Join us for the opening reception of our fall season as we present a solo exhibition by Elif Saydam and the continuation of Leisure's exhibition, extended until January 2024. Refreshments and reception remarks will be held in Gairloch Gardens. Everyone is welcome.MORE INFORMATION
Haven't had a chance yet to check out our summer exhibitions? Join us in Gairloch Gardens and enjoy a free guided tour of Timothy Yanick Hunter's Collapse and Incompletion and Julia Brown's American Vernacular.MORE INFORMATION
Experience Oakville Galleries' Outdoor Art & Heritage Tour every Thursday and Saturday at 2 PM!
Experience one of the most loved pieces in the permanent collection of Oakville Galleries, as you walk along the waterfront and flowers at Gairloch Gardens. 𝘈 𝘓𝘢𝘳𝘨𝘦 𝘚𝘭𝘰𝘸 𝘙𝘪𝘷𝘦𝘳, 2000, is a site-specific audio walk by Canadian artist Janet Cardiff. In Cardiff's audio walks, visitors follow audio cues while experiencing a physical environment.
Enjoy a daytime tour of our Winter exhibition, Wolf Tones: A Many-Sided House, led by Curator Frances Loeffler.
Join us for a guided tour of our Winter exhibition, Helen Cammock: They Call It Idlewild, led by Associate Curator and Registrar Theresa Wang.MORE INFORMATION
Join us for our next In Conversation event presented in partnership with Art Address. Artists Sameer Farooq, Helga Lára Halldórsdóttir, and Akash Inbakumar will discuss their art practices in relation to the exhibition DRAFTS: Body and Space Relations at Art Address.MORE INFORMATION
On Tuesday, 4 April, join us for our first In Conversation event of 2023! Artist Helen Cammock will be in conversation with Tara Bursey, Director of the Workers' Arts and Heritage Centre, Hamilton.MORE INFORMATION
In conjunction with the exhibition A Many-Sided House by US-based collaborative group Wolf Tones, cellist Charles Curtis will give a performance in The Studio at Gairloch Gardens on the evening of 15 March 2023.
Ride the ARTbus to discover some of the best exhibitions in the GTHA!
As part of Culture Days, join us for a daytime tour of our Fall exhibition Sascha Braunig: Lay Figure, led by Associate Curator & Registrar Theresa Wang.
Watch the second part of The Artist's Library podcast series produced in collaboration with Art Metropole. Part of the Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair's Classroom program series, this conversation takes up the subject of artist David Hartt's recent poster project for Art Metropole designed as an advertisement for Charmaine Nelson's book, Slavery, Geography and Empire in Nineteenth-Century Marine Landscapes of Montreal and Jamaica.MORE INFORMATION