April 14 to June 24, 2018

  Installation view of  A National Crime: Canada's Indian Residential School System  exhibit at the Organization of American States in Washington, DC       

Installation view of A National Crime: Canada's Indian Residential School System exhibit at the Organization of American States in Washington, DC

 

 


February 2 to April 29, 2018

  Installation shot of Tori Foster's exhibition   Traces of Beings  . Photo courtesy of the Esplanade Art Gallery, Medicine Hat.

Installation shot of Tori Foster's exhibition Traces of Beings. Photo courtesy of the Esplanade Art Gallery, Medicine Hat.

A National Crime: Canada’s Indian Residential School System

Heritage Gallery

Opening: Wednesday, April 25 @ 7:30pm 

The travelling exhibition, A National Crime: Canada’s Indian Residential School System, which consists of five panels in English and five in French, explores the creation of the System, the experiences of the students, its impacts and legacies, and Indigenous-led political action, healing, and reconciliation. This exhibition is on display in our Heritage Gallery as part of programming for the Atamiskākēwak National Gathering 2018.

The exhibition is organized by the Legacy of Hope Foundation and presented as a partnership project between the Atamiskākēwak National Gathering, Converging Pathways Consulting, and MJM&AG. 

https://www.nationalgathering.ca/


Tori Foster: Traces of Beings

Opening: Friday, February 2 @ 7:30pm

Artist talk: Saturday, February 3 @ 1:00pm

Curated by Joanne Marion; Organized in partnership with the Esplanade Art Gallery, Medicine Hat, AB


February 2 to April 29, 2018

  Kevin McKenzie,   The Triptych is Father, Son and Holy Ghost II  , Liquid plastic, carbon fiber, neon, each piece 34 X 34 X 14 " 2017.

Kevin McKenzie, The Triptych is Father, Son and Holy Ghost II, Liquid plastic, carbon fiber, neon, each piece 34 X 34 X 14 " 2017.

Kevin McKenzie: Resurrection

Opening: Friday, February 2 @ 7:30pm

Artist talk: Saturday, April 25 @ 7:00pm