Arts Council 2023 Art Talks

Held in the local libraries on wintry Sunday afternoons, the Arts Talks are an opportunity for local artists and performers to share their experiences, tales of development and interaction with mentors, audiences and clients. Their presentations add to our insight and appreciation of their art and creativity. $10 at the door.

January 29, The Joy of Making Music Together

Fergus Library, 2 pm

Judith Douglas is the organizer and a player of the French Horn in the Gallery Music Concerts at the Wellington County Museum since 1988. She will share her story, her passion for chamber music, and the joy of perfect moments in music.

February 26, The Elora Community Theatre: From Page to Stage

Elora Library, 2 pm

Take a peek behind the curtains of the Elora Community Theatre, active since 1972, with Deb Stanson and Dave Tanner. These talented and dedicated local leaders in community theatre will take us on a journey from play selection to closing bow.

March 12, A Life in Weaving

Fergus Library, 2 pm

Dianne Kennedy Cruttenden has been creating woven tapestries and clothing since 1970. Often spinning her own yarn and hand-dyeing it, she is known for her use of vibrant, saturated colour. She will tell her story with imagery and weavings.