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numerous doors with glass panes and a wooden chair installed in a gallery space
An artwork in colours of yellow, black, and gray depicts two bridges under construction over a river with buildings in the background.
A close-up of sun sparkling on deep blue waves of water
A painting with abstract pink, green, and yellow shapes in the background, featuring a sleeping person with black hair and a white shirt in the bottom right hand corner


a headshot of curator Holly Chang, a woman with long dark hair wearing a purple shirt


Middlebrook Prize awarded to Holly Chang

The Art Gallery of Guelph (AGG) is pleased to announce that Holly Chang has been awarded the 2023 Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators.
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 photograph of the Art Gallery of Guelph building from the outside in front of the building sign.


AGG & Visual Identity

The Art Gallery of Guelph launches new website.
A photograph of four brown pots, with 3 being distant, and one close. The pot has patterns of leaves and flowers.


KC Adams Maada’oonidiwag (Coming together)

Art Gallery of Guelph launches Maada’oonidiwag (Coming together) by artist KC Adams.
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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