Guelph, Ont., July 12, 2018—Join Stephanie Clarke for fun, outdoor art activities at the Guelph Farmers’ Market this August. Market Mornings runs every Saturday in August from 10 a.m. until noon in the Farmers’ Market parking lot.
Patching Guelph Together invites you to create fabric patches with iconic Guelph images. Creating patches lets you reflect on what it means to be a Guelphite—past, present and future—as a part of our Commuity Plan project.
After creating your patch, we’ll take a picture of it before you take it home. We’ll share the photos on social media using #patchingguelphtogether, and during Culture Days at the Culture Hub and Makers Market on September 29 in Market Square.
About Stephanie Clarke
Stephanie Clarke is a Guelph-based artist who has lived here for over 25 years. She enjoys working in a variety of mediums, but feels most at home working with fabrics. Clarke began creating and selling iron-on patches after graduating from the Visual and Digital Arts Program at Humber College. She also coordinates the Guelph Tool Library.
About the City of Guelph’s Community Plan
Guelph is set to grow from 130,000 people to 170,000 people in 2030. The City is working with the community to build Guelph’s Community Plan to understand your vision for our future. It will reflect the hopes and priorities of people in our community and guide the work of our local government and community organizations.
Stacey Dunnigan, Manager of Culture and Tourism
Culture, Tourism and Community Investment
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 2533