Spring/Summer Exhibition Season

Images clockwise from top left: 1. Douglas Bryan K, Maitland I, 2016. Oil and graphite on canvas, 59” x 30”. Photo courtesy of the artist. 2. Installation view of Oakville Arts Studio’s 9th Anniversary Exhibition, 2018. QEPCCC Main Gallery. Photo courtesy of QEPCCC. 3. Matthew Catalano, Breaking the Gel, 2018. Digital print on canvas, 48” x 24”. Photo courtesy of the artist. 4. Installation view of Oakville Quilters Guild Member’s Exhibition, 2018. Photo courtesy of QEPCCC.

Join the Town of Oakville at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre (QEPCCC), Town Hall and Trafalgar Park Community Centre (TPCC) for the launch of the Spring/Summer Exhibition Season

QEPCCC Main Gallery

Oakville Arts Studio Launches 10th Anniversary Exhibition of Student and Instructor Work
June 1–21, 2019
Main Gallery Hours: noon to 7 pm. weekdays and noon to 5 p.m. weekends

Oakville Arts Studio showcases work made by participants in their studio, including painting, sketching, illustration and mixed media. This annual event highlights the creativity of their students while learning skills from talented artists.

QEPCCC Display Area Gallery

June 15–October 18, 2019
Douglas Bryan K – Venial Spaces

Venial, according to Christian Theology, denotes a transgression that is not regarded as depriving the soul of divine grace, or forgiveness. Venial Spaces is a collection of paintings from a period of the artist’s life where the idea of divine forgiveness was difficult to compress and accept; a mere concept rather than a part of reality—an outer space rather than an inner one. Part of this questioning wound up bleeding into the works on display at QEPCCC.

Fuzzy Mall, George Qua-Enoo, 2018. Reclaimed fabric, thread, 34”x40”x3”. Photo courtesy of the artist.

QEPCCC Corridor Galleries
June 15 – October 18, 2019

TPCC Corridor Galleries
June 21 – October 20, 2019
Virender Paul Madan – Rain, Rain

Town Hall Corridor Galleries
June – August 2019 – Art Teachers Exhibition

Oakville Museum Display, QEPCCC
What’s Your Type: Typewriters and Textiles
This exhibit pairs typewriters and sewing machines produced between 1875 and 1975. They form part of the Oakville Museum’s permanent collection and were donated to the Museum, in the vast majority, by women and both devices have been predominantly associated with women throughout history. The pairing of the instruments provokes questions about the status of work tools used by women and how the devices may help tell the stories of the women who owned and used them. Interesting facts emerge about the technological advances, societal roles and design history of the tools as material objects.

Display area and Corridor gallery hours are open daily according to the open hours of the town facility.

The Town of Oakville celebrates and fosters creativity through exhibitions at town facilities. The exhibition program showcases creative work reflecting the wide range of local artists, including work by individuals, art organizations, instructors, and students. Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre (QEPCCC) and Trafalgar Park Community Centre offer FREE corridor exhibition space. The Exhibitions Committee reviews proposals for exhibitions twice a year. Application due dates are February 1 and September 1.

More information on our galleries can be found here.

All town facilities are physically accessible spaces.

Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
2302 Bridge Road
Oakville, ON
L6L 2G6

Trafalgar Park Community Centre
133 Rebecca Street
Oakville, ON
L6K 1J5

Town Hall
1225 Trafalgar Road
Oakville, ON
L6H 0H3

For more information contact: