You’re invited to the Age of Union Fall/Winter Vernissage!
Join us onSept. 29 from 6-10 p.m.at the Age of Union Centre to explore our exciting new season of installations and conservation artwork.
Don’t miss opening remarks at7 p.m.to hear from our founder,Dax Dasilva, curator Adrian Stimson, and featured artists Katherine Takpannie and Mélanie O’Bomsawin.
Entry isfreefor everyone, with a DJ andcash barservice available.
See you there!
🗓 Sept. 29
⏰ 6 to10 p.m.
📍 7049 St-Urbain St., Montreal, Quebec
🎟 Free entry
Age of Union Fall/Winter Exhibitions
Focused on Nature— Hussain Aga Khan
Through Prince Hussain Aga Khan’s passion for wildlife photography, the exhibition showcases the beauty and splendour of our oceans to raise awareness of the urgency and necessity to protect our natural heritage and resources. Founded in 2014 by Hussain Aga Khan,Focused on Naturesupports global conservation, advocacy and research efforts.
Looking to the Future— Katherine Takpannie
Curator: Adrian Stimson
The exhibition looks to the future by recognizing the value of Indigenous knowledge systems as a path to an ecologically balanced future. Inuktitut and Inuit stories of the land teach us about our relationship with it and how it should be treated.Katherine Takpannieseeks to expose her Inuit worldview and tell stories of her people and the land through beautiful landscapes of the North, cultural stories, emotional connections, portraits, and experiences.
Videographer and new media artist Mélanie O’Bomsawin examines questions of identity, tradition, memory, and knowledge transmission through human relationships. The narrative sovereignty of Indigenous communities is at the forefront of O’Bomsawin’s creative philosophy. She constantly searches for original ways to tell stories and transform how we see the world around us
A Plastic Ocean – Award-Winning Documentary Screening