Opened as an 'alternative gallery space' to be offered free of charge to local professional and non-professional artists, the exhibition space at Central library has long been a venue for Hamilton and area artists. It is located on the 4th floor of the downtown branch and has been in continuous operation since 1984 making it the second oldest gallery in the James North district, (preceded by the Hamilton Artists Inc.)
Gallery 4 at Central Library features monthly exhibitions by emerging local artists and also provides mid-career artists the opportunity to develop new ideas in a public setting.
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