Thursday, March 13, 2014
You are invited to Entanglement: A Symposium on Aboriginal Arts and Philosophy with talks and performances followed by a reception/exhibition catalogue launch of Gashka'oode (Tangled), which features the artwork of four artists of Aboriginal ancestry.
Thursday March 13, (6:45-10:00 pm) University College, Conron Hall, Room 224 Western University Google map to get here http://goo.gl/maps/DEq12
Begins at 6:45pm with the Minwaasgay Singers - Traditional Ojibwe men's drumming. Features International Indigenous Curator/Artist Gerald McMaster, Gashka'oode (Tangled) exhibition curator Dolleen Manning and a performance by Métis Spoken Word
Artist/Singer Moe Clark.
Food Provided - Free Admission - All Welcome!
For more information please contact Marlene Jones, Undergraduate Assistant, Department of Visual Arts: firstname.lastname@example.org / tel 519.661.3440 (83440) Presented in partnership with Forest City Gallery (London), Native Women in the Arts (Toronto), ArtNow! Speaker Series in the Department of Visual Arts, and McIntosh Gallery, Wester