A Red Dress Project sponsored by The Independent (in Johnstone Park)
Fibre & textile arts
Mount Allison student, Kiara Bubar, will present a Red Dress Project, along with information about murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls (MMIWGs). The Red Dress Project was created by Jaime Black as “an aesthetic response to the more than 1000 missing and murdered aboriginal women in Canada.”
This event is free.
Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Students in Comm 3271 Arts and Culture Marketing with Dr. Rosemary Polegato
Students in Comm 3271 Arts and Culture Marketing have participated in Culture Days since its inception in 2010. Students design a program of 10 mini-events for downtown Sackville, do virtually all the marketing required, and carry out their plan for the program. The same 10 businesses and organizations have supported the project from the beginning. Each year the project has reached farther into the campus and town community for participants. As an experiential learning project, students submit a reflection of their learning from this community-based project.
This event is part of a hub:
Students in Comm 3271 Arts and Culture Marketing with Dr. Rosemary Polegato Sackville, NB
Join us in downtown Sackville at 10 locations! We will be there as you shop, pick up, your mail, do your banking, or grab a bite to eat. Share a happy memory. Take in the sounds of talented Mount Allison Music students. Listen to the sweet...