Dive into the artistic world, sense the creative energy surrounding you and awaken your inner imagination at one of Brampton’s popular centres for visual arts.
NEW! Public Art Self-Guided Tour
Public art is a vital ingredient in the cultural fabric and streetscape of a creative city. By creating beautiful and distinctive spaces, the City of Brampton defines and celebrates its identity as a community of diverse cultural character and living heritage. Download the PDF Version of the Public Art Self-Guided Tour here.
Beaux Arts Brampton, founded in 2002, is an artist-run centre and exhibition space for visual and multi-media artists and photographers. It offers a free-admission art gallery, an artisan gift shop, studios and event space. Located near City Hall and The Rose, the gallery is open to the public on Wednesday to Friday afternoons and Saturdays.
70-74 Main Street North / 905.454.5677
The PAMA gallery space, housed in the former Peel County Office Building, presents rotating works from an extensive permanent collection (4,500+ items), traveling exhibitions, retrospectives, and the David Somers Works on Paper Gallery. Artists with roots in the community include David Milne, William Ronald, Ronald Bloore, Charlotte Schreiber and Ted Fullerton.
9 Wellington Street East / 905.791.4055
An exhibit space in the northwest side of Shoppers World Brampton presents the works of local and emerging artists.
Shoppers World - 499 Main Street South / 905.453.9142