Every artefact has a story, or in this case, three! Through the inspiration of the BCM&CCC’s collection, this upcoming exhibition will uncover the stories of a selected number of artefacts, staff’s personal connections to the objects, and the ultimate reimagining of the artefact through fibre art.
Discover the origin story of each artefact, why it attracted BCM&CC staff, and see the artists interpretation of the artefact as transformed through the medium of fibre in this exciting and unique show.
Opening Reception will be held January 13, 2024 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and everyone is welcome to attend. There will be a cash bar and light refreshments.
RSVP below or by phone at 519-797-2080
Also, it’s the LAST CHANCE to see Heather Lynne Travis’ “This Must Be the Place” exhibit as it closes December 30th.
Artist Heather Lynne Travis uses bold colours, big scale and creative storytelling to invite new conversations around childless heroes – including pop culture icons like Dolly Parton, Ina Garten, Missy Elliott, and others – and facilitate positive discourse on a sometimes taboo topic. See full exhibit details >>
Prints from the collection can be purchased in the Museum Gift Shop! Can’t make it before the exhibit closes? Check it out online!
Don’t forget to check out the Not on Netflix movies – See full movie listings >>