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Shaving Cream Christmas Tree

Shaving Cream Christmas Tree

Wednesday, December 23rd 2020

Posted in: Art Instruction

miniMAG at home - Shaving Cream Christmas Tree Let’s make prints with shaving cream then turn them into festive Christmas Trees! Or, instead of cutting a tree out you could use your print as uniquely colourful wrapping paper. For the...

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Historic Baking: Peanut Butter Slices

Historic Baking: Peanut Butter Slices

Tuesday, December 22nd 2020

Posted in: Historic Baking

Making Peanut Butter Slices with Kim, MAG Exhibitions Coordinator You had me at Peanut Butter…. Flipping through the St. Leonard’s cookbook was a treat. When I came across the Peanut Butter Slice recipe...

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Op-Art Reliefs

Op-Art Reliefs

Saturday, December 19th 2020

Posted in: Art Instruction

Keeping the Creativity at Home with MAGnificent Saturdays - December 19, 2020 Today's MAGnificent Saturdays art activity for you to do at home: Op-Art Reliefs Time for a #MAGsatathome activity that requires minimal supplies. Drawing...

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Teaching Billy to Dance II, Margaret Seelye

Teaching Billy to Dance II, Margaret Seelye

Thursday, December 17th 2020

Posted in: MAG Collection

Next up in Red Deer artist Margaret Seelye's Country School Christmas series, this week's Work of the Week is: Teaching Billy to Dance II, Margaret Seelye. Monoprint, 1991 Margaret, born 1915 in Masset, in the Queen Charlotte...

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Family & Party Fare: 5 More Sweet Treats to Try

Family & Party Fare: 5 More Sweet Treats to Try

Wednesday, December 16th 2020

Posted in: Historic Baking

The second cookbook we are looking at this month as part of our Historic Baking: Holiday Edition series is: Family and Party Fare This little cookbook measures approx 4 x 6.5 inches and appears to be a community cookbook...

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Artisan Spotlight: Marrisa Mitsuing

Artisan Spotlight: Marrisa Mitsuing

Monday, December 14th 2020

Posted in: Exhibits

Tansi, my name is Marrisa Moccasin. I am a Cree artist who currently resides in Sylvan Lake, Alberta with my husband Patrick and our four children. My interest in the world of art blossomed after the birth of my first child, Leland. I was...

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The Third Grade Chorus II, Margaret Seelye

The Third Grade Chorus II, Margaret Seelye

Thursday, December 10th 2020

Posted in: MAG Collection

Each Thursday this December we are looking at the work of Red Deer artist Margaret Seelye via her Country School Christmas series. This week's Work of the Week is: The Third Grade Christmas Chorus II, Margaret Seelye. Monoprint...

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December 2020 COVID-19 Closure

December 2020 COVID-19 Closure

Wednesday, December 9th 2020

Posted in: News & Announcements

Important Announcement: December 2020 COVID-19 Closure Effective end of the day Saturday, December 12th, the MAG will be closed until further notice due to the December 8th announcement of increased public health measures by the Alberta...

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Roar! 3D Animal Heads

Roar! 3D Animal Heads

Wednesday, December 9th 2020

Posted in: Art Instruction

miniMAG at home - 3D Animal Heads What’s your favourite animal?!? Do they go grrrr? Or perhaps meow? Paint and stack cardboard shapes to make your favourite ferocious animal head. Download Instructions here What you need...

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RDPL Cookbook: 5 Sweet Treats to Try

RDPL Cookbook: 5 Sweet Treats to Try

Wednesday, December 9th 2020

Posted in: Historic Baking

MAG staff will be trying out as many baking recipes as we can from the cookbooks in our Library as part of our Historic Baking: Holiday Edition series this December. Check back throughout the month for some new (old) recipes to try! In the...

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Historic Baking: Cinnamon Twists

Historic Baking: Cinnamon Twists

Tuesday, December 8th 2020

Posted in: Historic Baking

Making Cinnamon Twists with Kirstin, MAG Marketing Associate Last week my cousin sent me a photo of Sour Cream Twists he made. My immediate response was to exclaim “whoa!” – I had not eaten (or seen) one of these in over...

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The Origin: Women's Jingle Dance

The Origin: Women's Jingle Dance

Monday, December 7th 2020

Posted in: Exhibits

Knowledge Keeper Shelda Thom of Whitefish Bay, Ontario shares the story of the Women’s Jingle Dress. This healing dance came as a result of a Grandfathers dream. The jingle dress and dance is an Ojibwe healing dance...

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