Join us at 7pm for our Art House Cafe Lecture Series with Manon Gaudet! Manon's talk titled: "There is always tea and cakes: Negotiating Female Settler and Indigenous Identity in the Domestic Sphere" examines a collection of Plains Indigenous beadwork acquired in Regina, Saskatchewan between 1918 and 1947.
Admission is FREE, RSVP to reserve a seat!
About Manon Gaudet:
Manon Gaudet is a second year MA student in Art History at Carleton University. Her thesis interrogates issues of gender, race and settler-colonialism in the Mary Weekes collection of Indigenous beadwork at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. She has previously worked as a summer research assistant in WWII-era provenance at the Smithsonian Institution and spent the past summer interning at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the department of American Decorative Arts.