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On View: September 18 - October 1, 2021

We are excited to announce that Métis artist Tracey-Mae Chambers #hopeandhealingcanada project will be extended and remain on view until October 1.

This outdoor art installation reflects on the challenges of the current global and national climate including the effects of the pandemic and the realities of past and present racial discrimination, underlined by the shocking discovery of the remains of Indigenous children buried at former residential schools across Canada. Through her work Chambers ask the important question "where do we go from here - individually and collectively. How do we remain hopeful?" 

The installation is located to the west of the TOM and Library buildings in the small parkette past the Gallery Shop on 2nd Avenue West.  

For more information on Tracey-Mae Chambers visit her website

Hope and Healing Canada: Current Exhibitions
Hope and Healing Canada: Pro Gallery
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