A Place Between – A 60’s Scoop Arts Project April 7 – April 29, 2017   Opening Reception Friday, April 7, 2017 at Urban Shaman Gallery We will be open for First Fridays in the Exchange from 5pm to 11pm 8pm Jesse McMann 9pm Shayla Elizabeth 10pm Billy Joe Green Location: 203-290 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba Film screenings around the downtown area and locations of off-site artworks (See info below). […]

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Unapologetic:  Acts of Survivance Curator:  Rhéanne Chartrand McMaster Museum of Art January 12 – March 25, 2017 A new exhibition at the McMaster Museum of Art presents significant works of art from the 1980s by eleven, foundational contemporary Indigenous artists—Carl Beam, Bob Boyer, Robert Houle, Gerald McMaster, Shelley Niro, Ron Noganosh, Jane Ash Poitras, Edward Poitras, Pierre Sioui, Jeff Thomas and Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun—and acknowledges their critical role in paving […]

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Offsite programming still image from Aviliaq (entwined) The Embargo Collective II Date: Film Screening on February 23, 2017 at 7pm Location: Cinematheque, 100 Arthur Street In conjunction with the imagineNATIVE Festival and Urban Shaman Gallery, Cinematheque presents The Embargo Collective II – an anthology of five short films by Canadian Indigenous women. Participating in a collective process, each director created a film under restrictions imposed on them by their peers […]

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  Native Women in the Arts is pleased to announce the Ka’nikonhrí:yo Gatherings: A new series starting with a hand drum making workshop on March 5, 2017.   The Ka’nikonhrí:yo Gatherings will connect cultural leaders to the Indigenous community in Toronto and will strengthen, empower, and support our community members through monthly lectures, discussions, and workshops. As an Indigenous arts and cultural organization, we are dedicated to supporting our community by […]

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Brief: The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective in partnership with the WKP Kennedy Gallery at the Capitol Centre and the Ontario Arts Council to hold a regional round table and information session as part of their “This Land, Ontario” project. With presentations by OAC Associate Director of Granting, Kerry Swanson and ACC-CCA Executive Director, Clayton Windatt including a community forum to explore collective futures. 150 Main St. E. Wednesday, February 8th, (1pm […]

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How Far We’ve Come: Reflections on the Resonance of Indigenous Art from the 1980s Panel Discussion McMaster Museum of Art Thursday, February 9, 7 – 9 pm Panelists: Richard William Hill Tom Hill Gerald McMaster Please join the McMaster Museum of Art for an evening with three leading Indigenous scholars as they discuss the influence of Indigenous art from the 1980s on current Indigenous artistic and curatorial practice. This insightful […]

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Move past material limitations! 2017 includes my first major solo exhibition in Toronto at The Power Plant and an ambitious day of panels for Crossroads: Art + Native Feminisms at The Museum of Arts and Design. These are some of the highlights both near and far. For more information visit my regularly updated website for recent and upcoming event postings! The One Who Keeps On Giving January 28-14 May 2017 CURATOR: CAROLIN KÖCHLING The Power Plant 231 Queens Quay […]

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  Le Français suit   ACC Fundraising Concert and Silent Auction The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective presents a night of music, art, and fun. The event is in support of the ACC Micro-mentorship Program, connecting emerging aboriginal curators with established mentors across Canada. The event will take place at Gallery 101, 51 Young Street, Suite B, Ottawa. 7pm. $10. Cash bar. Featuring a live art auction with works graciously donated by […]

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