Guelph Civic Museum, two great new exhibits for visitors to explore
Saints Preserve Us! (Until March 22): An exhibition of Debbie Thompson Wilson’s miniature paintings and icons of the saints who have lent their names to Guelph’s churches, schools, streets and organizations – past and present.
Deck the Halls: A Victorian Christmas (Until January 11): Come into our parlour to experience the sights, sounds and activities of Christmases long ago.
Admission is free. Both exhibits are open from 5 – 9pm.
AND: Edward Szocinski will be performing at 7 and 8 pm
Red Brick Cafe
Local abstract artist Rachel Albano will be featured at Red Brick Cafe (8 Douglas Street) from Nov 24 – Dec 29, 2014. Join us for opening night on Friday, Nov 28 from 6 – 8pm.
Whimsical Wire Art Workshop
“Big Ideas in Art and Culture”
Musagetes and CAFKA (Contemporary Art Forum, Kitchener and Area), Musagetes (6 Dublin Street South), 7 pm
So You Want to Learn a Language?
Ever wanted to learn a language? Dillon March will discuss how to learn a language, different programs available, and your learning style. Cost: PWYC.
10 Carden – The Study (2nd Floor), 7 – 8 pm
Friday Night Knit-In
10 Carden Street, 7 – 8:30 pm
Guelphonography 2014 Exhibit
The 20 winning photos from Guelphonogaphy‘s 2014 Contest are printed on aluminum, wood and plexiglass and are on display until November 30th, 2014.
Atmosphere Cafe, 7 – 10pm
A Variety of Art Quilts by Joan Hug-Valeriote
Most people think of quilts as something you put on a bed to keep you warm. These quilts however, fit into the category of Art Quilts, intended to decorate your walls instead of your beds. Some would call them fibre art or textile art, since the tools and materials used are needle and thread rather than paintbrush and paint. Look around though, and you will see that all these works actually do conform to the definition of a quilt, which is three layers of fabric, sewn together to produce a three-dimensional quality… the better to trap air, to keep you warm at night… or to add warmth and colour to your walls. Free!
10 Carden, 7 – 9 pm