CALLING ON ALL ARTISTS CREATIVES AND ASPIRING ARTISTS – DUE BY JUNE 25TH Shannondale Developments has completed the fencing of the Electrohome Site at 152 Shanley. They are asking us to turn the fencing into a neighbourhood/community art project and have installed 10 panels to display neighbourhood artwork. We are expecting that you will be … More Your ultimate summer project is here!
Uh… fun!! Our neighbourhood is so lucky! Sandra Dunn, of Two Smiths, is creating the public art piece that will be installed in the green space at the corner of Guelph & Weber Street. And we can help!! The piece is a 50’ long public art sculpture commissioned by the City of Kitchener – of … More Community Forging Event
Copyright: Juanita Metzger After all the disheartening tree removal of the past few weeks, I was overjoyed to find this beautiful mosaic art in our midtown Mount Hope neighbourhood. Like any piece of art, it prompts a lot of questions…. Is it a tribute to the disappearing mature trees? Is it a commentary on trees … More A new tree grows in Midtown
KW Library of Things is excited to be a part of #12days4good campaign starting December 10, 2018 and hosted by Kindred Credit Union. First launched by House of Friendship, this social media campaign invites local communities to give back through simple good deeds for 12 consecutive days in December. In the spirit of good deeds and do-it-yourself gifts, … More 12days4good at KW Library of Things
I travelled around England recently and was reminded again how almost every house has a name, in addition to its street number address. Marlborough House, Rose Cottage, Selwyn Flats, Leicester Manor,… your get the idea. They were usually named after the person who built them or a landscape feature of the area. Which is why … More If your house had a formal name, what would it be?