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Discover Waterloo and its artists

Published on 23/09/2015

Over the weekend of 3-4 October, from 11am-6pm each day, the second edition of the Waterloo artists’ ‘open studios’ will take place. Over 120 participants in some seventy places have organised themselves to bring energy and conviviality to Waterloo. There will be a wide variety of media on display including painting, drawing, sculpture, music, crafts, 3D creation, jewellery and photographs.

Organised for the first time by the Cultural Centre, you are invited to discover Waterloo and its artists, as you follow the trail using various modes of transport. The exhibition hall of the Cultural Centre (Espace Bernier), which is the reception point, will present a work from each artist involved and will also be the starting point for the thematic course.

At St John’s International School, The Greene Gallery featuring an exhibition of the work of 6 ‘artists in residence’, all working as educators at the school, will also be open all that weekend. 

Jean Louis Cornez, Michelle-Mathot Cornez, Alexandra Tyson, Debbie Corcoran, Marianne Beheaghel and Alan Mitchell invite you to come and see their work.  

  • Friday, 2 October at 6.30pm
  • Vernissage at the Espace Bernier
  • Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 October from 11am to 6pm
  • Artists’ Open Studios throughout Waterloo


Contributed by St. John’s International School

St. John's International School