Gallery4 Annex: March 2019

photo of a wooden tower

Recreation by Anh Dao 

The first designation of land intended for recreational use were royal hunting parks in 1000 BC. By the Middle Ages, "deerparks" were used for recreational hunting by English aristocrats, while walled gardens housed plants from distant colonized lands. The ornamental garden was an aesthetic expression of beauty, a display of taste and wealth in civilized life. Recreation looks at peripheral moments of interactions with structures created to pre-determine how landscapes are experienced.


Gallery4 Annex is located on Circuit 4.0 (4th floor Central Library) and provides space for community organizations and individuals to share their works.

Upcoming exhibits at Gallery4 Annex

  • April - Cheryl-Ann Hills
  • May - Janice Kovar
  • June - Donna Waxman and Hamilton Council on Aging
  • July - Clear Eyes 
  • October - Tom Reaume


*Please be advised that sometimes, due to unforeseen circumstances, artist line-up and/or exhibits can change at the last minute. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

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