An Evening with Jaime Black
Thursday, October 14
7 to 8:30 p.m.
This Women’s History Month, join us for an inspiring conversation with multidisciplinary Métis artist Jaime Black. Of Anishinaabe and Finnish descent, the artist first came to prominence in 2011 with her renowned REDress Project, a thought-provoking installation reflecting the absence of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
This event is presented in English with simultaneous French interpretation.
Interpretation will also be provided in American Sign Language (ASL) and in the langue des signes québécoise (LSQ).
This event is online.
Judith Klassen, Curator of Cultural Expression, is your host as this video takes you behind the scenes of the Canadian Museum of History with special guest and Québécoise cultural icon, Mitsou.
October 6 to 31
During regular Museum hours
Ten bats are hidden throughout the Museum’s public spaces. Search high and low, and if you find them all, come back to the Information desk to receive a special surprise!
Pick up your Bat Hunt checklist at the Information desk, or download it here.