The McMaster Museum of Art invites graduate students for a free guided tour of the summer exhibitions — we are made of stardust and NIIPA 20/20.
we are made of stardust
Curated by Rhéanne Chartrand, August 11 to December 2
we are made of stardust is a group exhibition that explores Indigenous peoples’ relationship with the cosmos.
Curated by Rhéanne Chartrand, May 31 to September 2
NIIPA 20/20 presents over 150 photographic works by fifty alumni photographers of the Native Indian/Inuit Photographers’ Association (NIIPA).
Founded in Hamilton in 1985 and active until the early 2000s, NIIPA played a critical role in advocating for, supporting, and building up a community of emerging and established Indigenous photographers in Canada and the United States. Their photographs visualize the diverse interests and concerns of the photographers and promote a positive, realistic, and contemporary image of Indigenous life here on Turtle Island.