First Nations art panel discussion

Visit the McMaster Museum of Art on Thursday, Feb. 7 for a free panel discussion: “Ahnisnabae Art of the Woodland School – The Search for a New Critical Context for First Nations (Aboriginal) Art History.” Panelists include:

Ahmoo Angeconeb (artist)
Tom Hill (curator, writer, lecturer, art historian and Governor General’s Award winner)
Elizabeth McLuhan (independent curator, art historian)
Ruth Phillips (art historian, Canada Research Chair in Modern Culture, Carleton University)

With opening remarks by:
Louise Thomas (wife of the late Roy Thomas; owner of the Ahnisnabae Art Gallery)

This special event is presented as a complement to the retrospective exhibition, “Vision Circle: The Art of Roy Thomas,” on display at the Museum until Feb. 23. Thursday’s event runs from 6 to 8 p.m.