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Hamilton Arts Hamilton Arts

Your connection to the arts!

Founded in 1969 and incorporated in 1973,  Arts Hamilton is one of the oldest and second largest community arts councils in Ontario. We are a not-for-profit agency that works to educate the residents of the Hamilton area on the importance of the arts and to promote our viable cultural community to the region. We are an arts organization that strives to be equitable in both definitions of the word "culture".

We have over 150 volunteers working in different capacities such as:
Board of Directors, fundraising, committee work; Visual Arts, Literary, Together in Dance, Craft, and Performance, clerical and office help.

http://www.artshamilton.ca/
 
 
The Hamilton Public Library The Hamilton Public Library

Links to quality sites on a wide range of subjects (Arts and Crafts).
http://www.myhamilton.ca/public-library
 
 
Hamilton Arts on the Web Hamilton Arts on the Web

The Staircase Cafe Theatre is part of the arts community in Hamilton Canada and beyond. This list is supplied so that people can get in touch with those arts groups that have web pages.
http://www.staircase.org/local.html
 
 

Art Gallery Of Hamilton Art Gallery Of Hamilton

Founded in 1914, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is Ontario's third largest public art gallery and owns one of the finest collections in Canada. The Gallery has three major collecting and programming strengths as seen in its 8,500+ permanent collection: 19th-century European, Historical Canadian and Contemporary Canadian.

In October 2003, the AGH began a major renovation project, transforming an aging building into an international art destination and safeguarding art works from the leaks that plagued the building. Designed by Hamilton-born and raised architect Bruce Kuwabara, the $18 million recladding and revitalization project is funded by the Canada-Ontario Infrastructure Program (through the Governments of Canada and Ontario), the City of Hamilton, Dofasco, and the generous support of corporations, foundations and individuals.

http://www.artgalleryofhamilton.com/

 
 
McMaster Museum of Art McMaster Museum of Art

The McMaster Museum of Art is a cultural resource for many communities.
http://www.mcmaster.ca/museum/
 
 

The Carnegie Gallery The Carnegie Gallery

2005 marks our 25th anniversary

The Carnegie building, located at 10 King Street West in Dundas, opened in 1910. It was the site of the town's first library and was funded by a donation from American industrialist, Andrew Carnegie, and the citizens of Dundas. Today it plays a central role in the historic character of the Valley Town. In 1980 it became the home of the Dundas Art & Craft Association, a non-profit organization, and the spirit of community education and service has been continued.
www.carnegiegallery.org

 
 
Burlington Art Centre Burlington Art Centre

The Burlington Art Centre has thrived as a vital focal point for the visual arts since 1978. It is the seventh largest public art gallery in Ontario and attracts over 100,000 visitors from Burlington, the Bay Area, Toronto, and across Ontario and the U.S.A.
http://www.thebac.ca/
 
 
Dundas Valley School of Art Dundas Valley School of Art

The Dundas Valley School of Art is an independent art school which has serviced the Hamilton/Wentworth Region for over 35 years. DVSA offers a wide spectrum of activities in the visual arts.
http://www.dvsa.ca/
 
 
Stoney Creek School of ArtStoney Creek School of Art

High quality art programs with low student to instructor ratios for kids, teens and adults.
http://www.stoneycreekschoolofart.com/
 
 
Ontario Arts Council Ontario Arts Council

The Ontario Arts Council (OAC) was established in 1963 to foster the creation and production of art for the benefit of all Ontarians.
http://www.arts.on.ca/
 
 
Ontario Craft Council Ontario Craft Council

As a dynamic, member based, not-for-profit arts service organization, the OCC exists to significantly grow recognition and appreciation of craft and craftspeople by building a strong, talented, distinctive craft community and acting as an advocate on its behalf.
http://www.craft.on.ca/
 
 
Art Gallery of Ontario Art Gallery of Ontario

Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is now the 10th largest art museum in North America, with a physical facility of 486,000 square feet.
http://www.ago.net/navigation/flash/frameset.cfm
 
 
Canadian Art Canadian Art

Developed specifically for the Canadian Artist, artincanada.com is a powerful Art Marketing tool that surpasses traditional marketing, bringing your work to the attention of the entire world.
http://www.artincanada.com/
 
 
Sculptors Society of Canada Sculptors Society of Canada

Sculptors Society of CanadaFounded by some of the most prestigious sculptors in Canadian art history, the Sculptors Society of Canada has been exhibiting and raising the profile of sculpture in Canada for more than 75 years.
http://www.cansculpt.org/
 
 
Glass Art Association of Canada Glass Art Association of Canada

The Glass Art Association of Canada is a volunteer, member-run organization. We offer Canadian glassmakers, students, collectors and interested individuals a communication network through the publication of Contemporary Canadian Glass, our quarterly journal, GlassWire, our Internet-based electronic newsletter, and our web site.
http://www.glassartcanada.ca/
 
 
World Wide Arts Resources World Wide Arts Resources

The largest site for contemporary art, art news, art history, contemporary artist and gallery portfolios, online since 1995
http://www.absolutearts.com/
 
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