Artist in Residence outdoor exhibition opens September 3

Talk and trail walk with Mallory Tolcher on September 29

Explore the Silvercreek and Eramosa River Trails throughout September and view #GuelphMovesMe, an outdoor art exhibition by Mallory Tolcher, the City’s 2019 Artist in Residence.

The exhibition features 12 hand-drawn portraits of Guelph residents getting physically active outdoors. A corresponding exhibition map includes the photos used as inspiration for the portraits along with a description of how Guelph moves them. The first six portraits will be installed at points along the Silvercreek and Eramosa River Trails from September 3-15. The next six will be installed between September 15–30. You can view a map of the exhibition and learn where to get a paper copy at guelph.ca/airguelph.

Join Tolcher for her Artist Talk and Trail Walk on September 29 during Culture Days. The talk will take place at 1 p.m. at McCrae House, 108 Water Street followed by a trail walk.

About Mallory Tolcher

Mallory is a local artist and educator who specializes in community art, drawing and installation art. Since graduating from the University of Toronto and Sheridan College’s joint Art and Art History program in 2011, she has worked on a variety of public and private commissions including the creation of Canada’s largest sports-court mural in Palmerston, Ontario.

Resources

Learn about the Artist in Residence program

For more information

Stacey Dunnigan, Manager of Culture and Tourism
Culture, Tourism and Community Investment
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 2533
stacey.dunnigan@guelph.ca