Decolonizing Guelph’s Story


John Galt and the Instant City

Friday, November 8, 7 p.m.
Saturday, November 9, 2 p.m.
Tickets at | $20 +HST

A new musical by acclaimed Canadian musicians Mike Ford and Murray Foster that explores John Galt and the founding of Guelph in a new light.


Alex Jacobs-Blum, The Medicine Game

Art as Activism: Truth, Survivance, and Resilience

Until December 1

A juried exhibition about our collective journey towards decolonization, through art works reflecting personal experiences and challenging the conventions of institutional space.

Featuring the works by Hunter Anderson, Jasmine Canaviri, Shirin Divanbeigi, Michel Dumont, Ted Fullerton and Paul Shilling, Denise Holland, Alexandra Hong, Sheraz Khan and Will Pemulis, Cody Houle, Alex Jacobs-Blum, Noni Kaur, Taras Lachowsky, Justin Langille, Monique Martin, Giniw Paradis, Michelle Peraza, and Carolyn Riddell.

Funded in part by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund and the Musagetes Fund, a grant from the Guelph Community Foundation.

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Guelph Civic Museum is physically accessible and is a barrier free space.

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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