The Black Canadians (after Cooke) at the National Gallery of Canada
As we celebrate Black History Month, let's delve deeper into the impact of cultural norms on generations of voices with the National Gallery of Canada's exhibit "The Black Canadians (after Cooke)".
Join artist Deanna Bowen as she maps her family history and expands it into a broader examination of discrimination in North America over the centuries.
Explore the complexities of colonialism, the trade of enslaved peoples, and Black migration through seventeen thought-provoking panels.
Don't miss this meaningful and educational experience, opening May 2023 until Fall 2024.