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SaT. JuNe 22, 2019 10am–5pm Quebec St. DoWNToWN GueLpH Art, food & live music — rain or shine! guelpharts.ca downtownguelph.com #AOTS2019


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Jen Prior Mixed Media 2019 Poster Artist Emma Gerard Jewellery Laurie Skantzos Painting Amanda Immurs Painting Genie Kim Painting Neurons and Nebulas Fibre Michelle Miller Jewellery Bunny Safari Ceramics Jessica Masters Painting Monika Hauck Painting Judy Anderson Mixed Media Royal Rabbit Jewellery Art We Wonderful by Marion Younan Painting Jose Savaria Mixed Media Kleno Photography Photography Green Cocoon Fibre S. Korey Steckle Mixed Media Gossling Organics Fibre Sara Desaulnier Painting Elizabeth Bigelow Ceramics Celia MMXIV Fibre Hospice Wellington Art Therapy Program Guelph Arts Council Info Booth

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Brian Vaughan Sculpture and/or functional art Designs by Erika Jewellery Beyond Relief Designs Print Making Naajwi Fine Crafts Jewellery Victoria Chaulk Mixed Media Lisa Filion Painting Whitelotus Design Jewellery Garth Laidlaw Painting Blue Iris Studios Ceramics KIAM Studio Mixed Media StrayStones Jewellery Lisa Martini-Dunk Drawing Mono Ahn Drawing Gina Duque Mixed Media Urban Fizz Designs Painting Bella Grey Jewellery Susan Lapp Painting Julie Ponesse Art Painting Annie Burgess Ceramics rosbilt TinCan Banjo/Ukulele Sculpture and/or functional art

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Sylph Eco Wear Fibre Maria Drazilov Photography nonconformist art Painting LUNAMOON Jewellery K-Lee Creations Mixed Media 3DE Creations Ceramics Katharine Kennie Mixed Media sweetie box jewellery Jeweller Corinne Garlick Painting Peter Karas Painting Michelle Purchase Print Making Pip Robins Fibre Clive Lewis Print Making Silverfish Studios Jewellery Clavaux Designs Fibre Holly Atkinson Mixed Media Carol Nasvytis Sculpture and/or functional art Murray Fox Pottery Ceramics Samuel Choisy Photography Barbara Murphy Pottery Ceramics Hannelore’s Story Works Fibre Trevor Waurechen Print Making Beke Design Jewellery Rachel Albano Painting Dawn Anderson Vaughan Painting Robert Kamnatnik Painting

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once upon a design Drawing Laura Harrison Painting Jordan Blackburn Print Making Amar Bhuee–Wearable & Displayable Art Mixed Media

Mary Karavos Mixed Media

81 Mallory Torlach Community Art Artist in Residence Exhibitor Mallory Torlach has been selected as the 2019 City of Guelph Artist in Residence and will be showcasing her #GuelphMovesMe project. Promoting physical fitness on Guelph’s trails through an outdoor art exhibition, the artist will be on hand to talk to visitors about how they can be involved in this community endeavour.

St GeorGe’S Square • 10am to 5pm

Play with Clay, Guelph Public Library, and Guelph School of Art will take over the square with paint, bubbles and sculpture, and there’s an ‘instrument petting zoo’ from the Suzuki String School of Guelph. Artist Meredith Blackmore will be on hand to guide kids to play with colour and explore image-making and word play. Wander across to Old Quebec Street Shoppes with your allowance to check out the Mini Makers Market. Organized by The Children’s Art Factory, young entrepreneurs will be selling their handmade wares from cute market stalls.

Look up!

Look up on Quebec Street to see the streetlight banners that highlight twelve 2019 Art on the Street artists.

Artowrk: Jen Prior • Graphic design: StudioHD Guelph

The Children’s Arts Festival collective will inspire creativity in St George’s Square with a full day of interactive programs, all set within a space that will be designed with your child’s inner artist in mind. The festival aims to enable children to discover, enjoy and celebrate the arts – as audience, learners and as creators of their own art.


aRT aroundToWN Visitors to Art on the Street are invited to attend other creative events happening in Downtown Guelph on Saturday, June 22nd.

Guelph Horticultural Society Old Quebec Street Shoppes • guelphhort.org Summer’s Glory Flower Show. 10am – 5pm.

The Handmade Den 24 Wilson Street • thehandmadeden.ca Visit the Makers Market featuring 20+ artisans and a multi-sensory play center for the younger crowd. 10am – 6pm.

The Mini Makers Market Old Quebec Street Shoppes, 55 Wyndham St. • oldquebecstreet.com Visit the Mini Makers Market to find kids selling their wares from cute lemonade stands. 10am – 5pm.

Royal City Church and The Life Centre 50 Quebec Street • www.royalcitychurch.on.ca Presenting The Art Within, featuring amateur artists, local musicians and refreshments. 10am – 5pm.

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Walking TouRS

Enjoy a free, interactive and informal walking tour of curated art exhibitions in Downtown Guelph.

New for 2019

New for this year, art lovers can enjoy an interactive and informal walking tour of a variety of curated exhibitions at venues in the downtown core. These free tours will be led by experienced guides, and last around 25 minutes each.

When & where to sign up

Sign up starts at 10am at the Guelph Arts Council Information Booth in the RBC lot (look for the blue tent). This booth also acts as the starting point for the tours, which leave at 12pm, 12.45pm and 1pm. The 12pm tour will be fully accessible.

Venues

Each tour will visit three or four venues. These include Necessary Arts Company, Renann Isaacs Contemporary Art (RICA), 10C, Red Brick Cafe, the eBar, Guelph Creative Arts Association, Kloepfer Gallery, Gritt Gallery and more.


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