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Art Exhibit- Capture Oakville by The Oakville Camera Club
Date and time
Trafalgar Park Community Centre
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
"Our vision is to contribute to our community’s quality of life by enhancing the enjoyment, appreciation and public profile of the photographic arts."
The Oakville Camera Club focuses on bringing together local photographers of all ages and skill levels to socialize and learn twice a month at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre. A friendly, open club, they feature interesting speakers, photo outings, workshops, peer-critiqued photo challenges and public exhibitions.
Founded in 2006 by Kieley Hickey and Bill Smith, the Oakville Camera Club filled a gap in the local arts community where photographers could share their passion. The club grew from 24 members in the first year to over 100 members today.
Capture Oakville is an annual photography competition open to residents of Ontario. On display is a selection of works from 2016 and 2017.
For more information about exhibiting your artwork visit the Public Art and Exhibitions page at www.oakville.ca
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The Town of Oakville
The Town of Oakville’s Recreation and Culture Department supports the development of the creative and cultural community in Oakville by providing quality programs and services; enhancing community capacity; and increasing access to programs and services. There are a number of active cultural facilities owned and operated by the town, including the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, Oakville Museum and Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre. There are additional town facilities that have cultural use including four community centres, four seniors’ centres and two youth centres. Oakville is a community where culture inspires, engages and thrives and all residents are engaged in meaningful, diverse and accessible recreation and cultural experiences that foster individual, family and community well-being.
The Town of Oakville
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