The Fulmer Award in First Nations Art exhibition comes to the Roundhouse, November 18-21

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      (Community announcement by the B.C. Achievement Foundation)

      This art exhibition recognizes artistic excellence in traditional and contemporary art by awardees of the 2019 Fulmer Award in First Nations Art.

      Featured artists are Gus Cook, Namgis, Kwakwaka’wakw, Victoria, Henry Green, Tsm'syen, Prince Rupert, Maynard Johnny Jr., Coast Salish/ Penelakut Tribe, Vancouver, Doreen Manual, Neskonlith, North Vancouver and Michelle Stoney, Gitxsan, Hazelton.

      Featuring an Artists’ Talk Monday, November 18 from 5:30-6:30pm at The Roundhouse. Moderated by Connie Watts – Associate Director, Aboriginal Programs, Emily Carr University -  in conversation with previous awardees including KC Hall formline artist, and others.

      This exhibit is presented through the generous support of The Fulmer Foundation,  in partnership with The Roundhouse, The Georgia Straight, Global TV, Denbigh Fine Arts, Indigenous World Winery as well as strategic partnerships with Coastal People’s Gallery, Crafted Vancouver, and Art BC.


      Nov 18-20 9am -9:45pm; and Nov 21 9am-12pm, (artists’ talk Monday, November 18 from 5:30-6:30pm) at The Roundhouse, 181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver.

      Ticket Info: Free to the public

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