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Prints, Drawings, and Installations
by Heather Franklin

September 8-29

Opening September 8th, 5:30-7pm

Join us!


Musical Mornings

The Performance Space (2nd floor)

Tuesdays, 11am -1pm

September 19, 26, October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31

Calling all Moms, Dads, Grandparents and little people that love to sing and make noise! This all generations program is just for you. Featuring Meghan Bunce singing and playing piano, this interactive class really works the room.

Drop by! Stay as long as you like! Bring a snack and explore the space!

Destination ART

Destination Art promotes regional artists and writers through the public display of visual artwork and poetry on the exteriors of bus and ion stations in Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo and inspire the public; pedestrians, drivers and commuters with accessible arts for the everyday, whether it be a haiku or poem or thought for the day; or a small collage or landscape painting to refresh the viewers soul.


An opening reception will be held on August 2nd; admission is free and all are welcome.


Val Thomson, writer; June Horwich, artist



Jennifer Janik's exhibition explores the emotional journey from isolation and disconnection to finding new and innovative ways to foster connections and a sense of togetherness despite the barriers imposed by the pandemic. Through her art, Janik invites viewers to reflect on their own experiences and emotions during the Covid lockdowns and to discover the redemptive power of human connection and resilience.


Through this exhibition, photographer Mark Walton begins an exploration of his (and our) complicity in cultural genocide. Starting with memories growing up in Winnipeg to fathering two non-identifying Mohawk sons, the exhibition ranges from childhood fantasy to cold realization.


Shown: Complicity II

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Button Factory Arts is inviting visual artists and writers to present their original works for sale.

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