October 29, 2020

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what is hanky panky, what if hanky panky

what is hanky panky, what if hanky panky

Hanky Panky by Kent Monkman, 2020. Scroll down to choose to view the uncensored image. Earlier this month, Cree artist Kent Monkman’s painting ‘Hanky Panky’ was unveiled on social media, intending to highlight the “Canadian (in)justice system” and the violence against Indig...
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Whose Home and Native Land

Whose Home and Native Land

Reconciliation is an ongoing conversation, and requires an unlearning to break apart colonialism, and relearn the pre-contact, pre-colonial gaze and history of Turtle Island. The latest exhibition at Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Whose Home and Native Land is a collaborative effort between curatorial staff...
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UPRISING: THE POWER OF MOTHER EARTH

UPRISING: THE POWER OF MOTHER EARTH

“Everything – the plants, insects, winds, stars, rocks, animals, us – is a giant web of pure spirit. Nothing is separate from anything else. The spirit world surrounds us at all moments and is present in all things.” – Christi Belcourt In both her art and her activism, well-known Michif artist Christi B...
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Indigenous Fashion: Our Second Skin

Indigenous Fashion: Our Second Skin

Delina White at the Harvest Moon runway showcase on June 2, 2018. All images in this article by Nadya Kwandibens / Red Works Photography. The first annual Indigenous Fashion Week (IFWTO) Toronto had four days of workshops, curated exhibitions, artist talks, runway showcases, panels, lectures, hands-on w...
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