Artist Sue Austin has created a self propelled underwater wheelchair.
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Are you suffering from a creative block? Maybe all you need is some of Bruno Billio’s Pure Art Water (30$), available at the front desk Gift Shop.
It sure been working for Bruno!
Pet peeve: ordering a salad that sounds like it’s going to be really delicious, but turns out to be lettuce from a box that probably cam from Price Chopper.
Thankfully, this peach & arugula salad (8$) featured on our lunch and dinner menus, with Ontario peaches, chick-a-biddy arugula, spicy walnuts, pickled red onions, black figs & bacon vinaigrette is anything but disappointing.
The perfect combination of spicy, sweet and salty flavours makes this salad irresistible, or maybe it’s the bacon, either way–irresistible. At times I actually forgot I was eating a salad it was seriously that good!
Stroll in with your kids anytime between 10am – 4 pm Mon-Fri and get a free coffee! Stop juggling sippy cups, Sophie the Giraffe and hot coffee in one hand while awkwardly trying to muscle your stroller over uneven Toronto sidewalks. Instead, ease up the stroller-accessible entrance of the Melody Bar, park and relax/vent/zone out with a free cup of our famous dark roast and some fellow parents.
Mini Golf – a social practice is a 9-hole course designed by nine teams of artists, and laid out across downtown Cambridge beginning and ending at Queen’s Square Gallery. Reflecting on the use of public spaces, urban development trends and issues of access, the artists are developing projects that reflect individual sites and conditions.
Participating artists: Steve DeBruyn (London), Vikki Dziuma (Guelph), Barr Gilmore (Toronto), Lee Goreas (Vancouver, Toronto), Marcia Huyer and Robert Hengeveld (Toronto), Derek Liddington (Toronto), Jess Perlitz (Philadelphia, Toronto), Julie René de Cotret (Montreal, Guelph), Amy Wong (Toronto).
Cambridge Galleries’ operates three (3) gallery spaces across the City of Cambridge: Queen’s Square, Design at Riverside, and Preston. Common Ground is centred around both Queen’s Square and Design at Riverside, while also branching off into the community of Cambridge and the core of downtown Galt.