October 22, 2017

NEW WORKS
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MY BERRY FAST

MY BERRY FAST

Raspberries | Image source: Barrie Hill Farms The berry fast ceremony marks the stage of life when we start to put away our childhood toys and begin to focus on being a young woman, modelling behaviours and values for the younger generation. My first experience with a berry fast happened when I was four...
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CULTURAL BURDENS: A TRIBUTE TO NATIVE WOMEN

CULTURAL BURDENS: A TRIBUTE TO NATIVE WOMEN

“Cultural Burdens” basket by Carol Emarthle-Douglas | Image source: nadelbachphoto.com(c)  Artist Carol Emarthle-Douglas (Northern Arapaho/Seminole) discusses her award-winning piece. Plus, what’s next for the basket-maker and scholar. Like the complex roles Indigenous women fill within thei...
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BOOK REVIEW: BOOZHOO, AJIDAMOO

BOOK REVIEW: BOOZHOO, AJIDAMOO

Boozhoo, Ajidamoo Cover | Image source: Barns and Noble While greeting the sun and various forest friends, the always curious and intelligent Ajidamoo meets Steve, an otherworldly visitor, and takes a trip into space. Such is the setting for Michael Lyons’ wonderfully illustrated book for early Anishina...
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G’ZAAGIN: THE LOVE OF TRADITIONAL INDIGENOUS ARTS

G’ZAAGIN: THE LOVE OF TRADITIONAL INDIGENOUS ARTS

G’Zaagin: The Love of Traditional Indigenous Art | Image source: G’Zaagin Art Gallery Raised in Wasauksing First Nation, Tracey Pawis overcame many challenges in her life to get to where she is today – a community organizer who promotes Indigenous culture and the owner of G’zaagin Art...
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