Nishnawbe-Aski Development Fund (NADF) is currently administering three (3) COVID-19 emergency loan funds to support Aboriginal businesses in Northern Ontario who have been impacted by COVID-19. These funds are not intended to replace or duplicate government or other...
Thunder Bay Art GalleryWednesday, September 18 | 5 - 7pm
Wednesday, Sept 18, 2019
Drop in 5 – 7pm
Thunder Bay Art Gallery
Free event for Chamber Members only.
Join us for a special Social with the Thunder Bay Art Gallery. View art on exhibit including a feature from the Gallery’s Permanent Collection of Norval Morrisseau paintings and West Coast masks. Explore Unfold Time, a retrospective celebrating the life and work of Leo Yerxa, the award-winning artist, poet, and writer from Couchiching First Nation. Experience Shattered Basin, Fired Thing contemporary multimedia art by Andrea Pinheiro.
Cash bar available. Light snacks catered by Salt & Pepper Catering.
Attend & Win! One attendee will win an Art Gallery gift package including a Christi Belcourt scarf and journal, plus a one year family membership to the Gallery. Membership benefits include free admission, special members-only pricing on workshops and children’s art classes, and discounts in the Gallery gift shop.
About Member Socials
Member Socials are drop-in-style gatherings at Member establishments designed to be casual get-togethers without formal exhibitor rosters. There is no cover charge and any complimentary menu items are served at the discretion of our hosts.
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