The weather’s been getting colder, but don’t let that stop you from coming out and experiencing all we’ve got going on this month at Fourth Fridays!
Check back regularly for new events being posted!
@ 10 Carden:
This event will be happening during the afternoon from 12-3.
Margaret Phillips will be painting faces on a “pay what you think it’s worth” basis. Margaret placed among the top face painters internationally & is a visiting artist from Quebec, for beloved Guelph face painting group: Makin’ Faces Face Painting. Margaret is delighted to offer her creative designs on Fourth Friday this month.
Arthur Kerrey of Infinite Arts/Inka Arts is a skilled urban artist who releases his inner expressions through several mediums: silver, body art & “graffiti” arts. This Fourth Friday, Arthur will be showing the creativity of spray can art on a small scale – canvas & clothing. Come watch.
@ Ballroom Class (26 Eramosa Rd)
Join us for the musical stylings of The Boo Radley Project, a alt rock/funk group based in Guelph and Elora who may or may not feature glockenspiels as the centre of their songs. Fusing African sounds with North American hip hop, they throw in a little polka accordion and a musical sensation is born.
@ Kloepfer Gallery (18 Paisley Street):
Susan Lapp and John David Roberts will be onsite in their individual studio spaces,
There will be a room dedicated to Christmas gifts and themes, possibly involving collages made from old toys/games. Commission work for the holiday season is welcome.
@ Sukha Yoga Centre (42 Wyndham Street North Unit 101C)
The rising stars of the Toronto comedy community bring a hilarious
stand-up show to Fourth Fridays. The show includes Cream of Comedy
Award nominees, Canadian Comedy Award nominees and Cross-Canada road warriors.
@ Red Brick Cafe (8 Douglas St)
Anna Kutishcheva : landscapes in acrylics
November 12 – December 24
Solo show at Red Brick cafe
Anna works as illustrator and fine artist, her illustrations and paintings appeared in MacLean’s, Ocala Style, Niagara Life, American Art Collector, Fine Art Connoisseur, Arabella and Canadian Brushstroke magazines. Her works were featured and received awards at Autumn Art Sale at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Buckhorn Fine Art Festival, Artist Project Toronto, Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (Charleston), Society of Canadian Artists and Society of Ontario Artists shows.
Music; Dance; Traditional Food
@ Guelph Civic Museum (52 Norfolk St)
Join us as we celebrate the holiday traditions of the Aboriginal, Mexican, Ukrainian and Chinese communities of Guelph.
Festive Activities include:
Eat, Sing & Be Merry: Guelph’s Cultural Holiday Traditions
Exhibit runs from November 23, 2012 – January 6, 2013