The Quilt of Belonging [The Cotton Factory]


Hamilton’s Creative Arts Centre in the heart of lower Hamilton
In the heart of lower Hamilton, this former industrial building from 1900 is a prime example of adaptive reuse.
It has been transformed from a cotton mill into a creative industries complex, with space for workshops, galleries,
office space for creative professionals, and studios for artists.   Filmmakers, photographers and special events
are also drawn to the building by its unique aesthetic and its historic charm.

270 Sherman Avenue North, Suite 201,
Hamilton ON, L8L 6N4
Phone +1 905 547-8256

The Quilt of Belonging Exhibit

July 11 - August 16 

The Quilt of Belonging will be exhibited at The Cotton Factory in Hamilton from July 10 until August 16, 2017.  The Quilt of Belonging is a textile art project, spanning 120 feet.  It is comprised of 263 blocks, each created to recognize Canada’s diversity.  It celebrates our common humanity and promotes compassion among people. This Canadian icon Exhibit will also include daily program. Programming is continuous and diverse, and was developed to include a breadth of activities from a variety of cultural groups within the region of Hamilton Halton and Brant. It includes the following elements: Weekly demonstrations, Weekend workshops, Thursday Night Talks, Friday Night Performances, Saturday Night Concerts, A Grand Opening Event (July 10th)


Tuesday, July 11, 2017 - 09:00 to Wednesday, August 16, 2017 - 17:00
270 Sherman Ave. N., Hamilton