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‘In the Flow’ - New Paintings by Oxanna Adams and Dennis Gaumond

By Oxanna Adams

Guelph Arts Council member Oxanna Adams and Dennis Gaumond met in the mid-90s while volunteering at the local chapter of the Council of Canadians. They like to think that their art is informed by the same sense of caring and compassion for the planet that brought them together at meetings and demonstrations.

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Oxanna Adams in her studio. Photo credit: Oxanna Adams

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2019 Guelph Jazz Festival: an immersive week of live music and conversation

By Scott Thomson

The 2019 Guelph Jazz Festival (September 11-15) once again brings a wide range of world-class creative music to the city. The event features a series of ten ticketed concerts (including five multiple bills), free concerts on September 13-14 in Market Square, an educational colloquium (convened by the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation), and the ‘Around Town’ program featuring live music in local restaurants, bars, and other establishments.

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Meet Mallory Tolcher during Culture Days weekend - Guelph’s Artist in Residence

By Jen Rafter

Mallory Tolcher is the City of Guelph’s 2019 Artist in Residence. Tolcher’s project, called #GuelphMovesMe, promotes physical fitness on Guelph’s trails through an outdoor art exhibition.

The project kicked off by asking the community to submit photos of individuals getting physically active as inspiration for 12 hand-drawn portraits. The portraits will be installed at six points along the Silvercreek and Eramosa River trails at the beginning of September and changed out halfway through the project.

The project ends with an artist talk and trail walk at 1 p.m. on September 29 at McCrae House during Culture Days weekend.

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Mallory Tolcher. Photo Credit: Jennifer Frayne

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2018 Jane Graham Memorial Recipient- Jessica Masters

By Jane Litchfield

You might know Guelph artist Jessica Masters for her images of waves that roll right off the canvas, or her iconic jumping swimmer from the 2018 Art on the Street poster. Masters was a co-recipient of GAC’s Jane Graham Memorial Award in 2018, and since applications are now open for the 2019 award, we thought we’d check in with this GAC member.

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Jessica Masters in front of her Wave Series at R.I.C.A Gallery, Sept 2018

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