Creative at home

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Waterloo is a strong, caring and connected community. During these uncertain times it may be difficult to think of ways to stay creative at home. We are here for you! We have provided helpful resources and links to help keep you stay creative at home!

New this week!

  • City of Waterloo Museum exhibit videos. We Built This City about early Waterloo mayors is a particularly fun one!
  • Participate in this year's Artist in Residence program - online! Come together with the entire community to create two community anthems, O Canada, and an original song, We are Waterloo.


Other ideas from City of Waterloo Museum:

Over social media, and other platforms, you can expect to participate in:

  1. Museum Mondays - highlighting artifacts in the collection
  2. Tip Tuesdays - tips on conservation, collection and care of objects
  3. Virtual Wednesdays - architecture in Waterloo, past and present
  4. Take Over Thursdays - guest presenters take over our feeds
  5. Feel Good Fridays - anything that brings a smile!

We encourage you to follow the museum on social to learn more about their online offerings.


Other ideas from Create Waterloo:

  1. Through Our Waterloo Windows
    • Submit your drawings, photographs, stories, poems and thoughts of positivity
    • Your submissions will be assembled into a community exhibit that will be shared on social media and eventually displayed in public
    • Learn more at waterloo.ca/publicart

We encourage you to follow Create Waterloo on social to learn more about their upcoming virtual events, programs and activities.


Other ideas from Waterloo Public Library:

  • Throughout this pandemic, the library branches are closed, however, you'll be excited to know they have a host of virtual programs and interactive resources online for people of all ages. We encourage you to visit their website to learn more.


Other ideas from our community partners:


How are you staying creative?

Please use the tools below to share your stories and ideas. We'd love to hear from you! And if you have any questions or comments, please leave those below as well. We'll respond to you right away!



Waterloo is a strong, caring and connected community. During these uncertain times it may be difficult to think of ways to stay creative at home. We are here for you! We have provided helpful resources and links to help keep you stay creative at home!

New this week!

  • City of Waterloo Museum exhibit videos. We Built This City about early Waterloo mayors is a particularly fun one!
  • Participate in this year's Artist in Residence program - online! Come together with the entire community to create two community anthems, O Canada, and an original song, We are Waterloo.


Other ideas from City of Waterloo Museum:

Over social media, and other platforms, you can expect to participate in:

  1. Museum Mondays - highlighting artifacts in the collection
  2. Tip Tuesdays - tips on conservation, collection and care of objects
  3. Virtual Wednesdays - architecture in Waterloo, past and present
  4. Take Over Thursdays - guest presenters take over our feeds
  5. Feel Good Fridays - anything that brings a smile!

We encourage you to follow the museum on social to learn more about their online offerings.


Other ideas from Create Waterloo:

  1. Through Our Waterloo Windows
    • Submit your drawings, photographs, stories, poems and thoughts of positivity
    • Your submissions will be assembled into a community exhibit that will be shared on social media and eventually displayed in public
    • Learn more at waterloo.ca/publicart

We encourage you to follow Create Waterloo on social to learn more about their upcoming virtual events, programs and activities.


Other ideas from Waterloo Public Library:

  • Throughout this pandemic, the library branches are closed, however, you'll be excited to know they have a host of virtual programs and interactive resources online for people of all ages. We encourage you to visit their website to learn more.


Other ideas from our community partners:


How are you staying creative?

Please use the tools below to share your stories and ideas. We'd love to hear from you! And if you have any questions or comments, please leave those below as well. We'll respond to you right away!



Please feel free to ask a question or leave a comment below. We'll respond right away!

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