Arts Connection for June 9, 2011

Richard Quesnel from Lost & Found Theatre talks about its history and the upcoming Arts in the City event

Interview date: 
June 9, 2011

Quick read explores church's attitude towards art

I finished reading Historical Attitudes that Shaped the Church's Use of the Arts by Matthew R. S. Todd (Word Alive Press 2010 It's a short gem (about 170 pages, but only 107 are text, the rest are footnotes and references) I discovered at the recent Write! Canada Writers' Conference, which now has passaged marked and underlined for further reference.

Arts Connection for June 2, 2011

An interview with John Franklin, executive director of Imago

Interview date: 
June 2, 2011

Sacred, secular meet at Art on the Street

If you happen to be in Guelph this weekend, check out the annual Art on the Street festival.
The annual event takes place Saturday, July 16 and is sponsored by the Downtown Guelph Business Association and the Guelph Arts Council. The event closes down Quebec Street, a key downtown thoroughfare, as 60-plus artist display works featuring everything from photography to sculpture to blacksmithing to painting and everything in between.

"A Matter of Faith" for Saturday, July 9, 2011

Here's a link to the "A Matter of Faith" column for the Saturday, July 9 edition of  The Guelph Mercury:

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