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.

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

Admission:
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?

Painter Frederick Verner was present in at the signing of the North West Angle treaty, (Treaty 3) in 1873. The sketches he made there were the basis for many of his later paintings.

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