In the Yadia’wish room (the Turtle room), overlooking the river, the Museum presents a continually updated calendar of exhibits found here and in other institutions. Whether artistic or ethnological in nature, these exhibits allow visitors to further their knowledge of specific aspects of Wendat culture, discover other Amerindian cultures, or appreciate the genius and creativity of Aboriginal artists of yesterday and today. Contact us to learn about current and upcoming exhibits!
CURRENT EXHIBIT (May 18th to October 9th, 2017)
An initiative of the Métiers d'art / Lower St. Lawrence Corporation, this exhibition was created with the vision to bring people together, and has two components at heart: Creation and Sharing. The creation component consisted of pairing seven Lower St. Lawrence region artists with seven Aboriginal artists from different First Nations of Quebec. Artists were invited to create a two-part piece of work. First, everyone created a miniature work of art which was given to their respective partner. This piece was included into the final work of each artist. The sharing component is currently underway, thanks to the exhibition.
The twin artists are:
Josée Desjardins de Rimouski et Eruoma Awashish, Atikamekw d’Opitciwan;
Marius Harton de Saint-André-de-Kamouraska et Sylvie Bernard, Abénaquise de Wôlinak;
Annette Albert du Bic et Marcel Dominique, Innu de Pessamit;
Emmanuel Guy de Rimouski et Sarah Cleary, Crie Innue de Mashteuiatsh;
Ito Laïla LeFrançois de St-Narcisse-de-Rimouski et Virginia Pésémapéo Bordeleau, Crie de Rouyn-Noranda;
Manon Lortie de Ste-Luce-sur-mer et Jacques Newashish, Atikamekw de Wemotaci;
Josée Bourgoin de Saint-André-de-Kamouraska et Teharihulen Michel Savard, Wendat endi’ de Wendake.