HALTON HILLS, ON – Two new exhibitions are opening at the Town of Halton Hills Cultural Centre in July. In the Sisnett Lobby, The Power of Six will be presented from July 22 – September 22. The show features the work of six Ukrainian-Canadian artists who share a common interest in exploring those moments in life that invite visual expression. See work from: Maria Antoniv, Alexander Gutyrya, Nataliya Laluq, Oleh Nedoshytko, Ihor Polishchuk and Roman Zuzuk.
On view in the Helson Gallery from July 30 – October 13 is the Halton Black History Awareness Society’s (HBHAS) Emancipation Art Exhibition. The show features ten artists who examine the concept of freedom in a diverse array of paintings, sculpture, photographs and textiles. See work from: Joan Butterfield, Amber Carroll, Anna-Maria Dickinson, Georgia Fullerton, Ian Grant, Sheryl Keen, Katrina Lindo, Jennylynd Jones, Lisa Meecham and Rachel Natalie.
“Our Cultural Centre provides an excellent venue for a variety of informative and thought-provoking exhibitions,” said Mayor Rick Bonnette.
The Helson Gallery is located at 9 Church St., Halton Hills and is open Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1 – 5 p.m. and Thursdays from 1 – 8:30 p.m. Please note, the Gallery and Cultural Centre are closed on Sundays during July and August.
About the Town of Halton Hills
The Town of Halton Hills, with a population of approximately 60,000, consists of two urban centres, Georgetown and Acton, the Halton Hills Premier Gateway employment area, three hamlets – Glen Williams, Stewarttown and Norval and several smaller settlements. Halton Hills has long been recognized for its natural beauty, active agricultural community, high quality of life and proximity to major centres, including Brampton, Mississauga and Toronto. The Town is ranked as one of the top small communities in Canada by a national magazine. Visit haltonhills.ca.
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