Kevin McKenzie will also provide some Indigenous teachings and tell you the meaning behind his artwork.
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For ages 12 +. Excellent for school groups.
Materials needed: paper, pencils, erasers, pencil crayons or markers
Kevin McKenzie is Cree/Métis, Saskatchewan artist, based in Brandon, Manitoba. He is a member of the Cowessess First Nation of Saskatchewan, Treaty 4. He holds a BFA and an MFA from the University of Regina. McKenzie has exhibited nationally and internationally at notable galleries such as Museum of Arts and Design, New York, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, and Pataka Art Gallery Museum, New Zealand. McKenzie's artwork is represented in numerous public and corporate collections and has a permanent public sculpture in Whistler B.C. commissioned by VANOC Cultural Olympiad 2010. In 2022 he was commissioned by the President’s Office at Brandon University to produce a public sculpture dedicated to Truth and Reconciliation. Currently, McKenzie is an assistant professor and faculty member in the IWGI Department of Visual Art at Brandon University.