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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Guelph Arts Council exhibitions at 10C Shared Space

Guelph, Ontario – Guelph Arts Council is pleased to announce exhibitions in the street-level community gallery at 10C Shared Space, 42 Carden St. The exhibitions feature work by GAC’s artist members, with gallery hours Monday to Friday, 9 a.m.to 5 p.m.

Artist Brian Johnston’s The Halo Project runs from now through Dec. 13.
The project is a photographic portrayal of individual identity in a world of complex cultural, political, educational, spiritual and relational diversity.

Brian uses mixed media approaches to explore the human condition and its spiritual relevance - to capture the invisible behind the visible. Join us for an opening and artist’s talk on Thursday, Dec.5 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

 There’s also an exhibition of work by Coming Full Circle participants, organized by founder and artist Jay Lefler.
Coming Full Circle is a peer support/facilitation and art mentoring organization where people can interact in creative ways and share stories.

Through creative and interactive workshops, Jay engages those who want to benefit from healing and growth in a creative, empowering, and safe environment. The exhibition will run Dec. 14 to 23.
 GAC Executive Director Patti Broughton said: “We are delighted to present the work of these great local talents.

The Guelph Arts Council is grateful for exhibition support from The Guelph Community Foundation – Musagetes Fund

Visit guelpharts.ca for more information. Other exhibition and event spaces are also available at 10C year-round.

 About Guelph Arts Council:
For over forty years, Guelph Arts Council has been dedicated to supporting, stimulating and promoting arts and culture in Guelph. Guelph Arts Council is funded in part by The Guelph Community Foundation and City of Guelph. We also acknowledge the support of the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario


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