Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery
On Giving Tuesday, we are offering BOGO FREE memberships for new Gallery members at the Voting Member Level. Makes a perfect gift for the person who has everything, for art lovers or for someone who is curious about culture. Voting Members ($50-$249 annually) are a core group of dedicated donors whose support allows us to cultivate dynamic experiences through meaningful engagement with the arts for as many community members as possible.
Voting Members enjoy exclusive member previews for exhibits, receive the KWAG newsletter via direct mail, receive a tax receipt for the full value of their donation, receive reognition on the Gallery's donor wall, in the annual report and in a yearly donor thank you ad in The Record. You can participate with a vote at the AGM, take advantage of reciprocal admission at more than 90 other galleries through the Ontario Association of Art Gallerys and receive 10% off purchases at Curry's Art Supply.
As little as $10 a month is all it takes to be part of our monthly donor program. Monthly giving through auto debit or credit card payments, is an easy way to support the 100+ FREE and low-cost programs that the Gallery offers year-round for children, youth, adults, seniors and families in our community. Monthly donors receive a tax receipt for the full amount of their donation at the end of the year.
If you have any questions, please call Jennifer Laurie, Development Officer, 519-579-5860, x221 or email [email protected]
Through thoughtful and engaging programs the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery (KWAG) connects people and ideas through art. The Gallery's exhibitions and programs are built on the mission that art is the catalyst for shared experience, dialogue and imagination. The Gallery emphasizes contemporary art, often premiering works by Canadian and international artists. Exhibitions frequently draw upon selections from the 4 000-work permanent collection to provide a forum for dialogue. KWAG plays a vital educational role in the community, offering a full spectrum of artistic experience for adults, children and families alike. Established in 1956 and operating within Centre In The Square, KWAG is the oldest and largest public gallery in Waterloo Region: roots in the community, eyes on the world. KWAG is a registered charitable organization, and is open to the public seven days a week, and open late in advance of Centre in the Square's evening events. The Gallery receives approximately 40,000 visitors annually, including 6,500 students through school tours and workshops.Donate now