Artists helping museum preserve Indigenous history

Posted by Michelle Brownridge on February 14th, 2019

The Prince Albert Historical Society received a $7,500 Artists in Communities – Projects grant to work with the community to paint Indigenous-themed murals for a new Indigenous space in the museum. The murals will be designed by local Métis artist Leah Dorion and by First Nations artist Kevin Pee-ace from Saskatoon. They will then be painted with assistance from the public, sometime within the next six to eight weeks. A final portion of the mural will be created by Grade 7 and 8 students from Queen Mary School, with assistance from the artists. Read more... 

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