Enjoy Some “Art for Lunch” with these Upcoming Film Screenings

by Shelby Smith

Image advertising guided tours of the exhibition, "Ruth Cuthand: Beads of Truth" taking place on November 13 & 23 at 2pm. Cost of admission is regular admission plus $2. Black background with white and light green text. Featured artworks include a beaded depiction of a MRI brain scan and a bundle of folded grey blankets with red ribbon and beaded patches representing smallpox.

Enjoy some “Art for Lunch” with these upcoming FREE lunch-hour film screenings at the Douglas Family Art Centre! Click on a date below to learn more about the film(s).

June 16By Women’s Hand 
June 23What’s This? Understanding Contemporary Art
June 30 – Tying Your Own Shoes & Walking 
July 7 Hands of History 
July 14 – Affairs of the Art & The Creative Process: Where Do I Start?

All screenings will take place in the Studio at the Art Centre. Guests are welcome to bring their lunch. Admission is free. Donations appreciated. All films courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada (NFB).

Click here to learn more about these films and other upcoming events and programs.

Did you know?

Many of the properties in the Kenora area were originally gold claims— the properties on Hilly Lake were originally gold claims owned by inventor Thomas Edison