The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC announces Kent Monkman’s timely and powerful solo exhibition Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience.
Curated by Monkman, a Canadian contemporary artist of Cree ancestry, the exhibition reframes Canada’s colonial history through a First Nations lens.
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Shame and Prejudice offers both a searing critique of Canadian policies over the past 150 years and a moving tribute to Indigenous resilience.
The critically-acclaimed exhibition makes its final stop in Vancouver following a three-year, cross-country tour.
Shame and Prejudice features paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations by one of Canada’s most provocative artists lauded for his fearless, and vital commentary.
Tickets are already on sale for it’s start on August 6, 2020. You can catch it at MOA until January 3, 2021.
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Location: The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC - 6393 NW Marine Drive, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2
Time: 10am - 5pmDates: On Tues from August 6th 2020 to January 3rd 2021