It has been more than a year after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s report, which included 94 Calls to Action to address the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous Canadians, was…Read More
Jessie Buchanan is a painter currently living and working in Guelph. Originally from Caledon, Ontario, Jessie was born to a proud Ojibwe mother and a Scottish-Irish father. Her mother instilled…Read More
By Sarah Goldrup SenseLabs is a project designed by Musagetes, an international organization that works to make art more central and meaningful to individual, community, and societal life. SenseLabs are…Read More
Daniel Robinson, last year’s recipient of the Jane Graham Memorial Award, is the embodiment of Nestor, a 62-minute film that he created entirely alone, filling all roles from pre-production, filming,…Read More
Guelph, ON – August 9, 2016 – In memory of Guelph visual artist Jane Graham, Guelph Arts Council offers an annual award to a regional visual artist(s) to pursue professional development opportunities.…Read More
Daren is a resident of Guelph. He mostly paints oil landscapes with a decisive and expressive impasto style. He gets his inspiration from his wanderings of the north by kayak or canoe.
['Sunset on Opeongo' 30" x 20" Oil on Canvas, In Private Collection]
Heather Embree is a writer, visual artist a& editor based in Guelph, ON. She has written her first children's book, The Stellar Queen of Oaxaca, based on her trip to Oaxaca City, Mexico, which will be published in 2015. Her poetry has been published in various sources, but most recently in the Rhapsody Anthology 2014. She was an arts administrator for writers' organizations in Toronto, before dedicating herself to creating art. She loves community art and its power to effect social change. Outsider, cross cultural & expressive art are her passions.