Upcoming Guided Tours of Nancy Bergman: Somewhere in the Sky

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.

The Douglas Family Art Centre is excited to offer two guided tours of the exhibition Nancy Bergman: Somwhere in the Sky. This exhibition of 20 art quilts created by local artist Nancy Bergman symbolize the sky and its mysteries during a twenty-four hour period.

These tours were created by our talented volunteer Tour Guides, Susan Bulman and Eleanor MacDonell, and provide a more in-depth look at the techniques and symbolism used by Bergman.

Tuesday, November 30th at 2pm
Saturday, December 11th at 2pm

Regular admission + $2.
For admission rates, click here.

Pre-register by calling 807-467-2201 or emailing [email protected]. Walk-ins welcome.

Somewhere in the Sky closes December 24th at 12:00pm.  Make sure to plan your visit before then to avoid disappointment!


Did you know?

There are three Charles Adamson cenotaphs –

  1. Toronto
  2. Kenora
  3. Wingham, Ontario