Audience Survey

Dear members, artists and community at large, As we navigate the circumstances imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, we are exploring new ways of adapting and offering our programs. We are seeking your input to help us determine where your interests lie, what tools and technologies you have access to, and how we might offer our programs to reach as...

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Watch Nahed Mansour in Conversation with Swapnaa Tamhane Video Documentation

This video is documentation of an online conversation between Nahed Mansour and artist and curator, Swapnaa Tamhane which took place on Instagram live on April 29, 2020. Mansour and Tamhane discussed Mansour’s recent exhibition at Hamilton Artists Inc., Little Egypt Doesn’t Dance Here Anymore, and further expanded on the themes explored in Tamhane’s essay, The Many Appearances of Little...

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Hamilton Artists Inc. Stands Against Anti-Black Racism and Police Brutality

Dear Inc. community, We are joining with so many others in calling for justice for Regis Korchinski-Paquet, D’Andre Campbell, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Jason Collins, Eishia Husdon, Stewart Kevin Andrews, Ahmaud Arbery and the many other Black and Indigenous people who have died at the hands of police. Many Canadians think racism and police brutality are only American problems,...

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Thank You to Outgoing Board Member, Sally McKay!

We would like to recognize Sally McKay, who recently resigned from our Board of Directors after a dedicated tenure as Co-Chair of the board and representative for the NEW Committee. Sally’s remarkable commitment and insight will leave a lasting impact on our organization! In all things, she has highlighted the importance of collaboration, inclusion, and anti-oppression. Sally has been...

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Meet Julia Huynh, Project Archivist

Hamilton Artists Inc. was lucky enough to work with Julia Huynh, our Project Archivist over the last six months. Read on to learn more about Julia’s experience and her amazing work in our archives! Working with the Hamilton Artists Inc.’s archive was a great way to intimately learn about Hamilton’s unique local art history. I was genuinely surprised to...

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Hamilton Artists Inc. COVID-19 Closure Notice

Dear Community Members,  In an effort to help contain the spread of COVID-19, The Inc. will be temporarily closed until further notice. This decision is due to continued developments and recommendations from our public health officials. We are watching the news closely and following the lead of many other institutions with the interest of everyone’s health and safety as...

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Public Health and Safety Notice, COVID-19

Dear Community Members, In recent news about Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Hamilton Artists Inc. would like to assure its visitors that we are taking a proactive approach to reduce the risk of exposure. Measures include providing hand sanitizer on site at our facilities, and increased cleaning of commonly touched surfaces. Should there be any disruptions to our regularly scheduled programming...

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Wet’suwet’en Solidarity: Invasion Film Screening and Discussion

Invasion Film Screening and Discussion Wednesday, March 4, 2020 from 7:00-9:00 pm The Wet’suwet’en are calling for solidarity actions from Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities who uphold Indigenous sovereignty and recognize the urgency of stopping resource extraction projects that threaten the lives of future generations. Hamilton Artists Inc. has a moral obligation to support the rights and sovereignty of the...

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