As part of the exhibition Presence of the past

every saturdays | 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

Saturday Workshop: Introduction to Iroquois Pottery

Free activity | Space is limited, no reservations

For his exhibition Presence of the Past, kanien’kehá:ka artist MC Snow has designed a workshop introducing visitors to Iroquois pottery, exclusively at the Museum. The Museum’s mediation staff  will guide you through the steps to make your own vase.

Every Saturday until August 17, 2024. Activity cancelled for Saturday June 15.

  • 10:30 a.m.
  • 1:30 p.m.

Information

  • Space limited, no reservations. Sign up on the day of the activity at the Museum Admissions Desk
  • Workshop, in French and English
  • Families are welcome! Recommended for children aged 5 and up, parents must be present.
  • Free activity, when you purchase an admission ticket. Free access for children under 12 at all times, and for ages 13 to 17 until June 30, 2024
  • Duration: 60 minutes  
  • Location: Atrium of the Museum 

MC Snow

MC Snow is a multidisciplinary Kanien’kehà:ka artist living in Kahnawá:ke. MC is a graduate of the University of Ottawa fine arts department (BFA). He has been working and exhibiting in Canada and the United States since the 1990s. His mostly sculptural work combines traditional materials and techniques. While reflecting contemporary concerns, his work contributes to preserving traditional artistic value and defending Kanien’kehà:ka cultural identity.  

In 2021, MC curated the exhibition Ka’shatsténhsera presented at the Contemporary Native Art Biennial. In 2023, he took part in the Biennale Internationnele Métiers d’Arts et Création in Paris, showcasing Indigenous artists and creators from Quebec. His many ongoing projects include designing street furniture by producing 10 bronze spheres for the City of Montreal’s Rue Peel project, which will officially launch in spring 2024.

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