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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 ...

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 ...

A JOURNEY: Fossils, Rocks, and Sense of Place

The month of October was spent travelling to significant sites of memory, locations where the movement of time and what we call history is in various ways marked in stone. The journey started at Manitoulin Island on a last minute road trip with Barry Ace. Barry is working on ...

CLIENT OPENING: Rosalie Favell’s “Home Lands” Vernissage 2nite @thecubegallery Ottawa

Tonight Home Lands opens at Cube Gallery a commerical gallery in Ottawa. The exhibition features the work of Rosalie Favell (www.rosaliefavell.com) from her new photographic portrait series Artists in the Landscape. These beautiful portraits are of Indigenous artists in ...

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