miyotamon nananis – it is a good road in all directions
Strathcona County Hall
September 14, 2022 to January 13, 2023
Strathcona County is proud to host ᒥᔪᑕᒧᐣ ᓇᓇᓂᐢ miyotamon nananis – it is a good road in all directions, an art exhibit by Métis artist Heather Shillinglaw. Grounded in the oral teachings of her mother, elder Shirley Norris-Shillinglaw from Cold Lake First Nations, Shillinglaw's art quilts envision landscapes as her ancestors would have known them.
Find this exhibit on the main floor of Strathcona County Hall.
Opening reception - Friday, September 30, 2:30 p.m.
Join us to meet and talk with the artist and engage in a blessing and smudging led by elder Mary Cardinal Collins. All are welcome. Refreshments will be served, and Ruby MacMillan will perform with the harp.
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