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PUBLICATION DESIGN: “Michael Belmore | A.J. Casson: Confluences & Tributaries” with @OttawaArtG

Last Fall, I had the pleasure of working with the Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) to design a publication for Michael Belmore’s (www.michaelbelmore.com) two artist exhibition, Michael Belmore | A.J. Casson – Nkweshkdaadiimgak Miinwaa Bakeziibiisan, Confluences and ...

FEATURED MAGAZINE: @InuitArtFdn Inuit Art Quarterly “Exchange: Points of Contact” issue

The internet is helping to improve the quality of life in Inuit Nunangat. It connects individuals across northern communities as well as those in the South and is increasingly helpful to the growth of local businesses and entrepreneurship. This is partially achieved through ...

CONFERENCE: Indigenous artists gather at @agotoronto for #Aabaakwad (It Clears After a Storm)

From Thursday, September 13 – Saturday, September 15 the Aabaakwad Conference will be taking place at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto. Tomorrow evening Rebecca Belmore, Jolene Rickard and Wanda Nanibush open the conference as the keynote speakers. aabaakwad (it ...

OTTAWA #ART SUNDAY: Openings @OttawaArtG & Closings @Ursula_Johnson @CAGOttawa & @CUArtGallery Robert Houle, Linda Sormin & Sun K. Kwak

OTTAWA FRIENDS – this is good Sunday to see art! 2 exhibitions are closing & 1 new exhibition has just opened. CLOSING: CENTRAL ART GARAGE Ursula Johnson’s The Indian Truckhouse of High Art Hours: Noon – 4 pm Today & Monday, April 30 10 am – 8 ...

CLIENT OPENING: Jeff Thomas’ “Birdman Rising: Conversations Beyond Colonialism” at University of Southern Illinois, Edwardsville

Jeff Thomas’ current solo exhibition Birdman Rising: Conversations Beyond Colonialism builds on his work around the Mounds at Cahokia and his investigation of the Mississippian culture. “Here in the shadow of Cahokia Mounds, the center of the Mississippian urban ...

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