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A Thunderstorm Experience
In-personIndigenous Interdisciplinary Nature & outdoors Storytelling Visual arts
Date and time
New Iceland Heritage Museum
Offered in English.
Create a thunderstorm! Participate, learn and enjoy the power of a thunderstorm in this audience-created phenomenon. Five independent artists join with the NIHM to present In Harmony: Land, Lake, Trees & Shore. These creative works focus on the ways in which we interact with our surroundings in a search for harmony within, with others, and with the environment. For this event, special guest Kevin Koroscil and artists will talk about the significance of thunder and lightening in Indigenous beliefs and about how all humans experience these storms. You, the audience, will create a thunderstorm before going on to take in the show of works by artists Gary Foidart, Gayle Halliwell, Moray McVey, Rosemary Miguez and Stephanie Sutton. Storms every 40 minutes beginning at 6:30 (6:30, 7:10, 7:50, 8:30).
- New Iceland Heritage Museum nihm.ca
New Iceland Heritage Museum & Independent Artists
The New Iceland Heritage Museum (NIHM) greets visitors from around the world year round, seven days a week, at its main multi-media location in the The Waterfront Centre.
Through the presentation of dynamic permanent exhibits, temporary and traveling exhibits, and through a variety of workshops, lectures and programs the New Iceland Heritage Museum (NIHM) strives to serve the public as a valuable community resource that meets the increasing needs of new audiences and that presents relevant topics and issues in a rapidly changing world.
Five independent artists have joined together with the NIHM to present their works within the theme of harmony. Artists Gary Foidart, Gayle Halliwell, Moray McVey, Rosemary Miguez and Stephanie Sutton have created a show that invites the viewer to explore their use of five different media to focus on the five elements of harmony.