Indian Jubilee Celebration / Carlton / 1936 - Ribbon.
University of Saskatchewan Archives, Beth and McGregor Hone fonds
This ribbon, commemorating Indian celebrations at Carlton, Saskatchewan, is small and red-coloured with black lettering.John Ramsey McGregor (Mac) Hone was born in 1920 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. He was a participant in the early Emma Lake Art Schools, and studied with Gus Kenderdine, Ernest Lindner, Jack Shadbolt, and Will Barnett. He received a BA (1941) from the University of Saskatchewan, and from 1958-1959 studied at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London, England. He taught school in Saskatchewan and British Columbia from 1947-1979; during the 1950s he also taught art class in Moose Jaw for the University of Saskatchewan (Regina Campus). From 1976-1981 he served on the Minister's Committee on the Fine Arts in Education. His artworks included serigraph, woodcut, wood engraving, watercolour, oil, acrylic, photography, and sculpture. Mac died in 2007.
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