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The Gordon Snelgrove Gallery is hosting a series of Lunch and Learns daily from Jan. 7–10.
The Gordon Snelgrove Gallery is hosting a series of Lunch and Learns daily from Jan. 7–10. These presentations from across the college community address the intersections of Indigenous knowledges, pedagogical practices and contemporary art.
Tuesday, Jan. 7
Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, 191 Murray Building, 3 Campus Dr.
Everyone is welcome
Guest speaker: Lyndon Tootoosis
Lyndon Tootoosis is the new Indigenous artist-in-residence for the University Art Galleries and Collection. A “Battle River” Cree and member of the Poundmaker First Nation, Tootoosis is a carver, storyteller and interpreter of petroglyphs.
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