Explore over 130 panoramic scenes, 650 clickable hotspots and audio navigation from your classroom or mobile device. Move through the Museums, zoom in on details and experience the Museums as if you were there! Learn more about Hamilton Civic Museums’ Virtual Tours.
This video is a conversation starter about culture in Hamilton. In Hamilton, we are on the heels of a cultural policy and on the brink of a cultural plan. At the same time, the city is undergoing a cultural renaissance.
Speaker: Patti Tombs
A great look back at a truly amazing week in Hamilton. When the JUNO Awards came to Hamilton in March 2015, the city helped welcome the national music awards with an electrifying Music Crawl featuring 60 local acts at venues across the city’s downtown core in a unique celebration of Hamilton’s incredible music scene.
Speaker: Sharon Murphy
Prepare to discover a Hamilton you don’t know. Tourism Hamilton’s new video #SecretsOut lets viewers in on the incredible beauty of a city on the rise. Look deeper, listen closer, and discover a city that’s sure to surprise you. Find out what we’ve known all along.
Speaker: Dana Borcea
Held annually the first week in June (Arts Week). The awards event is free to attend (tickets available in May).
Speaker: Pam Mulholland
The City’s Public Art Collection can be viewed online through the mobile-friendly Public Art Collection Map. As of November 2016, the Public Art Collection included over 30 installations across the city owned and maintained by the City of Hamilton. These artworks range from murals to sculptures and works integrated into local streetscapes.
Speaker: Ken Colt
In Hamilton Ontario we are on the brink of a cultural renaissance – there is so much to love about our great city! Spectacular natural playgrounds, history and heritage abound and the arts are thriving like never before! View the Hamilton Love Your City Channel.
Ken Coit hired a filmmaker to interview the artist, film the piece etc. This City of Hamilton public artwork, in particular, speaks to embracing diversity, peace and reconciliation.
Speaker: Ken Coit