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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.
Credit Valley Artisans Open House
Date and time
Directions: Enter the parking lot, Walk towards the large building , but take the path on the left up the hill to the smaller building - "The Cottage". There is limited parking up the hill for those who need closer access.
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
Art, Printmaking, Weaving and Stained Glass are accessible. Pottery is on the lower level so is not accessible by wheelchair.
For most artists, the time that we spend at our crafts is isolated. We create in order to share our view of the world with others - we all need to share and learn from our peers in order to progress and grow.
In 1975 Halton Hill's Recreation & Parks Department offered to the small Cottage located in Cedarvale Park in Georgetown as a place where local artists could join into one permanent association. The “Credit Valley Artisans” (CVA) was then formed and since then four groups, namely the Heritage Hand Weavers and Spinners, the Palette and Pencil Guild, the Potters and Sculptors Guild, and the Stained Glass Artisans have worked together under one roof.
Come visit our studios, meet our artist members, watch our demos, and try some hands on activities. All ages welcome.
Credit Valley Artisans
. The “Credit Valley Artisans” (CVA) consists of the Heritage Hand Weavers and Spinners, the Palette and Pencil Guild, the Potters and Sculptors Guild, and the Stained Glass Artisans sharing studio space in Cedarvale Park in Georgetown Ontario.
Throughout the year, the CVA organizes art classes and workshops for the Halton Hills' community, and holds annual Sales at the Cedarvale Cottage.