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 2023.

January and February - Tinku Sunil

Tinku is a local emerging artist inspired by Indian painting styles that focus on the abundance of colours and patterns.

Visit Tinku's Instagram

March - Sharl Smith

Through a process called bead-stitching, Sharl produces sculptures by hand-stitching glass beads together, one bead at a time. This exhibition will compliment an installation of life-size beadwork sculpture using mirror polished stainless-steel spheres at City Hall.

Visit Sharl's website

April and May - Alana Decker

Alana is a black female artist residing in Cambridge. She has always loved art and fashion. Alana’s paintings are inspired by her heritage, perception of beauty, strength, love, happiness, and music.

Visit Alana's website

July - Jason Wojcik

Jason Wojcik presents abstract acrylic fluid art, transforming emotions of life's daily stresses into wildly vibrant colours.

Visit Jason's Instagram

August and September - Pavitra Parameshwaran

Pavitra brings ‘Joy to the World’ through showcasing pet portraits created using colour pencils/pastels and abstract acrylic paintings full of joyful colours.

Visit Pavitra's website

October - Carol Walthers

For this exhibition, the artist created watercolour paintings that delve into the destruction of farmland, and the consequences related to aggregate mining.

She encourages the public to reflect on what is important to them and how this relates to Waterloo Region.

Visit Carol's website

November and December - Great Places Awards
We will showcase the 2023 winning projects.

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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