Tracey-Mae Chambers: #hopeandhealingcanada

Richmond Hill Public Library

Tracey-Mae Chambers: #hopeandhealingcanada

On view until Sunday, August 25, 2024
Central Branch, Glass Case Gallery

Join Métis artist Tracey-Mae Chambers on a journey through her powerful exhibition, #hopeandhealingcanada. Chambers, a proud member of the Métis Nation of Ontario, travels across Canada, creating art installations at historical residential school sites, cultural centres, museums, and public spaces.

Using intricate crochet and knit pieces made from vibrant red yarn, Chambers’ art sparks conversations about decolonization and building connections between Indigenous communities and settlers. Each installation is more than art—it’s a call to engage deeply with themes of reconciliation and strength.

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About the Artist

Tracey-Mae Chambers brings her Métis heritage and storytelling passion to every piece. Her installations symbolize hope and unity, honouring the past while paving the way to a more inclusive future.


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