Saturday, 21 August 2010

Aboriginal Artists from Quebec to visit Yellowknife

RT @Northern_Clips: Culture Days #YZF #NWT Schedule "Migratory Passages / Passages Migratoires" artists from Quebec travel to Yellowknife

Migratory Passages / Passages Migratoires

Migratory Passages / Passages Migratoires

La Boite Rouge Vif

Location: Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Organized by: La Boite Rouge Vif / Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre

Date(s) & Time(s):

Friday, September 24, 2010 to Sunday, September 26, 2010

Type of activity: Visit / Demo, Excursion


Migratory Passages is an exhibit produced by La Boite Rouge Vif which presents the artistic and craft work of 23 Aboriginal artists of Quebec.

The exhibit incorporates traditional knowledge and skills and artists' reflection on identity and culture, and includes works by artists from the communities of Odanak, Mashteuiatsh, and Uashat mak Mani-Utenam.

Selected artists from Quebec will travel to Yellowknife to engage with Aboriginal artist representatives from the Northwest Territories.

The public is invited to visit the exhibit and view live demonstrations by artisans from both regions.

Exhibition opening Friday, September 17, 2010


4750 48 Street Yellowknife
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories


The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre is located near downtown Yellowknife on the shores of Frame Lake, between City Hall and the Legislative Assembly.

Contact information:

Ashley Green - Public Affairs Officer
(867) 920-3059