Centre[3] acknowledges that our organization, located in Hamilton, is situated on the traditional territory of the Eerie, Neutral, Huron-Wendat, Mississauga and Haudenosuanee nations, whose presence here reaches back to time immemorial.

C3 recognizes the historical oppression of Indigenous peoples, cultures, and lands in what is now known as Canada. We are committed to healing and decolonizing together through the arts.


Centre[3] for Artistic and Social Practice is dedicated to supporting artists with creation, production, presentation, and dissemination. Centre[3] conducts research, fosters innovation, and provides opportunities for critical discourse. Centre[3] engages with the wider community through social practice, encouraging experimentation and collaboration through contemporary art.


As a not-for-profit centre we’ve established programming to help bring arts education and community arts to the greater Hamilton area. Thanks to donor support our programming is always expanding to meet the needs of the region. We welcome you to get involved! 

Become a member, join us for a workshop, visit our gallery, or support our programs by donating today.

Visitors engaging with "Soft-Spoken" — a braille interview installation where visitors can interact through touch and sound-activated points.