Join us for the unveiling of our newest Community Mural
On Saturday October 1st at 2 pm, Neruda Arts will be celebrating the unveiling of their newest Mural, Song of the Harvest Moon. This mural commemorates 22 years of bringing diverse music, and art, celebrating multiculturalism in the Waterloo Region. All of us at Neruda Arts would love to see you there to share this special time with us. The mural will be on the side of the Old Factory, beside the St Jacobs library - 29 Queensway Dr. St. Jacobs.
Neruda Arts is a non-profit music presenter dedicated to building bridges in the community through music, dance, theatre, and literary and visual arts. Throughout the year, Neruda presents music, theatre and workshops that represent the diversity of the Waterloo Region, with a focus on promoting marginalized, indigenous, multicultural, and female performers.
Following two years of isolation, social distancing and uncertainty, it is with great pleasure and anticipation that, on April 11, 2022, we opened the doors of Neruda Arts Studio, our brand new space in St Jacobs, Ontario!
Can't find us? We are here!
Our address is 8 Spring Street, but our entrance is located at the back of the building and is most easily accessed from the parking lot located off Albert Street West, between the St Jacobs Playhouse Theatre and Hamel Brooms.
Please note that parking is not permitted behind the St James Evangelical Lutheran Church. There is on-street parking on King Street, and plenty of free parking at the large public parking lot at the corner of Albert St East and Water St.
Public Transportation: Grand River Transit bus stop is just one block away at King and Front Streets. The route is #21 from Conestoga Mall to Elmira.
Are you an artist, vendor, media official, volunteer, potential donor or friend? We would love to hear from you!