NSCAD students make art in Kejimkujik
Courtesy of Ali Giffen-Johnson and Anna Whalen
Since 2012, Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site has forged a collaboration with NSCAD University to connect art students to national parks in Nova Scotia. This past summer, 19 students enjoyed a full Kejimkujik experience, which offered inspiration to create art based on this year’s theme Alternative Means: An Aesthetic Field Guide to Kejimkujik National Park. Starting at 5:30 pm on November 10, NSCAD students will be exhibiting at the Anna Leonowens Gallery, offering the opportunity to experience Kejimkujik through a different lens. The exhibit runs until 5 pm on November 15. The Anna Leonowens Gallery is located at 1891 Granville St, Halifax. For more information, contact 902-444-9600.
Winter season 2014-2015 access
During the winter season 2014-15, visitors to Kejimkujik will have day-use access to the park/site at their own risk. Visitor facilities and services will be unavailable at this time; however, park/site access will be available as follows... » Winter season access
Park Passes for Expropriated Landowners
Parks Canada has a special access pass for people whose lands were expropriated during the creation of national parks or national historic sites and their descendants. This pass allows holders to enter for free to visit places of personal or family significance. Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site has landowners whose lands were expropriated during the 1960s. The pass is being introduced for Kejimkujik in the spring of 2014. » Park Passes for Expropriated Landowners...
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Parks Canada on Google Maps
Mainland Nova Scotia places ready now for virtual exploration at maps.google.ca include Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, Fort Anne NHS, Halifax Citadel NHS, York Redoubt NHS and Grand Pré NHS. » Parks Canada Google Maps project...