painting

Chantal Lanouette

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Algonquin self taught artist. I’ve always felt that looking at the sky reminded me of those we lost. I usually include the universe to remember them. My paintings include indigenous women and the animals of Mother Earth. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clanouette Chantal can be found at art shows in the areas of Ottawa, Ontario and Gatineau, Québec

Workshops

Sayokla Kindness Williams

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sayokla kindness williams, pass the feather, bead work, Indigenous artist, first nations art, native art

Sayo’:kla “It Snows Again”On^yote’a:ka, Oneida Nation of WI. Turtle Clan I can teach any style of beadwork. Flat, raised, 2-needle, edging, peyote, wrapping. I specialize in creating movement jewlery for Indigenous women. Contact by email: sayokla@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sayoklawilliams Sayokla is located near Wisconsin.

painting

Natalie Rostad-Desjarlais

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Natalie-Rostad-Desjarlais-Wolfstone, painter, pass the feather

Natalie Rostad-Desjarlais I am Asini-eskwiw, Or Rock Woman, or just Nat. I have the privilege and honor to work directly with Mother Earth’s wisdom and character. Utilizing the stones of great wisdom, I help others to see deeper into the history, age and messages available to us with the application of pigments and oxides. It […]

ceramics

KC Adams

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KC Adams, pottery, clay

KC Adams | Pottery My Cree name is capapiminat mikisew iskwew (flying overhead eagle woman), my mother’s family is from Fisher River Cree Nation and my father’s family is from Peguis First Nations. I have been working with clay since 1996 and the moment I touched clay, my blood memory kicked in and I felt […]

jewellery

Cedar and Sage | Jane Lamure

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My name is Jane Lamure I am an Algonquin, my band is Pikwakanagan and my community is wherever I go. I have always enjoyed creating, being close to the land and waters. I feel most grounded when I recenter myself. I have worked in the Indigenous community for the past fourteen years in mental health […]

painting

Delree Dumont

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Delree Dumont Delree Dumont is an International Cree artist from Crossfield, Alberta, Canada. Dumont was born in Chilliwack, British Columbia and is a member of Onion Lake Cree Nation located north of Lloydminster, SK. Prior to working as a full-time artist in 2014, Dumont was employed inAlberta’s oil and gas industry for 32 years. During […]

Food

Norma Condo | Miqmak Catering Indigenous Kitchen

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Norma Condo is a Miqmak Indigenous Chef from Gesgapegiag.Catering/ restaurant business that also does many indigenous workshop talks about our indigenous cuisine. Where you can contact Norma Address: 10409 Boulevard Gouin O Roxboro , QC H8Y1W5 Canada Website: http://miqmak-catering-indigenous-kitchen.business.sit Email: wasueg@icloud.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChefNormaCondo

News

Indigenous Women’s Conference | CBC NEWS

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Aboriginal Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather, Ontario Arts Council, Indigenous Culture Fund, Indigenous Arts Conference, Indigenous Women's Arts Conference

“Our transfer of Indigenous knowledge has been purposefully derailed,” said Dawn Setford, the lead organizer of the Indigenous Art Conference at the Willis College in St. Laurent Shopping Centre. “There’s so many of us out there who haven’t had a chance to learn from our elders and our community.” | CBC NEWS | https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/indigenous-art-conference-women-traditions-ottawa-1.5078683

News

Canadian Press | Funding AACC Arts Conference

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Aboriginal Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather, Ontario Arts Council, Indigenous Culture Fund

The Aboriginal Arts Collective of Canada received $25,000 from the fund and president Dawn Setford said she used the money to hold a long-planned conference to teach about 200 Indigenous women various artistic and cultural practices such as porcupine quilling and basketry. | NATIONAL POST | CANADIAN PRESS Those types of traditional teachings were lost […]