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a hand holding an open coconut with vegetation in the background
a jacket made of blue and brown pieces of fabric, each with varied textures and designs including fish and Japanese characters. An ink painting of two fish is in a white circle in the center
a black and white photo of Hunkpapa Lakota leader Sitting Bull from the shoulders-up. Another black and white photo below shows men around a dead whal
a blue and gray lithograph depicting dark turbulent water with foggy mountains in the background and a cloudy sky


A person with blonde hair and a red shirt walks through a field of tall vegetation


Step x Step: Walking as Remapping

The Art Gallery of Guelph is pleased to present a series of walks that offer new insight into everyday landscapes in our community.
a digital graphic showing a blue, red, and green map with yellow and white crisscrossing lines and illegible text and drawings


Cross-Border Dialogues

Launching in the fall of 2023, Cross-Border Dialogues features a series of conversations connecting curators and programmers in the United States and Canada.
a large 3D paper sculpture of a carousel with various animals

Virtual Tour

Alison Norlen: Armatures and Imaginaries

We acknowledge that the Art Gallery of Guelph resides on the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation of the Anishinaabek Peoples, who are the ancestral holders – and today the treaty holders – of this land.


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