<em>Taxonomy</em> Still - by Carl Robbins
<em>Shooting Geronimo </em>Still<em>Shooting Geronimo </em>Still<em>Mary </em>Still. Courtesy of the artist.
Location: 
Halifax  
Event

Film Night: Kent Monkman

Date Time: 
Thursday, 15 November 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Category: 
Film Screenings

The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia will be screening three short films by artist Kent Monkman in conjunction with the exhibition Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience.

Throughout each film, Monkman's alter-ego Miss Chief Eagle Testickle, exudes her sexuality to cleverly recast historical narratives and reconfigure versions of history to present an Indigenous perspective.

Following the screening, join the Gallery's Indigenous Arts Programmer, Aiden Gillis, for a conversation about treaty relationships and misconceptions.

Films: Shooting Geronimo; Performance: Taxonomy of the European Male; Mary.

Fee

Free with BMO Free Access Thursday Nights