Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies
- 111 Bear St
To Mar 26 Redesigning Paradise features the work of four Canadian artists – Mary Anne Barkhouse, Dianne Bos, Sarah Fuller and Penelope Stewart – whose creative catalyst has been alternative photographic processes during their annual get-togethers and self-directed residencies. Informed by the Whyte Museum Archives, their work addresses aspects of the natural environment in different ways by using photography. All Our Relations features the portrait photography of Indigenous Elders by Craig Richards. For the past 19 years, Elders have gathered in the shadow of Sacred Buffalo Guardian Mountain near the banks of the Bow River. Elders on both sides of the Rocky Mountains come from families with stories told through generations of sharing this valley, the rivers, mountains, Buffalo and Salmon. The gatherings provide hope for restoring culture, language, and community health.