Doorways Open After Darkish social gathering returns to Guelph Civic Museum
GUELPH – Doorways Open After Darkish, an all-night social gathering on the hill, returns to Guelph Civic Museum after a three-year hiatus, operating from 5pm on April 28 to 1am on April 29.
Free admission to Guelph Civic Museum begins at 5pm.
Annie Sumi will take to the sold-out Fourth Friday stage at 7:pm. The social gathering then ramps up at 8:45pm with extra performances, pop-up artwork experiences, historical past installations in and across the museum, and the Large Jerk meals truck.
Among the many occasions on the line-up for the evening are:
– Reshaping Ruins Reprised with Sophia Chilton, Caleb Bray, and Silas Chinsen;
– Glow-in-the-Darkish Chalk Artwork Wall Mural with Maeve Hind and Alexa Collette;
– Large Marionette set up;
– Stained Glass Mural with Ahmri Vanderborne and In any other case Studios;
– Elevator Theatre with Tim Clarke;
Doll-making demonstration and lavender sachets with Miko Henry;
– Launch Your Inside Little one with dress-up picture sales space by Liz Johnstone and facepainting by Tania Criminal.
Free cake will likely be provided at 12:30am.
Doorways Open After Darkish is a pre-party celebrating the return of Doorways Open Guelph on Saturday, April 29 from 10:am to 4pm.
Guelph Civic Museum is situated at 52 Norfolk Road. It’s bodily accessible.