leatherwork

Mitchell Riley | Leatherwork

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Mitchell Riley, first nations art, indigenous artist, leatherwork, pass the feather.

Mitchell Riley Leather Goods and Traditional Native Crafts Deshkan Ziibiing, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, ON My name is Mitchell A. Riley, I am from Chippewas of the Thames First Nation or Deshkaan Ziibing (Antler River) located in South Western Ontario Canada. I am an indigenous artist and a Canadian leather crafter / leather […]

Sharing Circle

Tara Audibert

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Tara Audibert Tara Audibert is a Wolastoqiyik artist of Tobique First Nation and the owner of Moxy Fox Studio, an independent animation, comics and illustration studio located in Sunny Corner, NB. Tara is also a Director for the Ni’gweg Collective, which recently launched the Storytelling Game App-“Nitap: Legends of the First Nations”. With nearly 20 […]

Featherwork

fundraising

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The AACC is fundraising for our Indigenous Arts Conference! This gorgeous work is by artist Chelsea Brooks! Bid on this 8″ x 10″ hand painted canvas and matching 11″ feather! If you purchase a set from this page, all proceeds will go to our not-for-profit AACC! We’re fundraising for our Indigenous Arts Conference!! Price of […]

bead work

Kasenniyostah Lauren Williams

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Kasenniyostah Lauren Williams Skennen! My name is Kasenniyostah Lauren Williams. I am Mohawk turtle clan from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory in Ontario, Canada. I have always loved sparkly things, so a journey into learning beadwork techniques has been a joyful one so far! I love making jewelry and other accessories.   Find […]

painting

Vivianne Sheshamush

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Vivianne Sheshamush   Identifying as multicultural, Vivianne Sheshamush is a Cree/Inuit/Scottish Visual Artist living in a remote community on the Hudson Bay. Being multicultural, married to a multicultural man and raising their multicultural daughter inspires a lot of passion to show other mixed people, that they can celebrate the different parts of themselves. The different […]

Dreamcatchers

Kelsie Young Dreamcatchers

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Kelsie Young Kelsie Young is part of the Mi’kmaq Nation and was previously a member of the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nations Band of Newfoundland, Canada. She learned the traditional art of basket weaving, of weaving dream catchers and wooden flower making from a Chief from the Bear River First Nations in Nova Scotia, Canada. Kelsie […]

Music

Jill Shimizu Arts

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JILL LUNN (SHIMIZU) Artist, Owner Valleycreek Craft & Consulting Giinew Kwe Ojibway Eagle Clan, Six Nations Ojibway Born and raised in Niagara/Hamilton Area, Jill is the mother of four girls ranging from school aged to post University ages. She has been educated in Special Needs Education and Recreation Management. Trained in visual arts and music from […]