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Guelph Arts Council Fall Member Group Show and Sharefest

Guelph Arts Council artists and organizational members are invited to submit to a Fall Member Group Show and Sharefest in the main floor gallery space at 10C Shared Space in November, 2019. All creative mediums including performance, visual, literary etc., are invited.

Performers: promote your season of events by spending a few minutes talking about upcoming shows, even playing a snippet or performing a brief excerpt at the Sharefest opening event. Promotional materials can be on display alongside exhibition.

Visual artists: promote what you’re up to this fall by submitting a sample of your work to be installed in the first floor gallery space, along with a description of your fall/winter activities (for ‘see me at’ labels, etc).

Opening & Sharefest Date: Thursday, Nov 7 6:00-8:00pm
Exhibition Date: November 1-14, 2019
Location: 10C Shared Space, 42 Carden Street., 1st floor gallery

Deadline for sharefest and exhibition proposals/submissions: Oct 7, 2019

 

The gallery space at 10C is a highly visible, busy co-working space with many visitors. Low-relief work that can be installed using the existing hanging system is appropriate for the space. GAC will treat members’ artwork with care and respect while it is in our care, but cannot assume responsibility for damage or loss.Dates and arrangements for installation and de-install will be announced.Interested? Contact Fan-Ling Suen This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or Patti Broughton This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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