Mino bimaadiziwin. The way to a good life

Thematic visit of the temporary exhibition with Carine Ayélé Durand, curator and chief curator at MEG. Sunday 17 Otcober at 14.30 pm. In French only.

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This tour will explore the concept of "Mino bimaadiziwin", the way of a good life, by looking at different parts of the exhibition. For the Anishinaabe people of North America, the "way of a good life" is based on the principle of mutual aid between humans, animals and plants. Nature is seen as part of the social fabric of life, not as a resource to be exploited or as a tool for production.

Important: it is now mandatory to present a COVID certificate to enter the MEG. Access to the MEG is only allowed with a COVID certificate and a valid QR code. The COVID certificate is required from the age of 16. An official identification document (identity card, passport, etc.) must be presented together with the COVID certificate. No data is retained when checking the COVID certificate. The nearest testing centre to the MEG is the Pharmacieplus du rond-point.

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Image extraite d'un jeu vidéo réalisée par Elizabeth LaPensée où l'on voit une femme, Anishinaabe États-Unis, Minnesota
Salle
Exposition temporaire
Organisateur
Musée d'ethnographie de Genève (MEG)
Organisateur url
http://www.ville-ge.ch/meg