In partnership with Fort Calgary and with support from Suncor Energy Foundation, the Lodgepole Center and Aahwaatkamooksi Peer Mentorship Program have a group art exhibition opening on National Indigenous Peoples Day, Tuesday, June 21st.
The morning starts with Fort Calgary’s Walk for Reconciliation, which starts at 8:00 am at the Harry Hays Building.
Following the walk AUArts students Morgan Black, AJ Kluck, and Stephanie One Spot will be keynote speakers, honouring the day, and opening the “Our Stories, Our Voices, Our Ways” exhibit. Everybody is welcome to visit the exhibitioin at Fort Calgary.
If you’re not able to join us on opening day, please visit Fort Calgary Friday through Sunday to view the exhibition during regular museum hours until October 2nd.
National Indigenous History Month
June is National Indigenous History Month and a time to reflect on the histories, cultures, contributions and strengths of our Indigenous community.
We invite you to visit the exhibition at Fort Calgary, and take part in local events and celebrations.