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EXHIBITION CLOSING: Meryl McMaster’s “As Immense as the Sky” final wkend @RICgallery Toronto

ON THE EDGE OF IMMENSITY Travelling into unknown land. Birds as companions and guides. Retracing ancestral steps. On paths walked many times. Great migrations across land and water. Connecting with kinfolk. On journeys that lead here. Time passes by in cycles. On journeys ...

OTTAWA DIGITAL NEWS: Sunny afternoon @NatGalleryCan for Wikipedia Edit-a-thon focusing on Indigenous Artists

Yesterday afternoon was spent at the libary of the National Gallery of Canada (NGC) to participate in a Wikipedia edit-a-thon, the fifth one I have attended in Ottawa. Previously, other local instituions and art spaces (Carleton University Art Gallery, Gallery 101, National ...

OTTAWA DIGITAL NEWS: Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon Mar 7 @NatGalleryCan Indigenous Artists’ Biographies Edition

Tomorrow, Thursday, March 7, the National Gallery of Canada (NGC) will be hosting a Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon that will focus on creating and editing pages for Indigenous artists. Inuit Art Foundation (IAF) will also be on site for assistance. WHERE: National Gallery of Canada ...

PRESENTATION: Speaking in Berlin on commemoration, difficult histories and the work of contemporary Indigenous artists

Recently I arrived back from a research trip in Berlin and Warsaw, part of a cultural exchange course between PhD students from the Technical University in Berlin and Masters and PhD students in Ottawa at Carleton University. While in Canada, the students from Germany, many ...

CLIENT OPENING: Tonight at Ottawa’s @OttawaArtG MichaelBelmore & GroupofSeven A. J. Casson exhibit “Confluence and Tributaries”

This beautiful exhibition partners Anishinaabe artist Michael Belmore’s (www.michaelbelmore.com) copper work (Settlement, Landing 1 & 2, Gather, and Watershed No. 1) with the paintings of A.J. Casson, one of the Group of Seven. MICHAEL BELMORE and A.J. CASSON ...

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