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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Walkabout Tour with David Bobier: Hands On!

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Guelph Civic Museum

Guelph, ON

Directions: Guelph Civic Museum is located at 52 Norfolk St, Guelph, N1H 4H8. Entrance to our free parking lot is located off of Cork Street.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible, has gender-neutral washrooms, and will have a sign language interpreter.


Guest curator David Bobier leads an all-ages sensory tour of the vibrotactile art featured in new exhibit, VibraFusionLab: Bridging Practices in Accessibility, Art and Communications.

About the exhibit: Experience sound and vibration technologies through art installations by David Bobier, Lindsay Fisher, Marla Hlady, Ellen Moffat, Gordon Monahan, Alison O’Daniel, and Lynx Sainte-Marie. By making sound tangible through touch, this exhibition aims to change public perceptions of difference and disability.

Presented in partnership with VibraFusionLab, an innovative centre for vibrotactile research and creative practice based in London, Ontario.

American Sign Language: There will be ASL interpreters present. The interpreters will be wearing a badge that says “ASL Interpreter.”

Free admission all weekend long at Guelph Civic Museum and McCrae House.



Guelph Museums

Guelph Museums consists of three heritage sites -- Guelph Civic Museum, McCrae House, and Locomotive 6167 -- where we explore our local histories through permanent and changing exhibitions, interactive galleries, as well as special events and engagement activities.