Guelph Museums Exhibition

Indianized
Until May 19, 2019

Artist Naomi Smith has embellished everyday objects using traditional Indigenous beadwork techniques and imagery. Her artworks reflect that our material culture is no longer about practical functionality; instead, logos and brands have become the symbols that define societal meaning and value. In this exhibition, Indianized, Smith extends this phenomenon in unusual and visually intriguing ways, without losing sight of the time-honoured traditions of the Woodlands First Nations.

This exhibition runs concurrently with Konnón:kwe. 

Location: 
Guelph Civic Museum, 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph, Ontario, N1H 4H8
Fee: 
$5 General Admission, Children under 4 are free, $15 Family Admission