Guided visit

An object, a sound, a story: meeting the water protectors

Wednesday 27 July, 15:00

Image extraite de "Honour Water" (Honorer l’eau) jeu vidéo par Elizabeth LaPensée

Family visit to discover an aspect of the MEG temporary exhibition. Library and temporary exhibition. Wednesday 27 July, 3.00 p. m. In French only

To allow the youngest children accompanied by an adult to tackle the questions raised by the MEG's temporary exhibition, let's discover the struggle of the Anishinaabeg to protect their waters. After observing the singing game imagined by the artist Elizabeth La Pensée, let's discover the Ojibwe women and their way of protecting the waters in the library's music room. The visit will end with listening to sounds from this First Nation of Canada.
Places are limited and reservations must be made by email at biblio.meg@ville-ge.ch, stating your name, first name, telephone number and the number of people accompanying you.

Date de dernière mise à jour de l'événement 29.06.2022
Avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste © Elizabeth LaPensée

Practical informations

Bibliothèque du musée d'Ethnographie de Genève (MEG)

Carl-Vogt 65, 1205 Genève -

+41 22 418 45 60

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Family and kids

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