On Friday, October 25, 2019, the Hamilton Arts Council, as part of the Building Cultural Legacies project, presented Radical Space Making: an evening of art, dialogue and dance. At a secret location revealed to be 98 Vine St., community members came together to celebrate the radical influence that visual artists have had on shaping the city. At this one time only pop-up event, Bryce Kanbara, Cees & Annerie van Gemerden, Leon ‘Eklipz’ Robinson and attendees responded to a series of questions exploring the role of the arts in shaping the city. DJ Smooth Transitions played tunes as diverse generations connected, friends old and new danced, and we celebrated the strength of Hamilton’s art community.

Presented by the Hamilton Arts Council in celebration of their 50th Anniversary and the upcoming launch of the Building Cultural Legacies project on December 6th at the Art Gallery of Hamilton.

Click here to view the Facebook event page, and here to view a PDF of the Media Advisory Radical Space Making: A Community Engaged.