So What’s a Story Meeting?
This is when each respective media outlet assembles their news and current affairs teams to review and discuss what stories, segments or features they are going to cover and why.
This is YOUR opportunity to pitch your story to the mainstream media in our community.
When? Thursday, May 24, 7pm
Where? The Hamilton Spectator Auditorium (44 Frid St, Hamilton)
Cost? None! More »
WAHC presents our newest Labour Lounge in solidarity with the Hamilton Wentworth Elementary Teachers Local Teachers jobs have been in the spotlight due to ongoing contract negotiations with the Province.
The event aims to highlight the many talents of our Hamilton Elementary School teachers and to recognize their enormous contributions to our community. More »
The conference is comprised of speakers, workshops, information displays and opportunities for dialogue. All are welcome to participate in this collective process of knowledge sharing and community building.
The conference takes place on Saturday, January 28th, 2011 at Mohawk College. More »
Join us for a party to raise some funds for the Green Party and have a great time doing it! The event will be hosted by Peter Ormond, the Hamilton Centre GPO Candidate, and will include great music by the band, Fry Truck.
There will be food and a cash bar, as well as the opportunity to participate in our “100 people x $100″ (or more) fundraising challenge. More »
S H A D O W P R O J E C T
to mark the 66th anniversary
of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Friday, August 5, 7-9 pm, Hamilton City Hall.
Bring family, friends and pets to help cover the City Hall grounds with body outlines that symbolize the vaporized victims of the atomic bombs. Chalk supplied, Information: Bryce Kanbara (905) 523-7754 bkanbara (at) gmail (dot) com More »
The City of Hamilton’s Rapid Transit team invites you to our upcoming Public Information Centre (PIC). This is your chance to:
- Review existing and future considerations for the A-Line Corridor.
- Discuss potential land use planning and rapid transit opportunities and issues along the A-Line corridor.
- Learn about the next steps as we continue to move Hamilton forward.
- Add your voice – make sure your concerns are being heard. More »
Art Gallery of Hamilton’s T.N.T. (Thursday Night Talks) presents
Restore, Repurpose or Replace:
What happens when a building gets old?
The timely topic of architectural heritage is up for discussion as the Art Gallery of Hamilton T.N.T. (Thursday Night Talks) series presents Restore, Repurpose or Replace: What happens when a building gets old? on Thursday, April 28 at 7:00 pm at the AGH, 123 King Street West, downtown Hamilton. More »
Learn more about the City of Hamilton’s renewed Arts Awards Program. Â After a two-year hiatus, the annual award program has expanded from 6 to 11 categories with an increase in award money to artists from $6,000 to $38,500!
The City of Hamilton Arts Awards program has been recognizing the contribution of local artists in our community since 1976. This program is managed by the City’s Culture Division in conjunction with the Arts Advisory Commission (a Council appointed, volunteer citizen committee). Since it’s inception over 50 artists in multiple disciplines have been honoured.
Currently the City is reviewing the program in order to ensure that it remains relevant to and reflective of our growing arts community, remains a priority project for the municipality, and makes effective use of City and community resources.
We want you to be part of that process. More »
On Saturday February 6th, Hamilton will see it’s first BY-LAW CRAWL, at 1 PM beside the remains of the Century Theatre. Please be advised that the date and time of this event have been changed from the original time and date (Friday Feb 5th at 7 PM). More »
Researchers say creativity enhances learning but school art programmes continue to diminish.Â Join us on Thursday, October 8 at 7:00 pm as the Art Gallery of Hamiltonâ€™s TNT (Thursday Night Talks) presentsÂ Frill or Competitive Edge: Is Art the Future? at the AGH, 123 King Street West, downtown Hamilton. More »
OUR CITYâ€™S URBAN FUTURE
Public Meetings for the new Urban Hamilton Official Plan
The Economic Development and Planning Committee is holding three Public meetings (under the Planning Act) to consider draft policies and mapping for the new Urban Hamilton Official Plan for the lands shown on the map below.
The Official Plan is the long term planning vision for the urban development of Hamilton over the next 20 years (until 2031). More »
Join in the effort to help the victims of the Abruzzo earthquake. www. hamiltonearthquakerelief.ca
Cheques or cash accepted in person at the McMaster Downtown Centre, 50 Main Street East. More »
The summons reads as follows:
being an officer and director of â€¦â€¦.the owner of premises known as16 Steven Street, in the former City of Hamilton, now the City of Hamilton, located in a district of the said City zoned â€śDâ€ť did permit an unlawful use of the premises: namely, live performance theatre and art gallery offering works for sale to public, which uses contravene Section 10(1) of City of Hamilton By-Law 6593, as amended……
This charge carries a fine of $50,000.00 and $25,000.00 a day if convicted. REZONING COSTS COULD EXCEED $200,000.00
FixOurWorld invites you to
Hamilton EcoArts Festival
Earth Week Festival Launch: Tuesday, April 21. Feature Film: “Manufactured Landscapes”
Musical performers: Kim and Frank Koren. Venue: The Pearl Company. Doors open 6:30, Film 7:30 pm
Art Gallery of Hamilton Presents: Wed, April 22. Feature Film: “Flow: The World Water Crisis” Guest Speaker: Lynda Lukasik, Environment Hamilton. Venue: Empire Jackson Square 6 Cinemas. 630pm. More »
Art Gallery of Hamiltonâ€™s TNT (Thursday Night Talks) presents:
CREATIVE CITIES: Can the Arts Save Hamilton?
Cities everywhere are looking for ways to regenerate themselves.Â Join us on Thursday, April 23 at 7:00 pm as the Art Gallery of Hamiltonâ€™s TNT (Thursday Night Talks) presents Creative Cities:Â Can the Arts Save Hamilton? at the AGH, 123 King Street West, downtown Hamilton. More »
On Saturday February 28, 2009 at 2:00 and 8:00 pm, the Sixth Annual RevWear (a.k.a. Revolution Wear) fashion show takes over the runway in the name of community action. Two shows this year, at The Pearl, 16 Steven Street. Call 905-524-0606. More »
Heritage Art Contest Workshop
Sunday January 18 from 1:30- 4:30pm
Suggested donation of $5.00 appreciated
This workshop is planned to assist Grimsbyâ€™s Heritage Advisory Committee in their ongoing efforts to promote community heritage through the 5th annual Heritage Art Competition. The 2009 Competition is about the stories, natural spaces, people and places that join our past to our present and make Grimsby unique. Find a story, a place, a person in Grimsbyâ€™s past that interests you and start creating! More »
Defacing Our City Hall: A Rally for the Protection of Hamilton’s City Hall
Saturday, November 22, 2008 @ 11am
71 Main St. W. – Directly in front of Hamilton City Hall
Hamilton City Hall, an internationally recognized, and designated, example of the International Style of architecture, is in danger of being defaced – forever. More »
Art exhibits, Saturday moning market, Saturday night jazz. monthly reading series, Thursday THE SEEN open stage, at the
Sky Dragon Centre, 27 King William Street, between James and Hughson
For more information: 905-777-8102 or (firstname.lastname@example.org) kevin (at) skydragon (dot) org
Summary of events follows. More »
The Ripple Effect Eco Film Festival would like to thank everyone that has contributed to our efforts in pulling this incredible initiative together. Including the many volunteers and incredibly talented performers, Video Technology Team, the Earth-Mobile Team, the Funky Bike Team, and all other contributers that have assisted with this exciting endeavor. More »
We are offering a five-day film festival during Earth Week 2008. The launch will take place on April 22nd, and feature films will be screened at various locations in the downtown core. Please verify the schedule of events and times. The week will conclude with a wrap-up celebration party at the SkyDragon Centre on April 26th.
Click on poster image for details.
Art Gallery of Hamilton T.N.T. (Thursday Night Talks) presents Local Media: Voice of the Few or Mouthpiece for the Masses?
Join in an engaging panel discussion of the importance of local media as Art Gallery of Hamilton’s T.N.T. (Thursday Night Talks) presents Local Media: Voice of the Few or Mouthpiece for the Masses? on Thursday, April 17 at 7:00 pm at the AGH, 123 King Street West, Hamilton. More »