ASLO 2018 Summer Meeting
Eagle Feather First Nations Artists’ Gallery
The Eagle Feather Gallery, located across the street from the conference centre in Nootka Court is offering ASLO 2018 logo gifts and walking tours and will be hosting an art show during the week in the conference centre lobby.
Spindle Whorl Logo Gifts
by Coast Salish Artist Doug LaFortune
T-Shirts with Logo: $30.00
High-quality cotton t-shirts, sizes from small to XXL
Logo Print: $30.00
11” wide by 14” high, foam board and sleeve included
Logo Art Card: $6.00
6” wide by 9” high, sleeve included
To order, please email email@example.com in advance, and pick your items up at the art show table in the conference centre lobby.
Water Connects First Nations Art Show
13:00 to 18:00, Sunday, 10 June, Level 1 Pre-function Area, VCC
10:30 to 18:00, Monday to Friday, Eagle Feather Gallery (633 Courtney St., Victoria, B.C.)
The Art Show features local First Nations Artists who have created art works with a water theme in a variety of mediums including wood carvings, acrylic paintings, prints, ceramics and engraved silver. First Nations Artists will be in attendance for the show and a wood carving demonstration will be featured.
The Water Connects First Nations Art Show is from 1 pm and thru to 6:00 pm on Sunday, June 10th in the conference center lobby. The art show will then continue Monday thru Friday at Eagle Feather Gallery, daily from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm, located next door to the conference center in Nootka Court.
A First Nations gift table featuring hand made items with a water theme and the conference Spindle Whorl logo gifts will be open daily from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday in the conference centre lobby.
Lekwungan Cultural Walking Tour
Walking Tours are daily Monday to Friday from 12:30 to 2:00 pm. Cost is $15.00. Book in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Victoria’s harbor is the traditional, unceded territory of the Songhees First Nations, who are the Lekwungan people, whose territory extended from Victoria, to Bellingham in Washington State.
The walking tour will be conducted by Songhees First Nations Youth from the Songhees Cultural Center, located on the Inner Harbor.
The hour and a half walking tour will highlight the First Nations art, sacred water sites and stories of the Lekwungan people. A stop at the Songhees Food Truck on the harbor will provide an opportunity for lunch.