The Time of Things

ALL TOURS SPOTS HAVE BEEN BOOKED – see below for more information

 

Grade 4-8 Contemporary Indigenous Art School Tour

Through the artworks of five contemporary Indigenous women artists, student will experience world views and knowledge that straddle Indigenous and western ways of knowing. Through a variety of interactive activities, students will explore the following themes:

  • Artistic practices rooted in the land
  • The continuity of traditions carried into the contemporary world
  • The importance of inter-generational memory and knowledge passed on through family traditions and cultural practices
  • The importance of art in the revitalization of language and culture

DETAILS

  • FREE 
  • 75 minute guided tour and art activity
  • Running April 13 to June 15, 2018
  • Bookings Wednesdays – Fridays @ 10 AM Exact times flexible with classroom needs
  • Located Downtown Victoria at the Legacy Art Gallery 630 Yates Street
  • Teacher’s package with in-class activities

 

 

ALL TOURS SPOTS HAVE BEEN BOOKED (as of 4:00pm Jan 17, 2018)

Thank you for your interest in the Legacy Art Gallery school tours. This year all of our tours were booked very fast. There are still several options to visit:

  1. Email legacytours@uvic.ca to be put on a wait-list. Cancellations do occur as tour dates approach.
  2. Schedule a self-guided tour. The Legacy Art Gallery is free and open to the public. The exhibition The Time of Things will run from April 11 to July 7, 2018. You are more than welcome to bring your class and do a self-guided tour if you let us know what day and time you would like to come. We will offer some basic resources for you to use ahead of time and a short introduction when you arrive.
  3. Stay tuned for future fall and/or winter school tours!

We acknowledge with respect the Lkwungen-speaking peoples on whose traditional territory the university stands and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.

 

This program is generously funded in part by the Salish Weave Collection.

 

Image credit: Daphne Boyer. All my relations, 2018 (Detail)Hand- and laser-cut images of digitally manipulated plant material. 1.70 m X 0.75 m.