By Anita Cazzola Christina Kingsbury is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Guelph, and is one of last year's recipients of the Jane Graham Award. Christina’s practice explores place,…Read More
In 2017, Guelph Arts Council and the University of Guelph School of Fine Art and Music have launched the Young Artist Mentorship Project, a collaborative project that supports young artists in…Read More
After a month off, Guelph Arts Council’s Historical Walking Tours resume for the rest of the 2017 season. For over thirty years, Guelph Arts Council has promoted and celebrated the cultural heritage…Read More
Photo by Cami Brenchley Carolyn Meili, a local artist, curator, and arts management professional, has recently been announced as the City of Guelph’s fourth Artist in Residence. Over the course…Read More
Hillside’s 34th Festival was one to remember. As always, the Guelph Lake Island was transformed into a Guelphite’s paradise for the weekend, with amazing music, dancing, food, art, culture, and community.However,…Read More
Kris Lewis was born in 1959 and has worked in South Western Ontario most of her life. Lewis is a mixed media artist painter, street photographer, found object sculptor and writer. Her belief has always been that human life is inseparable from creativity.The many peers in her network have been important role models and mentors further unlocking her inherent creative force and allowing her art, in whatever chosen medium, to create her stories.
Kris' work is currently featured in the "Overzealous 2017: Out of Place" exhibition at Studio 404 until July 31st.
Sonal Raje is a professional artist based in Guelph. Sonal’s abstract art expresses emotions through the use of colour, form and texture. Her cultural roots in India, travels through Europe, and the beauty of hometown Guelph have all contributed towards evolving her art in new directions. She is a member of the Canadian delegation that is invited to participate in the annual show of the Société Nationale des Beaux – Arts ( Est 1862) at The Louvre in Paris. She has shown her work at the 2014 and 2016 shows.
Writer of historical fantasy for mid-teens and up. The Empire's Legacy series, (currently Empire's Daughter, Book I, and Empire's Hostage Book II, are available) is set in a world where sexuality is fluid; it explores gender expectations, the conflicts between personal belief and societal norms, and how personal definitions of love and loyalty change with growth and experience The world of Empire's Legacy was inspired by my interest in the history of Britain in the years when it was a province of the Roman Empire called Britannia, and aftermath of the fall of the Roman Empire.
"Empire's Hostage" book launch is August 24 from 7-9pm at the Bookshelf E-Bar.