Tour Cambridge's art studios this month

Sep 16, 2015

Get to know Cambridge’s art scene a little better with Timbercreek Communities’ guide to the Cambridge Centre for the Arts. Timbercreek’s Cambridge apartments at 204 Hespeler Road are located in a bustling community only minutes from recreational facilities, entertainment, great schools, shopping, dining options and more.

What is the Cambridge Centre for the Arts?

The Cambridge Centre for the Arts is a municipally operated community arts centre TC Cambridge Artsthat provides quality programming through workshops, art shows, classes, a full time gallery, special events and more. The Cambridge Centre for the Arts is located in the heart of downtown Cambridge and is a five-minute drive from Timbercreek’s 204 Hespeler Road Community. This local arts centre also includes a gift shop, pottery studio, five program spaces and an auditorium.

The Cambridge Centre for the Arts offers an exciting selection of programs that are taught by highly qualified arts educators in a variety of disciplines. There are also drop-in programs, workshops and special events available.

Upcoming Events:

Art Gallery Showings

There are three upcoming gallery showings for 2015. They include:

  • Defining Language, James Olley, September 3-October 9
  • 14th Annual Juried Exhibition, October 23-November 20
  • Studio 30 Annual Exhibition, November 25-December 19

Kid’s Programs

Three of the Centre’s most popular children’s programs include “Going Green with Your Sewing Machine”, Pottery for Kids and Drawing & Painting. These programs are available for kids aged nine to 13 and are designed to get kids in touch with their creative side. The kid’s programs at Cambridge Centre for the Arts are available year round, including during the summertime, after school and during March Break.

Drop-in Programs for Adults

Drop-in programs for adults include a Pottery Studio, Life Drawing, Ballroom Dancing, Sewing and Quilting classes and much more. Classes typically take place at night from 6:30 p.m. onwards during the week. These classes and workshops are a fun way to explore your more artistic side and to make friends in the process.

The Cambridge Centre for the Arts is a local hub of creativity and entertainment just waiting to be explored. For more information please visit us at www.timbercreekcommunities.com.

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