About Williams Mill
The Williams Mill Board
The Williams Mill Visual Arts Centre was founded and commenced operations in 1995 with the intent create a centre where art is made, artist collaboration is supported, and an opportunity is provided where residents and tourists could interact with the artists. The Mill has grown into a home for over thirty high calibre professional artists that have a broad range of specializations including pottery, painting, fibre, glass, jewellery, print making, sculpture and other media. It has become a cornerstone of the hamlet of Glen Williams and due to the quality of professional artist on site, has established itself as an arts and cultural leader within Halton Hills and the greater arts community.
In 2005, the Williams Mill Visual Arts Centre was federally incorporated under Part II of the Canada Corporations Act as a not-for-profit corporation. A Board of Directors and Committee structure has been formalized and focuses on the fundamentals defined in its Vision, Mission and Mandate. The key areas of responsibility for the Board oversight includes: the Arts Education Centre, the Williams Mill Gallery and the Administration Office.
Board of Directors
Allan Wakefield, Interim Chair
Interested in Volunteering for the Board of Directors or Committee?
Laura Rees, Executive Director