Jun 15 2021
Tour Rosalie Favell’s Family Legacy
Take a tour through Rosalie Favell’s Family Legacy with the titular artist through the video below!
Using photographs, lenticular imagery, and paintings, contemporary artist Rosalie Favell pieces together the multiple, intersecting histories of Winnipeg and the Indigenous Peoples of the Red River settlement in this exhibition, which traces Favell’s family history to before the 1700s.
Coming this summer
Metis Kitchen Table Teachings – Join us in events that explore Metis identity, the history of scrip, a free beading workshop, and more! Details coming soon!
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Thanks for your tour!
Hoping to visit the gallery soon.
Lovely to see your comment Colette!!
Loved this short film…well.done Rosalie..