Events & Presentations
Home School Series: Coast Salish Art (Age 10-15) – November 7, 2023
Date(s) - 07/11/2023
10:00 am - 11:30 am
stem ‘aĺu ‘u’ ni x̌e’x̌e What is Sacred? / North West Coast Art
Tuesday, November 7, 2023. 10:00-11:30am
Cost: $8 per learner
Join other local home learners for this special session of the stem ‘aĺu ‘u’ ni x̌e’x̌e What is Sacred? / North West Coast Art program.
This program is based on our current feature exhibit, stem ‘aĺu ‘u’ ni x̌e’x̌e What is Sacred?, curated by Eliot White-Hill, Kwulasultun (Snuneymuxw). The exhibit includes historical and contemporary examples of Coast Salish art with a focus on Snuneymuxw and cultures on the mid-Island, and is a celebration of the richness and vitality of Coast Salish art.
First, learners will explore the past, present, and future of Coast Salish art through an interactive guided tour of the exhibit, engaging activities, and discussions about this distinct North West Coast art style. Art forms including stone sculpture, cedar weaving, wool weaving, and carving are featured. Next, learners will handle and study cedar carvings made by artists from the Coast Salish, Kwakwaka’wakw and Nuu Chah Nulth regions.
This is a 90-minute, in-person program that takes place at Nanaimo Museum.
Can’t make this date work for your schedule? Register for the other home school session of stem ‘aĺu ‘u’ ni x̌e’x̌e What is Sacred? on October 11th:
Pre-registration is required
- Only registered learners will receive program supplies.
- At least one adult caregiver must be present at all times.
- Masks are recommended. Hand hygiene will be maintained by learners, caregivers, guests, and staff members throughout your visit.
- Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable for other program dates, except in specific cases:
- If you, your learner, or anyone in your household feels ill with symptoms of a communicable disease, please do not attend this program.
- If fewer than 5 learners register, this program may not proceed. In this case, a refund will be issued.
The Nanaimo Museum is a non-profit society, and all ticket proceeds go directly back into funding for programs like this one. Thank you!
Although online payment is made through PayPal, a PayPal account is not required, only a credit card or debit card. Please note that there will be no physical ticket issued. Your spot in this program is confirmed once you have the PayPal transaction confirmation. Registration can also be made over the phone or in person.
If you have difficulties with the online system, please call the front desk during business hours (10-4, Tues-Sat) for assistance: 250-753-1821.