Opening Reception September 27, 7 – 10 p.m.
The Art Gallery of Windsor welcomes Bonnie Devine to the AGW studio
The Art Gallery of Windsor is proud to present new works in a solo exhibition by installation artist Bonnie Devine.
In response to historical works from the AGW's collection Devine examines the legacy of Chief Tecumseh, whose death at the Battle of the Thames on October 5 1813 marked the end of First Nations' resistance in the region.
An exhibition catalogue with essays by Alan Corbiere, Wanda Nanibush and Leanne Simpson is forthcoming.
September 27, 7 – 10 pm:
Opening Reception featuring live music, cash bar and studio activities. Admission: $7, free for AGW members and children 12 years and under.
September 28, 2 – 4 pm:
Unsettlements, a discussion on unlearning dominant paradigms of history and place through indigenous and feminist art practices with historian Alan Corbiere, artist Bonnie Devine, curator Cheyanne Turions, AGW Director Catharine Mastin and moderated by Director of Women’s Studies, University of Windsor, Anne Forrest. FREE admission.
Sundays in the Studio, The Tecumseh Papers
Image: Bonnie Devine; Treaty Robe, for Tecumseh (2013); mixed-media installation; Collection of the artist