Showcasing community arts and culture, the Berlin Tower ARTSPACE is home to a variety of exhibits annually, including work by the artist in residence if applicable. 

On this page:

  1. Location
  2. Hours
  3. Exhibition schedule
  4. Apply to exhibit
  5. Photo gallery
  6. Updates


The Berlin Tower ARTSPACE is located on the ground floor of Kitchener City Hall.

Address: 200 King Street West, Kitchener, ON


The Berlin Tower ARTSPACE is open:

  • Monday to Friday: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • weekends and holidays: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Exhibition schedule

The Berlin Tower Artspace features exhibits of work by local visual artists and community organizations.

Open the accordions below to learn about the artists with exhibits in 2024.

January and February - Ilija Males

Ilija uses a digital camera and computer programs to create an abundance of photographic art. See his digital art of local cityscapes and nature during this exhibition.

Visit Ilija's website

March and April - Chudear Oyual

Chudear, an emerging local artist, will show works made with acrylic, fabric, and beads on canvas.

Visit Chu's Instagram page

May - New Canadian Art Program (Youth Exhibit)

"Finding Our Place: A Journey Home" will showcase artworks made by past and present youth from the New Canadian Art Program at Reception House. The program serves as a powerful tool for integrating immigrant youth into our community, helping them build connections, express their experiences and engage with their new surroundings. This exhibit will showcase the artists’ culture and experiences through mixed media pieces.

Visit Reception House's website

June - Dharmesh Bhavsar

Dharmesh started his journey as a photo journalist 45 years ago in India. His photos have been selected for various exhibitions across the world. He became enthralled with the richness of colours and continues his journey presenting works documenting the vibrancy and energy of life.

July and August - Nathaniel Voll

Nathaniel is a playwright, poet and visual artist. He will be presenting collage works rooted in surrealism and absurdism.

Visit Nathaniel's website

September and October - Melissa Fitzgerald

Melissa is a local artist and art instructor teaching a Watercolours for Wellness class for older adults. She is planning to present an exhibition of work around the harvest and autumn equinox.

Visit Melissa's Instagram page

November and December - Danielle Petti

Danielle uses foraged materials to make pigments to transfer to canvas. She will present large-scale abstract paintings using natural sources such as rocks, minerals, and plant dyes found in Waterloo region and beyond.

Visit Danielle's website

Apply to exhibit

If you're a visual artist, group of artists or a community organization working with artists, we want to hear from you. Send us an email to learn about showing work in the Berlin Tower ARTSPACE.

Photo gallery

Check out the photo gallery below to see photos of the Berlin Tower ARTSPACE.

Photo Gallery: Berlin Tower ARTSPACE will appear here on the public site.


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