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The Guelph Arts Council & U of G School of Fine Arts & Music Present: the GEAMP's final exhibition, Treading Loudly - Opening Reception, July 19th, 7 - 9 pm.

Guelph Arts Council’s summer 2019 programming includes Treading Loudly, an exhibition at the Boarding House Gallery that presents a multi-media selection of artwork and musical performances by emerging artists working in and around Guelph. Opening on Friday, July 19 from 7-9 pm with a free, public reception, Treading Loudly continues until Wednesday, July 31.

Treading Loudly is a collaboration of participants in the Summer 2019 round of the Guelph Emerging Artist Mentorship Project, which is presented by Guelph Arts Council and the School of Fine Art and Music at the University of Guelph. The collaboration has provided emerging artists, musicians, and cultural managers with valuable opportunities to work creatively with each other and established arts professionals, and to promote their work and gain experience in curation, social media, marketing/publicity, graphic design, and more. Treading Loudly is curated by Project participants. The opening reception will feature a live performance by singer-songwriter Mikalyn Hay. A talk with the artists and a musical performance by Roscoe Fiction (Peter Spring) takes place at a closing reception on Tuesday, July 30 from 7-9 pm at the Boarding House Gallery.

Emerging artists participating in the Summer 2019 round include: Anne Munroe, Brendan Irving, Cindy Dochstader, Emily Reimer, Emmali Branton, Evangeline Mann, Jayne Keefe, Katelyn Bakos, Mikalyn Hay, Paige Bromby, and Peter Spring.

Read the full press release here.

Boarding House Gallery, July 18th, - 31st.

Special thanks to the RBC Emerging Artists Project.

Event Date 07-19-2019 7:00 pm
Individual PriceFree
Categories Art Exhibitions and Sales,Free or PWYC,Multi-Arts Event,Music,New Media,Visual Art

The Guelph Arts Council & U of G School of Fine Arts & Music Present: the GEAMP's final exhibition, Treading Loudly - Closing Reception, July 30th, 7 - 9 pm.

Guelph Arts Council’s summer 2019 programming includes Treading Loudly, an exhibition at the Boarding House Gallery that presents a multi-media selection of artwork and musical performances by emerging artists working in and around Guelph. Opening on Friday, July 19 from 7-9 pm with a free, public reception, Treading Loudly continues until Wednesday, July 31.

Treading Loudly is a collaboration of participants in the Summer 2019 round of the Guelph Emerging Artist Mentorship Project, which is presented by Guelph Arts Council and the School of Fine Art and Music at the University of Guelph. The collaboration has provided emerging artists, musicians, and cultural managers with valuable opportunities to work creatively with each other and established arts professionals, and to promote their work and gain experience in curation, social media, marketing/publicity, graphic design, and more. Treading Loudly is curated by Project participants. The opening reception will feature a live performance by singer-songwriter Mikalyn Hay. A talk with the artists and a musical performance by Roscoe Fiction (Peter Spring) takes place at a closing reception on Tuesday, July 30 from 7-9 pm at the Boarding House Gallery.

Emerging artists participating in the Summer 2019 round include: Anne Munroe, Brendan Irving, Cindy Dochstader, Emily Reimer, Emmali Branton, Evangeline Mann, Jayne Keefe, Katelyn Bakos, Mikalyn Hay, Paige Bromby, and Peter Spring.

Event Poster
Poster by Brendan Irving

Read the full press release here.

Boarding House Gallery, July 18th, - 31st.

Special thanks to the RBC Emerging Artists Project.

Event Date 07-30-2019 7:00 pm
Individual PriceFree
Categories Art Exhibitions and Sales,Free or PWYC,Multi-Arts Event,Music,New Media,Visual Art
John Galt Day Family activities by day, and a free concert at 8 PM featuring Rant Maggie Rant and Shawnee. 2019 marks the 240th birthday of John Galt, colonist and founder of Guelph. Take part in the conversation at Guelph Museums through a series of events that reimagine our city today and in the future. Visit guelphmuseums.ca for details.
Event Date 08-03-2019 10:30 am
Individual Price Free admission.
Categories Music,Multi-Arts Event
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The Eden Mills Writers’ Festival is thrilled to bring together two best-selling Canadian authors for the opening night of the festival. Marina Endicott and Guy Gavriel Kay will appear on stage together for the first time, to discuss their craft and the role of the past in their respective novels. Opening the evening will be Garry Thomas Morse, reading from Safety Sand, his most recent collection of poetry, accompanied by Juno-award-winning cellist, Matt Brubeck. Visit our website for a detailed schedule of events.

Event Date 09-06-2019 7:00 pm
Individual Price $20 for adults, $15 for students
Categories Festival,Literary,Multi-Arts Event,Performance
 
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