The Art Guild of Scarborough’s Annual Arthur Show – Celebrating 60 Years!

White barn by tflaser
Location:Clarke Centre for the Arts
Address:191 Guildwood Pkwy Toronto Map
Start date:September 2, 2022
End date:September 29, 2022
Time:09:00 AM – 04:00 PM

The Art Guild of Scarborough’s Annual Arthur Show is being held, in-person, at the beautiful new Clarke Centre for the Arts gallery! Dates: Sept 2 to 29, 2022. Times: Monday to Wednesday and Friday from 9 am to 4 pm, Thursday from 9 am to 8 pm. The Arthur Show reception is being held on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022 from 2 pm to 4 pm at the Clark Centre for the Arts - Guild Inn with the awards presentation at 3 pm.

This juried show, of 35 original works (of over 200 submissions), includes the paintings selected by juror, Maurice Snelgrove, to receive the following awards: The Arthur Award, the Joy MacFadyen Free Spirit Award and three Honourable Mentions. The Arthur Award, designed by the Art Guild’s first president, is awarded to the member of the overall best work in the show. The Joy MacFadyen Free Spirit Award recognizes the creativity of a member whose work is a unique example of that artist’s creative spirit. We will be remembering Joy MacFadyen, her spirit and contributions to The Art Guild and to the wider creative community.

The annual Arthur Show features what our members consider to be their very best works. "White Barn" by member artist Terri Flaser, is an example of the quality of the art show. Our local artists support one another’s efforts and progress, and foster an appreciation of creativity in the wider community. You will enjoy viewing works in a variety of media: oil, acrylic, watercolour, pastel, ink, and mixed media and sculpture. All are available for purchase. During your visit, enjoy the beautiful Guild Park and Gardens.

The Art Guild of Scarborough is a non-profit membership organization, which was formed in 1962 in order to bring together people with a mutual interest in the fine arts.

Celebrating 60 years of fine art!

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