Winter 2024 Exhibitions at the Town of Oakville

Images: Joan Butterfield, Sacred spiral, canvas giclee (top left & right). Espie Krementsova, I See You in Everything, welded and plasma cut steel (bottom left). Teresa Chan, The Genesis – Collision, ink on rice paper (bottom right).

Join the Town of Oakville as they launch their exciting new winter exhibition series in public spaces throughout Oakville

February 3 – May 3, 2024

Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre

Main Gallery

Corridor Galleries

Youth Corridors

  • Chloe Mooney

Oakville Museum Satellite Space

  • Seven Glorious Virtues

Images: Jess Lincoln, Alcove – Lauren and Tim in the bedroom, oil on canvas in hinged plywood frame (top). Virender Paul Madan, I am Canadian Now, acrylic on canvas (bottom left). Tatjana Arsic, Flowers, acrylic on canvas (bottom centre). Johanna Boffa, Spain – Santiago de Compostela, acrylic on canvas (bottom right).

Town Hall

  • Oakville Museum in partnership with Lieutenant (N) Sean E. Livingston CD – Oakville’s Flower: HMCS Oakville
  • Joan Butterfield, Desire Betty, Omar Hopkinson, and Paul Dias – Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton: In Celebration of Black History Month

Glen Abbey Community Centre

  • Hong Wan – Third Culture

Trafalgar Park Community Centre

  • ArtWorks Oakville – Student Exhibition

Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre

  • Oakville Camera Club

The Main Gallery at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre is open weekdays from noon to 7 p.m. and weekends from noon to 5 p.m.

Corridor galleries are open during regular facility operating hours.

The Town of Oakville celebrates and fosters creativity through exhibitions at town facilities. The exhibition program showcases works in corridor exhibition spaces from diverse artists, including individuals, art organizations, instructors, and students. The Exhibitions Committee reviews proposals for exhibitions twice a year. Annual application due dates are February 1 and September 1. Learn more about application requirements.

Images: Joan Butterfield, Bob Marley 1, tapestry (left). Hong Wan, Third Culture 2, acrylic painting (right).

All Town of Oakville facilities are physically accessible and inclusive spaces.

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

Glen Abbey Community Centre
1415 Third Line
Oakville, ON L6M 3G2

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

Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre
325 Reynolds Street
Oakville, ON L6J 3L5

For more information, contact:

Town of Oakville logo