Art Gallery of Guelph


Art Gallery of Guelph
358 Gordon Street, Guelph ON N1G 1Y1 (at College Avenue)
hours: Tues-Sun 12-5. Closed on statutory holidays, except Family Day.
T: 519 837 0010
www.artgalleryofguelph.ca

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Summer exhibitions

May 10-Aug 26, 2018 | opening reception Thur 10 May, 7pm:

Matthew Moore: Fieldwork features the work of Arizona-based artist, farmer, and food activist Matthew Moore. Situated at t ... more


May 10-Sep 5, 2018 | opening reception Thur 10 May, 7pm:

Getting Under Our Skin. Featuring works by Alethea Anarquq-Baril, Katherine Takpannie, Couzyn van Heuvelen, and Tanya Tagaq, as w ... more


May 10-Sep 5, 2018 | opening reception Thur 10 May, 7pm:

Andrew Buszchak: Counterproductive Work Behaviour. I am a recalcitrant labourer; my work is recalcitrant labour... Andrew ... more


Fall exhibitions

Sep 13, 2018 - Jan 6, 2019 | opening reception Thur 13 Sep, 7pm:

Critical Mass. Highlighting the complexity of Blackness in a transnational context, Critical Mass addresses the historical erasure of Black experiences in Canada through the lens of ten contemporary artists and collectives.


Sep 13-Dec 16, 2018 | opening reception Thur 13 Sep, 7pm:

1745. From Glasgow-based Morayo and Moyo Akandé, the short film 1745 illuminates the hidden history of slavery in Scotland through the story of Nigerian-born sisters enslaved in the Caribbean and brought to the country.


Sep 13-Dec 16, 2018 | opening reception Thur 13 Sep, 7pm:

epistemologies of the moon. Awarded the 6th annual Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators, Lauren Fournier's exhibition explores the role the moon has played as a feminine and feminist symbol, as well as its 21st-centur ... more


Exhibition tours:

Interested in learning more about our exhibitions? Stop in at 2pm on Saturdays and Sundays for a FREE tour with an AGG team member!


Sculpture Park. Open daily from dawn to dusk. Featuring 39 permanently sited outdoor sculptures, including a new commissioned sculpture by Don Russell (unveiled Sep 15, 2016)