RETURNING TO BINGEMANS FOR 2023!
Step into a vibrant celebration of Indigenous art and culture at the eagerly anticipated Neebing Indigenous Art Fair, returning for its second year at Bingemans from July 7th to 16th.
Immerse yourself in the rich traditions and creative brilliance of Indigenous artists hailing from Waterloo region and beyond. Prepare to be captivated as talented artists bring their craft to life through live demonstrations, showcasing the intricate techniques and unique perspectives that make Indigenous art so remarkable. Marvel at their skill and be inspired by their passion as they weave stories and teachings into their breathtaking works, exploring the depths of the Grand River and beyond.
But the Neebing Indigenous Art Fair offers so much more than visual art!
Get ready to be transported by the power of storytelling and live demonstrations, as the air fills with tales passed down through generations, connecting you to the wisdom and heritage of Indigenous cultures. Let the rhythmic beats of indigenous dancers and drummers reverberate through your soul, as they ignite the stage with mesmerizing live performances, embracing the spirit of their ancestors.
This year’s feature artists include:
Chief Lady Bird
Join us at the Neebing Indigenous Art Fair and let the transformative power of art and culture envelop you.
Whether you're an art enthusiast, a seeker of knowledge, or simply looking to experience something truly extraordinary, this immersive event promises to leave a lasting impression. Don't miss your chance to be part of this vibrant showcase of Indigenous talent and creativity.
*BONUS* - Anyone who purchases their tickets in advance will automatically be entered into a draw to win a painting done by Thomas Sinclair. The winner will be announced on the last day of the show, July 16, 2023, via social media. Be sure to follow @ExploreWR in Instagram for the winner announcement
We recognize the traditional and ancestral lands of the Haldimand Treaty on which we have the privilege of gathering. To the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee and Neutral First Nations, whose presence continues to enrich our communities both culturally and spiritually, thank you for your stewardship in helping us to foster an inclusive territory on which we live, work and play. May our presence today (and herein after) be one of unity and kinship, as we move forward in reconciling our history as a community and as a nation.