Public art

The City of Guelph recognizes that art in public places is an important aspect of culturally vibrant cities.

Through public art we celebrate our culture and heritage, reflect our diversity, express shared values and define our unique identity.

Ruth Abernethy Statue at Guelph Civic Museum

Remember Flanders, 2015 – Ruth Abernethy, located at Guelph Civic Museum

Public Art Advisory Committee

The Public Art Advisory Committee provides strategic input and advice to Council and Staff on matters pertaining to public art in the City of Guelph, in support of the corporate goal to ensure a well-designed, safe, inclusive, appealing and sustainable city.

Public Art Advisory Committee meetings