Beaux Arts is a not-for-profit arts group operating successfully since 2002, Beaux Arts was founded by the Brampton Arts Council & dedicated visual artists, with the support of the City of Brampton, Downtown Brampton BIA, Trillium, and many volunteers, members & private sponsors.
During the 21 years of gallery operation, the Beaux Arts offered visual exhibitions, an artist membership program and cultural events for our public.
During the 2023 winter season, the Beaux Arts Collective of Artists are working diligently on new strategic directions for the future! We aim to announce those in the Spring of 2023. Please stay tuned and subscribe to our newsletter for updates! Our Collective of Artists are excited to continue the work of delivering engagement with ART that revitalizes the soul and invigorates the spirit!
In Truth and reconciliation, our team at Beaux Arts Brampton, finds it immensely important to honor the Indigenous people that inhabited and cared for this land, historically and presently. We want to express gratitude and appreciation for being privileged to operate on a land filled with thousands of years of rich history. As time progresses, we will continue to take ownership in acknowledging the territory of the Anishinabek, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Ojibwe/Chippewa peoples in addition, to the many diverse groups of Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island. Their rich culture is a valued contributor to the tapestry of art.
To engage with creative audiences and artists at various levels in their careers. Our collaborative exhibitions, and online publication offer education, inspiration, and celebration to foster critical thinking, positive social cohesion, and public engagement with ART.
The Beaux Arts Collective strives to connect with our diverse audiences by promoting core values of cultural exchange. We seek to identify and remove systematic barriers in the creative industry and beyond. We desire to be an artist collective that supports critical thinking and uncommon creative practices that contribute effectively to art discourse and contemporary culture overall.