Stoney Nakoda Heroes by students of Exshaw School
A celebration of Stoney Nakoda culture and history in the Bow Valley

  June 16, 2020 — July 18, 2020  | Opening Reception: Tues. Jun. 16 at 5:30 pm

Program Fee: FREE

~In partnership with the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies~

'Reconcilitation by kids, with kids'

Students from Exshaw school honour their ancestors in this exhibit that tells the story of their real-life heroes from their own family lines. Guided by a council of Indigenous Elders and award-winning educators Kayla Dallyn and Genevieve Soler, this project was inspired by artist Christine Wignall’s exhibit at the Whyte Museum, titled “100 Heads.” 

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Indigenous Connections program is generously supported by Priscilla and Robert Janes, Ken Hughes, and three anonymous donors.