The Judith & Alix Norman Art Gallery knows you have a crew you roll with. That’s why they’ve created a tour that is specifically designed with kids in mind. All you have to do is show up.
Try out the Family Red Dot Tour on Sunday, June 24, 2018 at 12:45PM for a quick 15-minute experience that engages the whole family.
This tour will focus on the Homage: Neckpieces Inspired by Outstanding Canadian Women exhibition, particularly pieces influenced by Emily Carr, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and Malaya Akulukjuk.
Tours are free, give what you can. No registration required, this is a drop-in event. The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery is located at 147 Lochiel Street, downtown Sarnia.
Details of the tour can be found HERE.
Pictured are neck-pieces inspired by (from left to top right to bottom right):
Malaya Akulukjuk, Inuit Artist: wool, sterling silver, caribou antler, soapstone, walrus ivory, 15 x 35 cm;
Buffy Saint-Marie, Folk Singer: sterling silver, various inlays, wood, pearls, glass beads, 14 x 14 cm;
Emily Carr, Painter: Coral beads, fossilized coral, driftwood, Vancouver Island beach pebbles, jade, carnelian, 17 x 24 cm.