‘Sewing our Traditions – Dolls of Canada North’
I am off to Whitehorse Yukon Territories next week via ferry and road (map) to visit an exhibit of dolls organized by the Yukon Arts Centre for the Vancouver Olympics. There is a blog for this exhibit that has some interviews with the doll makers. Also a nice, inexpensive publication was issued in support of it called ‘Sewing our Traditions – Dolls of Canada North’. There is not a museum shop indicated on the site but there is a contact email email@example.com mentioned in conjunction with the exhibit publicity. The exhibit ends August 28th so if you are interested in the publication I’d get in contact with them pronto.
Mary Ellen Frank NIADA doll artist Juneau Alaska firstname.lastname@example.org.
PS. I am a little sad some of these makers are working in polyform clay instead of the more natural mediums of stone, leather, wood and fabric.