Thursday 16 May at 6 pm
Free admission, open to everyone.
Indigenous. Global. Now.
The Sakahàn Symposium
Friday 17 May from 1 to 5 pm
Three speakers with diverse areas of expertise will address the artistic, historical and cultural timeliness of an exhibition on contemporary Indigenous art from around the world. Following the speakers’ presentations there will be a town hall conversation between the curators and artists in the exhibition. Simultaneous interpretation available. In the Auditorium. Cost: $15 adults, $12 seniors and students, and $10 members. Registration and ticket required: 613-998-8888 or 1.888.541.8888
Thursday May 16
Thursday June 20 2013
6 to 8 pm
Thursday August 15 2013
6 to 8 pm
Wednesday 12 June at 2 pm:
Greg Hill, Audain Curator of Indigenous Art
Wednesday 17 July at 2 pm:
Christine Lalonde, Associate Curator of Indigenous Art
Wednesday 7 August at 2 pm:
Candice Hopkins, Elizabeth Simonfay Guest Curator
Free with Gallery admission
Tuesday 18 June at 1:30 pm
One-hour guided tour in English; maximum 25 participants. Cost: 7$ + Gallery admission. Registration required at 613-998-8888.
Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm
10-minute talks on a work in the exhibition. In English.
Thursdays 13 and 27 June, 11 and 25 July, and 22 August at 6:00 pm
Daily, in the Exhibition space
Relax and learn about the artists in the exhibition.
Weekends and Statutory Holidays. Daily in July and August, from 11 am to 4 pm. Seven innovative activities allow families to explore art in the galleries – and their creativity in the Garden.