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Indigenous Art 2022: The 47th Annual Juried Exhibition

Woodland Cultural Centre Presents The 47th Annual Indigenous Art Exhibition 2022

(Brantford/Six Nations, ON): The Woodland Cultural Centre would like to thank all the artists who submitted their works. Without the support of artists and communities, we would not be reaching 47 years of Indigenous Art at the Woodland Cultural Centre.

Established in 1975, this is one of the longest-running multimedia exhibitions that provide artists with an opportunity to exhibit and sell their work in a fine art gallery setting. This annual exhibition will feature upcoming talents as well as senior artists from all over turtle island. The contemporary pieces showcase the unique and powerful voices of Indigenous artists. This year the audience will investigate the political and cultural issues indigenous artists face within North America and within their work.

Our Museum and Galleries are an integral element of the Woodland Cultural Centre. The museum offers direct services to the Wahta Mohawks, Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, and Six Nations of the Grand River communities. Your admission will help to support more exhibitions, publications, symposiums, and conferences that centre the voice of Indigenous Peoples.

Booking Details

For further inquiries contact:
Kira Gibson, Curatorial Assistant
arts.assist@woodlandculturalcentre.ca
519.759.2650

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