Walking Tour with Glenna Cardinal in conjunction with her exhibition mourning home
Saturday, April 13th from 1:00PM - 2:30PM
Meet at the Esker Foundation, 1011 9th Ave SE Calgary
Join Glenna Cardinal for a conversational walking tour, beginning with her work on view in the Esker Foundation Project Space and ending with her installation Tina Dik’iizh | clear road or clear trail in the Elders’ Guidance Circle at the Calgary Public Library—with discussion of various places in between.
Presented in partnership with The Esker Foundation.
Rain or shine, please dress appropriately for walking outside.
Glenna Cardinal continues to explore her bone-deep connection to the reserve land that she grew up on, the land that was her Tsuut’ina Nation grandmothers’ and is now the Southwest Calgary Ring Road. Her work is a response to her displacement and forced colonial identity while seeking comfort in a new place. Cardinal is a Saddle Lake Cree Nation member who continues to reside on her maternal reserve, Tsuut’ina Nation.