Family Art Night

Mann Art Gallery at the EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts

142 12th St. West, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Prince Albert, SK

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Fashion & costumes

Indigenous

Visual arts

Join us at the Mann Art Gallery for a free family drop-in art experience. See the current exhibitions, including "Love in Every Stitch: Métis Ribbon Skirts from Kistapinanihk", and design, draw, and paint a picture of a ribbon skirt or shirt that is symbolic of you and your values. We strongly encourage all visitors to wear masks, and masks in child and adult sizes will be provided. Drop-in Activity, no registration required Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm Ages: all ages but recommended for participants 5+ Children must be accompanied by adults, but this activity is not strictly for children. Adults will enjoy attending it as well. All exhibitions currently on display: * Love in Every Stitch: Métis Ribbon Skirts from Kistapinanihk, artists: Leah Marie Dorion, Bonny Johnson, Kay Chandler, Erin Dyck, Keeley Henry, Tanya Lemieux, Melanie Markling, Addison McInnes, Suzanne Moran, Beige L Unger, Erika Warkentine. In Partnership with Shushkitew Collective. * Enclosing Some Snapshots: The Photography of Métis Activist James Brady, curated by Paul Seesequasis and Marcel Petit *Leah M. Dorion: A Colourful Celebration, a permanent collection exhibition of paintings curated by Milo Adair

Thu 13 Oct
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Mann Art Gallery Website

This event is free.

  • Ribbon Skirts by Beige Unger and Bonny Johnson
  • A student designs a ribbon skirt, with pencil and paint on paper

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Mann Art Gallery

The Mann is Prince Albert’s only public art gallery, and the northernmost public art gallery in Saskatchewan. It thus has an important role to play in promoting local and regional artists' work through mounting and touring exhibitions, producing catalogues, and conducting curatorial visits. Adding diversity and community involvement in our programming is achieved by exhibiting works in our three galleries from different artists and art groups. This programming plan allows the gallery to maintain its curatorial focus (Main Gallery), include community-based arts organizations, guilds, seniors groups, marginalized groups, and emerging artists (Project Space), while encouraging youth and students to actively participate (Studio Gallery/Education Room).

This event is part of a hub:

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Location

142 12th St. West, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Prince Albert, SK

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.