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Arts & Culture articles share stories related to local arts, entertainment and the people behind them.

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An outside art gallery: a look at Guelph's public art <b>(29 photos)</b>

An outside art gallery: a look at Guelph's public art (29 photos)

Guelph is a city of artists and art and in this Arts and Culture feature we take a photographic tour of some of Guelph’s public art
The next chapter in the bass line continuum

The next chapter in the bass line continuum

In this Arts and Culture feature we visit with Guelph musician and music teacher Jason Raso at his new home studio where he is planning the next chapter in his music career
Supporting local music and art at this year's Bumaroo Festival

Supporting local music and art at this year's Bumaroo Festival

The festival will span one afternoon on Sept. 26
Guelph Symphony Orchestra gets back to performing at free walk-by concert <b>(13 photos)</b>

Guelph Symphony Orchestra gets back to performing at free walk-by concert (13 photos)

Orchestra members performed in public twice, both for free, on the weekend
Author shares Guelph's magic in new children's book

Author shares Guelph's magic in new children's book

Maggie’s Treasure tells the story of a child who sees beauty and creativity in little things
Guelph's rich art scene struggles to perform during the pandemic

Guelph's rich art scene struggles to perform during the pandemic

The estimated economic impact from lost revenue in arts and culture across Canada is over $1.5 billion
Brightening the neighbourhood with a concert from the porch <b>(8 photos)</b>

Brightening the neighbourhood with a concert from the porch (8 photos)

In this Arts and Culture feature we go live from the front porch and the backyard of local musicians finding new ways to hone their crafts and reach their audiences
Rockwood couple's estate gifts $250,000 to organization that promotes music education

Rockwood couple's estate gifts $250,000 to organization that promotes music education

Kodály Society of Canada has a series of free online workshops for music teachers in response to increasing awareness of systemic racism and to support music teachers during COVID
Shout Sister Choir singing it loud and proud, virtually

Shout Sister Choir singing it loud and proud, virtually

The choir welcomes women of all ages to sing together from the comfort of their own homes
Guelph author navigates the stormy seas of 18th Century piracy

Guelph author navigates the stormy seas of 18th Century piracy

Clifford Jackman is Giller Prize-listed and a Governor-General Literary Award finalist