

Shooting Star Theatrics is a non-profit Hamilton theatre company that is working to bring quality, Broadway-style shows to our community at an affordable ticket price.

James North Art Crawl - Hamilton

Join the James North Art Crawl on the second Friday night of each month, galleries keep their doors open until late, so visitors can explore and chat.

Textures Craftworks - Hamilton Arts and Crafts

Textures is an award-winning Arts and Crafts collective located in Hamilton on Locke Street in Hamilton.

Art Gallery of Hamilton AGH

The Art Gallery of Hamilton is one of Ontario's largest public galleries. The AGH collection is focused in four main areas: Canadian Historical, Contemporary, European Historical and the Irving Zucker Sculpture Garden.

Hamilton Artists Inc.

Formed in 1975, "The Inc." was part of the first wave of artist-run centres that were popping up across the country. Now, nearly 300 artists, art lovers and cultural workers from Toronto to Guelph to St. Catharines belong to the group. The

Art by Amber Delaney

Amber Delaney is a British born artist living in Hamilton, Ontario. She works in many mediums, and specializes in portraiture and still life. Amber has had work exhibited in Hamilton and in Brighton, England.

Workers Arts and Heritage Centre

The Workers Arts and Heritage Centre has a mandate to preserve, honour, and promote the history of all working people. The WAHC is located in the Custom House in Hamilton Ontario.

Design for Good

Design for Good is a community of creative, passionate thinkers and doers who share the belief that creativity has enormous power for change and that strong design can move people and get results. We work with socially and environmentally responsible

Community Centre for Media Arts

The Community Centre for Media Arts (CCMA) a not-for-profit full service media design house, assists community based agencies in realizing their media potential as well as a Youth Media Arts Initiative.

McMaster University, School of the Arts

The School of the Arts offers programs and instruction in Fine Art, Theatre and Film, Music and Art History at McMaster University. Student performances include Theatre and Film's Fall Major Production and Winter/Spring Honours Performance

Design Hope

A socially conscious group of architects/designers from competing firms, has come together to form Design Hope, a project that raises awareness of and funds for homelessness.

Canadian Philharmonic Orchistra

The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, established in 1949 is the successor to several prior orchestras that have flourished in Hamilton since the 1890’s. The HPO grew to become one of Canada's major professional orchestras until 1996, when financial p

Hamilton Literacy Council

Do you help your kids with homework? Many parents in Hamilton wish they could. The Hamilton Literacy Council helps adults to improve their basic reading, writing and math skills. If you can give 4 hours per week we will train you for a life-changing