We have been honoured to host the powerful exhibition TIME OF THINGS in these extraordinary times. The exhibition will be up for only one more day, and we invite you to experience (or re-experience) this while you can. Masks and physical distancing are required. Bring your own mask or use one that we provide.
We are grateful to the five artists and Guest Curator France Trépanier for enabling this exhibition to be extended until now. TIME OF THINGS originally opened for one day in March, and then the Gallery was closed for four months. The exhibition was initially scheduled to end in May, and we were pleased to able to present it through the summer.
For beautiful images and more information about TIME OF THINGS: The Continuum of Indigenous Customary Practice into Contemporary Art, see our e-publication.
Starting Saturday, Sept. 12, the Gallery space will be closed while we install the upcoming programing, but SHOP:MADE will be open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am to 5pm.
We are very pleased that films created by participants in the the last two sessions of the Youth Media Project will finally be presented to the public. On Sept. 19 the films will be streamed live from the Sid Williams Theatre at 3pm and 7pm. (See below for details).
We are looking forward to hosting another presentation of But Enough Art, Eat!, a three-day interdisciplinary community project with art, music and talks. The event will run from Sept. 23 to 25.
And starting Sept. 30, we will present Walk With Me: Uncovering the human dimensions of the overdose crisis.
Read on for more details. See you soon. Stay strong.