Sault Ste. Marie Museum welcomes #HopeandHealingCanada by Tracy-Mae Chambers
Art symbolizes aspects of hope and healing within the community and the environment in these difficult times
Tracy-Mae Chambers’ temporary art installation, #HopeandHealingCanada, will be hosted by the Sault Ste. Marie Museum from November 16 to January 3, 2022.
Her work has been exhibited across Canada, and this installation symbolizes aspects of hope and healing within the community and the environment during difficult times.
The facility is open by appointment only, due to COVID-19 resistance.
For more information, please see the press release below.
The Sault Ste. Marie Museum was honored to host the temporary art installation #HopeandHealingCanada by artist Tracey-Mae Chamber. Tracey-Mae has been creating and setting up her temporary exhibitions outside of Canada for quite some time. His temporary installations are assembled using red string. According to Tracey-Mae, âRed is the color of blood, the color of passion and anger. It is an insult against the natives and represents danger and power. It can also represent courage and love. It is the object of my work. More details on the significance and importance of Tracey-Mae’s work can be found on her website: https://www.traceymae.com/hopeandhealingcanada.html. The temporary art installation symbolizes aspects of hope and healing within the community and the environment during these difficult times.
This installation will run from November 16, 2021 to January 3, 2022. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we have decided to open by appointment only during reduced hours to ensure the safety of our staff and visitors. We will be open Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. by appointment only. Face masks will be mandatory to enter our building. Entrance through the rear entrance only. There is free parking in our rear parking lot and also nearby in the Brock / Albert Street parking lot.