at 263 Phillip Street, Waterloo, N2L 3W8
University of Waterloo (UWAG)
The University of Waterloo Art Gallery (UWAG) was established in 1964 and is located in East Campus Hall (ECH), adjacent to the Fine Arts Department. UWAG engages both the campus and community-at-large with an annual slate of exhibitions featuring recent work by significant emerging and mid-career artists from across Canada and abroad. The exhibitions program strikes a critical balance by remaining responsive to our vibrant regional arts scene while exploring aspects critical to the expanded field of contemporary art as they occur on a national and international level. In 2010, the gallery was renovated and revitalized by Director/Curator, Ivan Jurakic. Our exhibitions, opening receptions and events are free and open to the public. Regular gallery hours are Tuesday to Saturday from noon to 5:00 pm or by appointment. Located in East Campus Hall at 263 Phillip Street off of University Avenue West, behind University Shops Plaza. Use South entrance to ECH across from Engineering 6. Limited meter parking is available behind ECH. Visitor Parking is available daily in Lot E6 and Lot E5 or Lot B after 3:45 pm. Cost $5.00 Contact: Ivan Jurakic, Director / Curator 519.888.4567 ext. 36741 email@example.com
1021 FB users likes Uwag Waterloo, set it to 3 position in Likes Rating for Waterloo, Ontario in Museum/Art Gallery category
Today is the last day to see YES! 2015! Make plans to visit UWAG and The Artery Gallery today 12-5 PM.
It’s Thursday, April 2nd and we are now open until 5 PM today. It is also your last chance to view YES! 2015 on a Thursday, featuring the artwork of UW’s graduating Fine Arts class of 2015. Bring your friends and family to check out the exhibition on view at UWAG and The Artery Gallery in East Campus Hall, you won’t be disappointed!
This is the last week to catch YES! 2015. We are open today until 5 PM and we look forward to seeing you here at UWAG and The Artery Gallery. The exhibition closes Saturday, April 4.
It's sunny but cool outside and nothing will warm you like taking in YES! 2015 today! We are open until 5 PM so come down, bring your friends and take in the exhibition on view at UWAG and The Artery. All are invited and admission is FREE.
What an amazing time and vibe at the Yes! Year End Show 2015 opening reception! Thank you to all who made the exhibition a success and to those who came out to support the talented Undergraduates of UW's Fine Arts Department. A huge pat on the back to all of the students in the exhibition, congratulations! This is just the beginning! To those who couldn't make it out tonight, please don't miss seeing the exhibition which runs through to April 4th. We are open Tuesdays to Saturdays, 12 - 5 PM and all are welcome and there is no admission charge.
Johannes Zits continued performing Looking For Guides To An Alternative today from 12 - 4 PM. You can see his progress in the photo in the previous post. It was wonderful to visit and converse with Johannes and we're sorry if some of you couldn't make it. Our last performance to take place in the Arts Quad at 12 PM tomorrow will be Friend or Foe #4, performed by Terrence Houle. Meet us at UWAG tomorrow by 11:30 AM where our guides, Zana and Laura will lead visitors to the performance.
Looking For Guides To An Alternative was performed yesterday by Johannes Zits from 12 - 4 PM with many watching the artist and others conversing with him as he methodically cut his suit jacket into strips to weave into something else. Join us today again as we watch Johannes continue his performance. Meet us at UWAG by 11:30 AM where guides, Zana and Laura will lead visitors to the performance.
Another stellar day at This Could Be The Place with Swinging Suitcase by Jessica Thompson! How often do people get to swing and twirl with a suitcase to yield the sweet sound of birdsong? Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 4th and Thursday, June 5th at 12 PM, Johannes Zits will perform his Looking For Guides To An Alternative. As per usual, meet us at UWAG by 11:30 AM where our guides Zana and Laura will lead you to the performance each day.
This Could Be The Place kicked off today with the sensational, Egg Stock, by Lisa Birke. This Could Be The Place continues tomorrow, rain or shine, with Jessica Thompson's Swinging Suitcase. Again, meet us at UWAG by 11:30 AM where our guides will lead you to the performance.