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Monthly Music Member - Tragedy Ann

Each month we’ll feature a video from one of GAC’s musical members. If you’re a musician and have a video you’d like us to feature, please send a YouTube link our way along with a short bio to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This month, we share one from Liv Cazzola and GAC Board Member Braden Phelan (together known as Tragedy Ann), who have just returned home to Guelph from a few weeks away touring in Europe.

Catch them live at the Guelph Museum’s final Fourth Friday event of the decade on December 27th.

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Tips for Using Images Online

By Jane Litchfield

Are you misusing other people’s images online – maybe without realizing it? Given the importance of images in social media, blogs, and other online promotional tools, the demand is greater than ever. Ideally everyone would commission an artist, designer, or photographer; pay to use an existing work, or create an image themselves whenever they need one, but many individuals and organizations don’t have the time or resources to do that.

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Image source: Canva.com

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Bringing Art into the Everyday

Presented by Musagetes Foundation, Eramosa Institute and the University of Guelph; and supported by community partners like the Guelph Arts Council, the ArtsEverywhere Festival hosts Canadian and international artists, performers, and authors, offering literary readings, lectures, music, conversations, circle gatherings, workshops, and exhibitions. This event taking place January 22-26, 2020 is our 17th Guelph Lecture: On Being and the 4th year of the ArtsEverywhere Festival.

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Guelph Arts Council Announces Sue Richards Artist Relief Fund

'Hug' by Sue Richards

'Hug' by Sue Richards

Guelph, ON December 12, 2019 – Guelph Arts Council is pleased to announce the launch of the Sue Richards Artist Relief Fund. The Guelph Arts Council Artist Relief Fund was first established in 2008 with donations made in support of artists whose health left them unable to work and, often, whose self-employment disqualified them for government benefits. In 2009 Sue Richards was the first recipient of relief from the fund. Additional donations to the fund were made in her memory in 2014. A gift from her estate now gives GAC the opportunity to relaunch the program.

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