This exhibit is designed to bring awareness to many of the untold stories of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The exhibit housed in Dundurn’s historic dining room contains 12 busts each representing a murdered or missing indigenous woman or girl, statics around violence amongst women and girls, local Indigenous art and traditional medicines. A path of red dresses will line Maple Walk in Dundurn Park (behind Dundurn Castle) throughout the duration of the exhibit, and red dress pins and earrings will be available to purchase in The Castle Shop with all the proceeds going to the Drag the Red Campaign.
This exhibit will run Tuesdays to Saturdays from September 27 to November 5, 2019. The Museum is closed Mondays and Sundays.
For ages 12 and older.
This is a free exhibit. Regular admission rates apply for the museum.