On Thursday, local artist Nancy Bergman visited the Douglas Family Art Centre to talk about her solo-exhibition Somewhere in the Sky.
There is only one week left to see the architecture exhibition Kahnowiilyaa / Everyone at the Douglas Family Art Centre before it closes on November 4th.
It was on this day in 1884 that Walter Joseph Phillips was born in Barton-on-Humber, Lincolnshire, England.
Final Days to See… Bakaan nake’ii ngii-izhi-gakinoo’amaagoomin / We Were Taught Differently: The Indian Residential School Experience
Bakaan nake’ii ngii-izhi-gakinoo’amaagoomin / We Were Taught Differently: The Indian Residential School Experience is closing tomorrow, October 20th.
In the early twentieth century, women’s hats were over the top. They were usually decorated with frills, flowers, feathers, and even birds!
The Douglas Family Art Centre has extended the call for submissions for an upcoming exhibition: The Jingle Ball. Apply by November 1st.
On September 30th, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, staff and members of council from the City Of Kenora visited The Muse.
Science North and The Muse are proud to present this recording of a Bluecoat Talk with artist Ruth Cuthand.