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Guelph Arts Council Relocates to 10C Shared Space

GUELPH - The Guelph Arts Council has relocated to 10C Shared Space in the former Acker Building at 42 Carden Street.

Guelph Arts Council’s new home will be an accessible, street level, art-filled space that shines a spotlight on Guelph’s creative community. 

For artists and arts workers looking for support, and residents and visitors looking for arts experiences, GAC’s new office and resource centre will be an easy-to-find one-stop shop. 

It will also be a space within the community of social change-makers co-working at 42 Carden, which will open up new opportunities for collaboration and inspiration. 

“The people of Guelph have a well-deserved reputation for taking care of each other and innovating together,” said GAC executive director Patti Broughton. “This is remarkably evident in the evolution of 10C Shared Space. 

“While the plans have developed, Guelph Arts Council and 10 Carden have collaborated to ensure that the centre will be a place for the arts, with fully accessible exhibition, workshop, and event spaces.”

The Guelph Arts Council’s address is now: Guelph Arts Council, 10C Shared Space, 42 Carden Street, Guelph, ON  N1H 3A2. 

The online home remains, general email, and office hours run Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 4pm (or by appointment).

August 11, 2017


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