This past week the University of Lethbridge celebrated Indigenous Awareness Week. A time of cultural celebration and information. We held a Beading Workshop hosted by the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery. It was a fun time, both experienced and novice beaders created some beautiful designs side by side. The workshop was taught by Melissa Shouting, and assisted by Chataya Holy Singer and Kale Fox-Zacharias.
Cancelled due to COVID-19
Unfortunately, this exhibition has been cancelled to due to the COVID 19 pandemic. We hope to do some iteration of it in the future when the University is open to the public. We would like to thank the Studio students for all their hard work on their art projects, your effort has not gone unnoticed.
Indigenous Studio Class and Blackfoot Digital Project
March 19 – June 13, 2020
New art exhibition featuring original work from Faculty of Fine Arts’ Jackson 2Bears’ Indigenous Studio Class. The works were created in response to seeing scanned Blackfoot objects held at British museums.
Opening reception on March 19th, 3-6pm, free refreshments, and the artists will be present. Gallery open Mon-Fri, March 19th to June 13th, 2020. Located on the 6th floor of the Fine Arts Building of the University of Lethbridge, in Lethbridge, Alberta.
Admission is free. All are welcome.
3D Photography Open Studio
Sept 10th – 12th 1-4pm
ULeth Art Gallery (W600)
Displays featuring the work from the Blackfoot Digital Imaging Project. Professor Louisa Minkin and Ian Dawson to lead photogrammetry, and RTI workshops. Feel free to bring an object that you would like to scan into 3D.
Science Commons Grand Opening: 3D Photography and Blackfoot Beading
Sept 13th (12 – 4pm) and Sept 14th (10am – 4pm)
Science Commons (SA8003)
Artist Melissa Shouting will be leading beading workshops. Louisa Minkin and Ian Dawson to lead photogrammetry, and RTI workshops. Feel free to bring an object that you would like to scan into 3D.