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Update: our campuses will reopen at 4 p.m. and access to buildings and studios will resume.  

Lake Nipissing Beading Project

The Lake Nipissing Beading Project will be exhibited at NSCAD’s Treaty Space Gallery from September 29 – November 1, 2021.

Opening reception September 29, 2021, 4:30 – 6 p.m. ADT
Treaty Space Gallery, NSCAD Port Campus
1107 Marginal Road, Kjipuktuk

The project is organized by Carrie Allison and Nipissing University’s Departments of Geography and History, in partnership with the Nipissing First Nation and Dokis First Nation.

Lake Nipissing Beading Project is a five-meter beaded replica of Lake Nipissing along with tributaries and joined waterways. This community collaborative project is meant to bring folks from Nipissing and Dokis communities together through a shared project, as well as other Turtle Island individuals and communities to bead a portion of the lake and its surrounding waterways.