Now on view
Folk Art of Nova Scotia
This colourful folk art exhibition celebrates the Province’s distinct heritage through the work of artists whose lives were, and are, inextricably bound to the land and sea.
Seafarers and Fishwives - Jennifer Crane
Jennifer Crane's photographic installation playfully explores the myths and accounts of women and the sea.
Tom Sherman: Alley 9 and Michael Swim's Catch
Two video works by award winning video-artist Tom Sherman. The first Alley 9 co-authored by Tom Sherman and Jan Pottie documents Karaoke night at Alley 9, a pub in Liverpool, Nova Scotia and Michael Swim's Catch documents Michael Swim, Captain of the Queen Anne's Revenge as he brings a catch of fish into port at Port Mouton, Nova Scotia.
Nancy Edell: Narrative Threads
Nancy Edell (1942-2005) was a multi-talented artist who, during her career, took the traditional medium of rug-hooking in a new and influential direction. This exhibition allows visitors to discover the beauty of a contemporary take on the hand-hooked rug.
Kekina'masuti Nemitekemk Nktuey Mijua'jiji: Through Children's Eyes
This exhibition highlights a selection of artwork gathered from pre-schools who participated in the Aboriginal Head Start On-Reserve program across Nova Scotia. A partnership project with Glooscap Heritage Centre, this exhibition also features two works by Alan Syliboy and Dozay Christmas that were used as inspiration for the young artists and their teachers.