Busy Times in the Maritimes

So…Mi’kwite’tmn (Do You Remember) install, opening and performances went great!
So many great conversations were had with visitors that came by during the performances!
There is only a few days left to check out the show (on until August 3rd)!
Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery will present Mi’kwite’tmn: Feast and Discussion on July 31st at 7:30pm Hosted by the Micmac Native Friendship Centre on 2158 Gottingen Street in Halifax.
The panel will feature myself, Dr. Carla Taunton Assistant Professor
Division of Art History and Critical Studies, Joleen Gordon Research Associate of the Nova Scotia Museum and Archives and President of the Nova Scotia Basketry Guild, Robin Metcalfe Curator of Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery.
With an opening by Mi’kmaw Artist Catherine Martin and musical performance by All Nations Drummers.
But right. now as I finish writing this post, I am settling in with a wonderful group of Artists from All across Canada for the 4th Edition if the New Canadian Pilgrimages curated by Eryn Foster, where will will be participating in a weeklong residency on Pictou Island in Nova Scotia.
So I will be off the grid until July 31st.
Hope to take some pictures to share later next week!
Then in mid August I embark on a 2.5 month tour across Canada!! More info to come in August!
Cheers 👍


One response

  1. Cheers to you Ursula in artist camper mode. I pray this week gifts you with rich insights which allow you to go ever deeper and share once again through your brilliant art making. Mmmm, so blessed are we to have young women like you breathing positive creative energy out to young minds. You are an inspiration.

    July 25, 2014 at 7:30 am

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