Medicine Wheel Mural Creation
History & heritage
Truth and Reconciliation
This event is free, but registration in advance is required. Please register by calling the Credit Union Spark Centre at 306-848-3480 or by using the City of Weyburn online booking system. This event is facilitated by Krystal Glowatski, an Indigenous creator with a strong education in Truth and Reconciliation. While participants work together to create the mural, Krystal will talk about the importance of the Medicine Wheel in Indigenous Cultures and some information on the role settler descended Canadians need to play in Truth and Reconciliation. In this workshop, each participant will be given a single piece of the mural to recreate. The mural consists of 36 individual pieces. The finished mural will be hung in the hallway outside the Weyburn Art Gallery in the Credit Union Spark Centre.
This event is free.
Weyburn Arts Council
Vision: The Weyburn Arts Council’s vision for the future is: to ensure that the visual arts are integral. For the public to come to understand and appreciate a wide variety of art forms; that Weyburn and area residents come to recognize that the arts play an important role in the lives of everyday people. Mission: The Weyburn Arts Council provides opportunities for everyone to experience art in a fun and encouraging atmosphere. Value Statement: The Weyburn Arts Council, through its programs and exhibitions, illustrates that it values working together towards the common goal of developing community awareness and appreciation of the arts. WAC values the inclusion of the local arts community and the promotion of arts education. WAC recognizes the value of and continues to seek sufficient funding for diversified programming, which is essential to promote the benefits that the arts bring to community and family.
This event is part of a hub:
Happening between September 26th and October 1st, there are 6 Culture Days events happening in Weyburn. Monday, September 26th at 11am outside Weyburn City Hall will be a Treaty 4 Flag Raising and Acknowledgement. Tuesday, September 27t...
540 5th Street
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.