You can’t miss this new exhibition at The Museum of Anthropology

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Museum-goers, we have some great news for you. And that is that the Museum of Anthropology reopened today! But that’s not all, they also have a new exhibit by Kent Monkman that will be coming up in the near future. So keep on reading to find out all the details.

So MOA is open and they have new safety measures in place which include timed-entry tickets. The good news is that you can still take your time exploring the museum. But with that in mind make sure that you bring and wear a mask. Because it’s the safest and most polite thing to do.

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But now it’s time to talk about Kent Monkman. His show, Shame, and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience will be taking place on August 6, 2020–January 3, 2021. And it will feature around 80 works that explore First Nations perspectives throughout Canada’s colonial history. So let’s just say you don’t want to miss this show, it will be nothing short of amazing.

And we highly recommend that you buy your tickets ahead of time as they go on sale on July 21st. Because you wouldn’t want to miss out on seeing works from one of Canada’s most important artists. And if you’d like to learn more about the show and the Museum of Anthropology, you can click here.