Beaux-Arts Brampton is a not-for-profit artist-run centre.
Our aim is to raise the profile of the visual arts in the community of Brampton.
We accomplish this goal by:
*Providing a venue for visual artists to display and market their art.
*Providing studio space for individual artists.
*Providing a shared space for members and non members to work and teach.
Beaux-Arts Brampton is a not-for profit artist-run centre that serves as Brampton's central hub for artists of all ages and skill levels. The centre unites nearly 100 members in the spirit of nurturing creativity together.
Beaux-Arts Brampton features two beautiful and spacious galleries plus a bright & functional classroom/workshop on the ground floor of the Robson Block Building in downtown Brampton. On the second level there are seven artist's studios and a Hallway Gallery.
Operating successfully since 2002 with the support of the City of Brampton, the Brampton Arts Council, a Trillium Grant, our many sponsors and dedicated volunteer members, we are a celebration of "Artists Working Together."
At 70 Main Street North, located conveniently near the Go Station, City Hall and The Rose theatre, visit Beaux Arts Brampton on your next trip downtown. It'll revitalize your soul.
Reagan Hayward, Executive Director
Sarah Beamish, Arts Administrator
Call with questions 905.454.5677 or email:
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