Guelph artist Alisa McRonald is a creative in residence for the Ontario Culture Days Festival.
The province wide festival runs Sept. 22 to Oct. 15. McRonald is one of eight Ontario artists featured in the festival.
Her art exhibition will be featured at the Guelph Civic Museum for the full run of the festival. The exhibition is free to view.
McRonald’s project features punch-needle wall-hangings. Her textile practice includes queer and feminist themes.
“She is interested in straddling the line between fine art and craft and inserts pop-culture references into her work,” said in the press release.
Her sustainable art practice is made possible by creating her own tools, scavenging and recycling textiles.
McRonald lives in Guelph and works as a teacher and facilitator. Her exhibitions have been featured nationally and internationally.