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Indigenous Bridges: Traditional Music and Dance Performances

Indigenous Bridges: Traditional Music and Dance Performances By the Ainu People of Japan & the Blackfoot Nation Fri AUG 11 | 1 pm At Fort Whoop-Up, Indian Battle Park Road, Lethbridge, Alberta The performance will be held outdoors in the Fort compound, weather permitting. Traditional Music and Dance Performances by the Blackfoot Nation and the Ainu People […]

Indigenous Bridges: Traditional Music and Dance Performances By the Ainu People of Japan & the Blackfoot Nation Fri AUG 11 | 1 pm At Fort Whoop-Up, Indian Battle Park Road, Lethbridge, Alberta The performance will be held outdoors in the Fort compound, weather permitting. Traditional Music and Dance Performances by the Blackfoot Nation and the Ainu People […]

Casa Artist Talk: Jean Marshall & Christian Chapman

Casa Artist Talk: Jean Marshall & Christian Chapman Thursday, April 27, 7:00 – 8:30 pm Casa welcomes two artist in residence as part of the ATB First Nations Residency Program and Grant. Both Artists are recognised in their areas of expertise, combining their skills and ideas to offer a new perspective of what it means for […]

Casa Artist Talk: Jean Marshall & Christian Chapman Thursday, April 27, 7:00 – 8:30 pm Casa welcomes two artist in residence as part of the ATB First Nations Residency Program and Grant. Both Artists are recognised in their areas of expertise, combining their skills and ideas to offer a new perspective of what it means for […]

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University of Lethbridge Art Gallery exhibition: Ursula Johnson: Mi’kwite’tmn (Do You Remember)

Organized by Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery Curated by Robin Metcalfe Mi’kwite’tmn (pronounced Meh-gwih-DAY-duh-min) explores contemporary assumptions about museum practices and traditional First Nations art making. The exhibition is composed of three parts. The first part includes a “Museological Grand Hall” with visually stunning sandblasted images of Mi’kmaq baskets on plexi display units. The second […]

Organized by Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery Curated by Robin Metcalfe Mi’kwite’tmn (pronounced Meh-gwih-DAY-duh-min) explores contemporary assumptions about museum practices and traditional First Nations art making. The exhibition is composed of three parts. The first part includes a “Museological Grand Hall” with visually stunning sandblasted images of Mi’kmaq baskets on plexi display units. The second […]