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Exhibition 
Indigenous
Contemporary
Art

 

Visiting Serpent River First Nation, Ontario Canada

First Nation, Métis, & Inuit Contemporary Art Exhibition 
 

Reconciliation : Indigenous Contemporary Art Exhibit is organised by Girard Gallery with the help and guidance of Residential School Survivors, Elders, Indigenous Community Members and Artists.

Through art there is healing, truth and reconciliation.

Our team travelled to Manitoulin Island, Rama First Nation, Wendake-Huron, Serpent River First Nation, Golden Lake First Nation, Dorset Kinngait Studio, and many more First Nation, Métis and Inuit locations to meet with Indigenous community members to ensure an authentic exhibition that is told by the First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities of Turtle Island/Canada. 

 

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First Nation, Métis, & Inuit Contemporary Art Exhibition

“There can only be reconciliation when we finally walk together and move out of our mutual safe ignorance to find, hear and speak truth. We can no longer say, ‘We didn’t know.’

- Paul Shilling 

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First Nation, Métis & Inuit Contemporary Art Exhibition

Will take place in Aigues-Mortes at Chapelle des Capucins, Place St. Louis from July 7th - 30th, 2023. Open from 10a.m - 7 p.m, Monday - Sunday. 

Aigues Mortes is located in South Eastern France in the region of Occitanie, between Montpellier and Nimes

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Girard Gallery team meeting with artist Paul Shilling (centre)
 Serpent River First Nation

If you are an Indigenous First Nation, Métis or Inuit Artist, Residential School Survivor, Elder, Knowledge Keeper, Arts & Crafts Maker or Other and would like to participate in our Reconciliation Exhibit contact us

If you would like to support our Reconciliation Exhibit and our efforts in restoring and protecting the First Nation, Métis and Inuit Culture you can donate. 

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