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Current Exhibition

We Are Hockey


EXHIBIT DURATION:
March 2019 – February 2020
MUSEUM HOURS:
9am – 4pm everyday
LOCATION:
Sikh Heritage Museum, National Historic Site Gur Sikh Temple, 33089 South Fraser Way, Abbotsford, BC
 

Centred on the experiences of people of colour, this exhibit challenges the linear meaning of “Hockey as Canada’s national sport” while negotiating decolonization, race, ethnicity and the privilege and power of settler communities.”

For more information contact:

SHARANJIT KAUR SANDHRA: 604-851-6325
SHARANJIT.SANDHRA@UFV.CA

Past Exhibitions

100 Years of Settlement and Integration
(2011)

Punjab- The People, The Land, The Legacy
(2012)

Canadian Sikh Identity: The Turban Challenge (2013)

Ghadar:
100 Years Later
(2013)

Challenge Denied: Komagata Maru 100 Years Later 1914-2014 (2014)

The Spirit of Hola Mohalla
(2015)

Evolving Interpretations: Sikhism and Women (2016)

Canadian Sikhs in WWI: The Forgotten Story (2016)

(Dis) Enfranchisement 1907-1947: The Forty Year Struggle for the Vote (2017)

Desis in the Diaspora (2018)