Disappeared or Forgotten
The tragedy of missing and forgotten Indigenous women and girls is an extremely distressing reality. This exhibition aims to honour their memory through art.
The exhibition features nine contemporary artworks by Indigenous artists. The works were specially selected by Huron-Wendat curator Sylvie Paré.
The nine artists
- Sylvie Bernard (Wôlinak, Abenaki nation)
- Sylvie Paré (Wendake, Huron-Wendat nation)
- Lise Bibeau (Odanak, Abenaki nation)
- Annette Nolett (Odanak, Abenaki nation)
- Mariette Manigouche (Mashteuiatsh, Ilnu nation)
- Diane Blacksmith (Mashteuiatsh, Ilnu nation)
- Nadia Myre (Kitigan Zibi, nation Anishinabe)
- Hannah Claus (Baie de Quinte, Mohawk nation)
- Diane Robertson (Mashteuiatsh, Ilnue nation)
This exhibition is part of the Musée’s efforts toward reconciliation, exchange and mutual respect with the First Nations in Québec.
This exhibition was created by La Boite rouge VIF