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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: 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 ...

CLIENT ACQUISITION: The #Art #Gallery of #Mississauga acquires work by #Onondaga #artist Jeff Thomas

Congratulations to Jeff Thomas on the purchase of his work by the Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM). The AGM announced their acquisition in the Winter edition of Canadian Art Magazine. The announcement shows a detail of the work What happened to the Mississaugas? and was part ...

CLIENT EXHIBITION: Jeff Thomas in “Family Camera” at the Royal Ontario Museum Toronto

Along with shows at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and the Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) Jeff Thomas is also part of the Family Camera show this summer at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). From the ROM website:  Exploring the relationship between photography and the idea ...

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