A Group Show Curated by The Green Room (IFSSA)

May 23 - July 4, 2017

As children of immigrants who are living on Treaty Six territory, what does home mean to us? As Muslims living in North America, what does belonging look like, especially given the recent political climate? As people of colour living in a time of immense fear mongering, what does it mean to build a home and community amongst friends and strangers?

The HOME exhibit is a showcase of photographs that depict the meaning of belonging, family, and rootedness to fifteen Muslim youth in Edmonton.

More information and a listing of Conversation Series events tied to HOME can be found here.

Visit The Green Room (IFSSA) online at http://www.thegreenroomyeg.ca

Maskihkîy Âcimowin / Medicine Stories

May 28 - June 21, 2017 (outdoor installation in the green space across from the gallery)

In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action, the Diocese of Edmonton’s Indigenous Ministries Initiative and Bleeding Heart Art Space are collaborating on Maskihkîy âcimowin/Medicine Stories, a new public art installation that will open Saturday, May 28th. 

Find out more, and how you can be involved, here.