Grebel Gallery

The Grebel Gallery is located in the heart of the Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement and is part of the vibrant artistic community in K-W. Totaling approximately 700 square feet, it is also central to the Centre for Peace Advancement's strategic commitment.

Johonna and Julien discuss Ken Daley's Songs of Freedom painting

The Centre for Peace Advancement is committed to being a place to craft, record, map, and perform the stories of peacemaking. A place to give voice to others. The Gallery is a welcoming display and exhibit space for visual art and media, for receptions, small workshops, and small coffee houses or concerts.

The Grebel Gallery hosts 2-4 exhibits per academic year

Are you part of a class, youth group or community group looking to engage in critical discussions on peace and justice? The Centre for Peace Advancement is pleased to provide private tours for groups or individuals at no charge. Contact the Grebel Gallery Coordinator Teresa Edge to learn more.

Learn about past exhibits. Admission is free.

Wednesday, July 3, 2024 - Thursday, October 31, 2024 (all day)

Signs of Peace: A Retrospective of Peace Posters

Featuring over 40 posters from organizations and initiatives connected to Conrad Grebel University College, this pop-up exhibit encourages viewers to reflect on the messaging and design work that goes into inspiring peace action.

In an era of abundant digital images, what do we remember - and what can we learn - from this genre of peace communication?

Thursday, November 7, 2024 - Friday, February 21, 2025 (all day)

Resurfacing: Mennonite Floor Patterns

Artist Margruite Krahn restores and re-imagines hand painted Mennonite house barn floor patterns from the turn of the 20th century. Her work engages with the contrast of home as a sanctuary and a place that holds conflict, alongside changing traditions and practices of beauty.