Interpretive Centre: #WeAreIndigenous


In partnership with the Aboriginal Resource Centre & the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre

Storytelling in its diverse expression - whether through song and dance, performance, film, fashion, painting, beadwork, or other forms of creative expression - is a visionary process in that it challenges us to rethink, reorder, and reimagine the world.
Building on themes of temporal continuity, activation, and relatedness, #WeAreIndigenous foregrounds the creative sovereignty of each artist while also exploring culturally grounded specificities that resonate between them.
Exhibit is currently closed. We are exploring options to bring this content to you digitally during the closure, stay tuned for updates. 

Third Floor Gallery: Currently Closed


Digital Exhibits

We are pleased to host a diverse collection of digital exhibits ranging from original contemporary art collections to archival exhibitions. To view our current offerings, please click here or select one of the thumbnails below.

Sketch of cottage renovations
Yellow warbler
Close-up of embroidered word "Mother" on cloth

Propose an Exhibit

We feature solo and group art shows on the third floor of the Student Welcome and Resource Centre and also welcome contributions to our bi-annual exhibits in the Interpretive Centre's main space in WEL104. Themes must connect to one of our four pillars (Indigenous, mental health, education, or ecology) and/or highlight the local history of the Lakeshore Grounds region. Submissions are encouraged both from community members and students. We support artists of all experience levels. 

For more information about exhibition opportunities or to submit a proposal, please contact us at

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