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Bernie Wolfe students’ mural exhibited at Kildonan Place

If you stop by Kildonan Place, you’ll get to see the hard work and creativity of Grade 8 students from Bernie Wolfe School who’ve been studying Indigenous and multicultural art. 

In the Marshalls department store, a 25-foot-long and eight-foot-high mural of watercolour on paper is being exhibited. It represents Indigenous culture with connections to the Seven Sacred Teachings, the Inukshuk, the northern lights, and the Red River with a nod to Winnipeg’s 150th anniversary, which is this year. 

The students spent many hours planning, drawing, painting, and learning about Indigenous culture throughout the process of creating this piece of artwork.

Photo: Norbert K. Iwan

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