Photo by May Shi @mmayshi
Metis woman figure knitting a quilt. Various symbols of nature and Indigenous objects represented in center of mural.
Artist(s): Jesse Gouchey

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Completed: 2023

The mural represents the “Indigenous significance of the Inglewood area where the Bow and Elbow rivers meet, recognizing past and present, the existing vibrant community and a connected future through stewardship of the land.”

Text taken from instagram.com/hungerfordproperties

Project supported by the Inglewood Business Improvement Area (BIA), the Government of Alberta’s NRED funding and Hungerford Properties. The BIA thanks the guidance provided by Blackfoor Elder Monica Chief Moon.

Text taken from mural wall

Gouchey painted a M├ętis woman, modelled on his sister, making a quilt to tell the story of the region’s history

Text taken from cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary

Side of Fair’s Fair Inglewood wall

For more information on this mural visit:
https://tinyurl.com/mryd95c2

Where to Find This Mural

Location: 907 9 Avenue SE Calgary, Alberta, T2G 0S5 Get Directions


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