This Week at KWAG

Exhibitions and Events for the week of 28 November - 4 December

Learn more about art on view at the Gallery this week and anytime by viewing our Current Exhibitions

Family Sunday


Tuesday 29 November

Youth Council, 4-6 pm

Join our peer group for local youth ages 14-21! The Youth Council collaborates on dynamic projects throughout the year, including artwork for Expressions 48, among other exciting initiatives! Youth Council meets at the Gallery every other Tuesday from 4-6 pm this fall.

Participation is free and open to youth ages 14-21. Contact 519-579-5860 x100 or for more information

KWAG Youth Council is kindly supported by TD Bank Group and the Astley Foundation.

Paint and Print, 6-7:30 pm

Explore a variety of materials and learn new art-making skills in the first of a four-week class. Students will experiment with acrylics, watercolours and printmaking techniques to create unique works of art. 

Registration is closed for this class.

Late View: The Gallery stays open late today until 7:30 pm


Wednesday 30 November

KWAG Film Series at KPL, 7-8:30 pm

Free film screenings relating to the themes in our current exhibitions held off-site at KPL Central Library.

The KWAG Film Series is an opportunity to explore celebrated films that resonate with the themes of our current exhibitions through free screenings hosted by the Kitchener Public Library at the Central Library (85 Queen Street North).

Late View: The Gallery stays open late today until 8:30 pm


Thursday 1 December

Walk the Talk: Gallery Tour, 7-8 pm

Join us for a free tour facilitated by a KWAG Artist Educator. Learn more about our current exhibitions, ask questions, and share your insights with others.

Walk the Talk: Gallery Tours are kindly supported by the Gamble Family

Late View: The Gallery stays open late today until 9:00 pm


Friday 2 December

Late View: The Gallery stays open late today until 8:30 pm


Saturday 3 December

Sensory Saturday, 10:00 am-12:00 pm

During these hours, lower light and volume levels have been programmed with the intention of making KWAG a more accessible space for those who require or prefer less stimuli.

Late View: The Gallery stays open late today until 8:30 pm


Sunday 4 December

Family Sunday: Winter Windows, 1-4 pm

Join us at the Gallery with family and friends for free art activities inspired by Emily Pelstring: The Passion of the Hedge-Rider. Learn different kid-safe ways to create art that imitates stained glass, spend time in our reading corner with books generously provided by Kitchener Public Library, and tour our current exhibitions. 

KWAG Family Sunday is generously sponsored by Equitable Life of Canada


Throughout the Week: KWAG Online Auction

Support community programming at KWAG, local businesses and artists, and find great gifts for your loved ones (or treat yourself!). Funds from the online auction will support inclusive programming for our culturally diverse communities.


The KWAG Online Auction is supported by Toyota Canada.




Photo: Family Sunday: Winter Windows, KWAG