It is movie night at the Cotton Factory. We have partnered with the AGH BMO World Film Festival to share a great indie film and celebrate the end of this year’s festival. Portrait of a Serial Monogamist is a film about a 40-something lesbian and serial monogamist breaks up with her long-standing girlfriend, only […]
Hamilton’s Creative Arts Centre in the heart of lower Hamilton
In the heart of lower Hamilton, this former industrial building from 1900 is a prime example of adaptive reuse. It has been transformed from a cotton mill into a creative industries complex, with space for workshops, galleries, office space for creative professionals, and studios for artists. Filmmakers, photographers and special events are also drawn to the building by its unique aesthetic and its historic charm.
JENNIFER LEWINGTON HAMILTON — Special to The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Sep. 07, 2015 6:00AM EDT (Reposted 16.09.2015) Globe & Mail, Report On Business When producer John Smith was scouting venues for a promotional video shoot for the rock band Born Ruffians, he chose a 1900-era former cotton textile factory in the shadow of this city’s […]
Adam Matak is an independent Fine Art professional who has been displaying his graphic, comic-book/cartoon-like art pieces at a number of museums and galleries for over 12 years. Creating projects that stand out, while simultaneously giving viewers something to think about and entertain themselves, is not easy. However, by using non-traditional fine art tools such […]