Generations- An Exhibition of Work by Sandra LaMouche
Visit the Allied Arts Council of Pincher Creek gallery between September 9th- October 22nd to view Generations by artist Sandra LaMouche.
Sandra Lamouche is a Nehiyaw Iskwew (Cree Woman) from the Bigstone Cree Nation in Northern Alberta and married into the Piikani Nation in Southern Alberta and mother to two boys with braids. She completed her B.A. in Native American Studies from the University of Lethbridge in 2007. In 2021 she successfully defended her M.A. Thesis at Trent University, titled “Nitona Miyo Pimadisiwin (Seeking a Good Life) Through Indigenous Dance” which examines Indigenous Dance as a Social Determinant of Health and Well Being. Sandra is a multidisciplinary creator and storyteller, she is a Champion Hoop Dancer, award winning Indigenous Educational Leader, two-time TEDx Speaker, artist, and writer.
The Allied Arts Council of Pincher Creek is located in the historic Lebel Mansion. Shop and Gallery hours are Wednesday-Friday from 10-5pm and Saturdays from 12-4pm