Watch Our Virtual Tour of Colour with a “U”

by Shelby Smith

If you missed out on attending the virtual tour of Colour with a “U” earlier this week, we have some good news: you can now view a recording of the evening on our website for a limited time!

Get lost in the exquisite details of over 30 vibrant textile artworks. Learn what inspired each artist and how they addressed themes of diversity and inclusion with their artwork.

The recording will only be available to watch until June 27th, so be sure to act quickly to avoid disappointment.

Click here to take the free virtual tour. 

Wilma Brock, The Urgent Colours of a Summer Garden (2019). Textile. 96.5 x 61 cm (38 x 24 in).

Dawn Piasta, Eh, Eutopian Sky (2020). Textile. 66 x 63.5 cm (26 x 25 in).

June Robertson, Psychedelic Skies 4 (2019). Textile. 78.7 x 58.4 cm (31 x 22 in).

Did you know?

Kenora was once claimed by Ontario and by Manitoba. Both provinces claimed the area between 1878 and 1884. The case was resolved in 1884 by Queen Victoria’s Privy Council, the highest court in the world at the time.

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