The University of Waterloo Art Gallery (UWAG) presents its latest exhibition, The Closer Together Things Are, exploring the space between difference and similarity that arises from intense observation.
Join the Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre, St. Paul's University College, for a traditional Pow Wow, including dancers, drummers, craft and food vendors, Indigenous artists, and more.
St Paul's University College presents the 2017 Stanley Knowles Humanitarian Lecture, featuring Patrick Meier speaking on Humanitarian Robotics in Action.
Economic growth can be extraordinarily rapid in developing countries. But it is often uneven, leaving whole segments of society behind. Such unevenness can serve to both inspire and frustrate, and so lead to social conflict even as overall economic conditions improve.
The Waterloo Centre for German Studies and partners present award-winning Austrian pianist Anna Magdalena Kokits, who will play a selection of modern and classical pieces as part of her coast-to-coast tour during Canada 150.
Women have far too often been forgotten, overlooked, and marginalised in Austria’s official historiography—a fact that lends all the more importance to this exhibition’s attempt to survey the past 200 years in light of the biographies of important Austrian women.
As we recognize 150 years of Confederation, this lecture series explores Canada's past, present, and future. These are free public lectures brought to you by the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University, in partnership with Waterloo Public Library and the City of Waterloo.
Deanna Bowen is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice includes films, video installations, performances, drawing, sculpture and photography.
Through interactive exercises, this three hour workshop will provide men with the tools to become better versions of themselves.
The exhibition The Closer Together Things Are, currently in the University of Waterloo Art Gallery (UWAG), is co-curated by Shannon Anderson and Jay Wilson and featuring the work of artists Kathleen Hearn, Laura Letinsky, Ève K. Tremblay, Micah Lexier, Dave Dyment, Luke Painter, Rhonda Weppler/Trevor Mahovsky, Chris Kline, and Roula Partheniou.