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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.
Tethered Perspective an Exhibition by Megan Krause Featured Artist at the NorVA Centre
Date and time
This activity runs the duration of Culture Days.
177 Green Street
Flin Flon, MB
Directions: Coming from the south on Hwy 10 Turn into town on Hwy 10 A. At the first set of lights you will be at the intersection of Hwy 10 A and Green Street. Turn right and we are the second block up the hill from the lights at the Corner of Whitney and Green Street. See you there!.
Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
Megan Krause is the NorVA Feature Artist for Culture Days 2021.
Exhibit Title: A Tethered Perspective
Megan Krause completed her BFA Honours in Painting at the University of Manitoba in 2011. With an emphasis on the environment and human ecology, her work has gained wide recognition. She has exhibited her work in galleries across Canada and has received support from both the Manitoba Arts Council and the Winnipeg Arts Council, including the Deep Bay Artists’ Residency, the Churchill Artists’ Residency, and the inaugural Nellie McClung Arts Legacy Award. Megan has taught painting and drawing at the Community School of Music and the Arts and at the Winnipeg Art Gallery Studio. In 2017/18 she served as board chair for Mentoring Artists for Woman’s Art (MAWA), an organization that advocates to further the professional development of women artists in Winnipeg and abroad.
Megan resides in Winnipeg with her husband Jesse and their two kids and together, they support each other’s creative endeavours.
Her show is available throughout the entire Culture Days month. Gallery hours are 10:00 to 5:00 Tuesday through Friday and 12:30 to 4:30 on Saturday. Additional Culture Days opening times will be posted.
At this time the NorVA Centre requires that the public be masked, double vaccinated plus 14 days and complete the tracing sheet. Sanitizing stations are at the doors and physical distancing is facilitated with 50% capacity for attendance.
Northern Visual Arts Centre (NorVA)
The NorVA Centre began in 2010 as a small seed of an idea. Since then it has become a visual arts presence in the already culturally vibrant northern community in and around Flin Flon Manitoba.
Year round the Centre offers studio and gallery space to local artists, brings in touring exhibitions, mentorships, classes and builds artist leadership.
The NorVA Centre's goals are to provide Access, Growth and Inclusion to all who wish to stretch their minds, imaginations and skills in the visual arts.
NorVA Centre respectfully acknowledges that we are in Treaty 5 Territory. The land on which we work and live is the traditional territory of the Cree, Inninnowuk, Dene, Saulteax, Oji-Cree, Anishinabe and Homeland of the Métis.
“Together, Canadians must do more than just talk about reconciliation; we must learn how to practice reconciliation in our everyday lives – within ourselves and our families, and in our communities, governments, places of worship, schools, and workplaces. To do so constructively, Canadians must remain committed to the ongoing work of establishing and maintaining respectful relationships.”
-Taken from The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation Reports
This event is part of a hub:
NorVA Centre is an artist run studio/gallery serving the area in and around Flin Flon, Manitoba. It proudly hosts multiple events during Culture Days. This year these events include the Megan Krause Exhibition, Tethering Perspectives and A...