Tracey-Mae Chambers will be at the museum installing one of her weaving pieces of art. She will decide once she arrives next Friday morning where she will actually do the weavings – could be inside or outside, and that is one of the interesting things about her work.
Everyone is welcome to come and watch her create her work.
TRACEY-MAE – #hopeandhealingcanada (traceymae.com)
Our talented local artisans have once again made a generous contribution to the community! Many thanks to
Diane Gallupe for the beautiful work of art. Buy your tickets to own this masterpiece.
Behind the local artisan was the creator of this pattern.
Healing Waters by Mark Anthony Jacobson (Native Name: Pey-sim-away-apey-binasi)
He is a Woodland artist from Sioux Lookout, Ontario, who currently works and lives in British Columbia. A self-taught Aboriginal artist who showcases the Woodland Movement of Ojibway Culture.
This pattern is one of the Healing Waters collection donated specifically to Northcott fabrics for quilters patterns.
Single ticket $10
3 for $25
Paper tickets on sale at the Mattawa Museum and Mattawa Legion
Draw date June 25th
The REDress Project
AN AESTHETIC RESPONSE TO THE MORE THAN 1000 MISSING AND MURDERED ABORIGINAL WOMEN IN CANADA.
The REDress Project – Jaime Black (jaimeblackartist.com)
In support of the REDress Project, the Mattawa Museum will be hosting an outdoor exhibit and activities from 10 am – 4 pm on Friday, May 5th. The museum gift shop will also be open.
We are looking for red dresses, t-shirts to be hung in the outdoor exhibit.