Artist-in-residence: Nadia Myre - Musee McCord


Samuel Herbert Coward, Albany River, Ontario, 1920-1930. Gift of Dorothy Martin, MP-0000.1802.1.62 © McCord Museum

Artist-in-residence: Nadia Myre

Dates: February 18 to May 29, 2016
Duration: 90 minutes
Max. number: 45
Cost: between $7,50 and $12,00 per person

Algonquin multidisciplinary artist Nadia Myre explores the subject of water through objects in the Museum’s various collections as part of the Artist-in-Residence program. She also opens the door to her sources of inspiration.

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