On the occasion of Guelph’s 190th, Saturday’s sunshine brought out over 8,000 Guelph residents and out-of-town visitors – record attendance for the event’s 16-year history – to the fourteen sites offered at…Read More
Over 7000 visitors came out to Doors Open Guelph this past weekend to explore some of Guelph's most architecturally, historically, and culturally significant buildings. Doors Open is one of Guelph…Read More
Contents: (click to skip-to)This Year's EventDoors Open BackgroundVolunteer Information Doors Open Background What is Doors Open Guelph? Doors Open Guelph is a day-long celebration of Guelph's finest buildings, creative…Read More
Guelph Arts Council and University of Guelph School of Fine Art and Music are now accepting applications for the Young Artist Mentorship Project. Guelph visual and media artists, musicians, and…Read More
Sylvia Galbraith has worked as a photographer for over 30 years, both professionally and as an artist. She works with a variety of subjects, but is best known for her large-scale landscape abstractions. She has received many awards, including the 2014 “Insights Award” at the Wellington County Museum. Recently Sylvia completed two residencies in Newfoundland and was a recipient of the 2016 Georgian Bay Land Trust - King Family Bursary. From her Fergus studio, she teaches classes for beginner to advanced levels, including how to document artwork and prepare files for gallery submissions.
A team of students from an Event Marketing class at Conestoga College have teamed up with Guelph Arts Council to create a fundraising event in support of the arts in the city of Guelph. The event, Experience the Arts, will take place on Sunday March 26th 2017. The event will include 5-6 interactive arts ‘stations’ where attendees can experience their choice of 3 arts activities with local artists/community members who will run a station within their expertise, all for only $30* a ticket. The arts ‘stations’ will include a wide range of art related activities from dancing and drawing to learning to play the ukulele and creating something special at a DIY craft station.
The Juried Art Show (JAS) is an annual exhibition of artwork from the undergraduate students of the University of Guelph's Studio Art program. Run annually since 1968, JAS is entirely student-run, and is one of the oldest art shows of its kind in Canada. It is a long-cherished tradition of the university, a capstone of community celebration for the school's emerging artists, and platform for professional development.