Beaux Arts is an artist run gallery that serves as a not-for-profit exhibition space for visual artists and photographers. 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.
At 16 Queen Street East, located conveniently near the Go Station, City Hall and The Rose Theatre, engage with Beaux Arts Brampton on your next trip downtown. It'll revitalize your soul and invigorate your spirit!
To encourage and support emerging to established artists with works in all mediums and to raise the profile of visual arts and the creative community in Brampton.
To provide a platform and representation for artists to exhibit, facilitate and market their work.
To welcome all visitors and lend support to community events and enhance cultural cohesion in our Brampton community.
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.