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This event takes place at the Wolf Performance Hall, London Public Library, 251 Dundas Street

Kent Monkman discusses his Shame and Prejudice exhibition beginning with a brief background summary of his painting practice, followed by a description of his research and curation of museum objects in relation to his own artworks. Shame and Prejudice is a solo exhibition of Monkman’s paintings and installation works that examines the impact of genocidal Canadian policies on Indigenous people since Confederation.

This is a Public Matters and the Museum lecture in partnership with the School for Advanced Studies in the Arts & Humanities and the London Public Library. Thank you to Streaming Inc. for sponsoring the live feed video being streamed into the overflow seating area.

Image: Kent Monkman, "Nativity Scene", 2017. Mixed Media Installation. Collection of Museum London

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