Roots Unveiled: An Exhibit of Original Works by Theresa Brant coming to the Museum of L&A this June

L&A Museum

The Museum of Lennox and Addington will launch a new solo art exhibit June 10, spotlighting the works of self-taught Mohawk artist Theresa Brant.  

Roots Unveiled: An Exhibit of Original Works by Theresa Brant is more than just an art exhibit, it’s a celebration of Brant’s journey – a journey of self-discovery, perseverance, and cultural expression. Brant invites others to embark on a journey of their own–one of exploration, connection, and appreciation for the beauty that surrounds us. The exhibition runs until Sept. 7, 2024. Regular admission to the Museum of Lennox and Addington is $3/person, with ages 12 and under free.

On June 18, Brant will speak of her journey at the exhibit opening and artist talk as part of a special and free Tuesday Night at the Museum. This evening is in conjunction with the celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21. All are welcome to explore Indigenous works of art by brant, as well as light refreshments showcasing traditional Indigenous foods. Brant’s talk starts at 7 p.m (doors open at 6:30pm).

A special addition to this evening is the inclusion of solo drumming with Judii Merle, an Algonquin grandmother, local author and educator of Indigenous histories and culture.

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