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Culture Shock! Many designs are brought to life by Business graduate Kathryn Pasquach, a Cree […]
Millside Ceramics is located on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory since 1998 It is Mohawk owned and […]
Pass The Feather has been very fortunate to work with Susan Hill from Hill’s Creations.
I & S Crafts and Supplies is a brand new, bright and organized art shop […]
“Narda Kathaleen Julg is a Mohawk living on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory in eastern Ontario. […]
Mike Ormsby | Ojibwe Anishinaabe Painter Let me start by introducing myself properly: W’ dae […]
Rod Borghese, Ojibwe Artist and Architect. Rod is Ojibwe from Manitoulin Island and Sault Ste […]
Naomi White (nee Hughes), is a member of Tsimshian Nation Laxkwalaams (north western British Columbia).
Walking Elgin Street, Ottawa, an old Native man sat on the sidewalk. I sat to […]
In a circle, we are all equal; no one is in front of you, no one is behind you, no one is above you, no one is below you.
Art is Healing | Donnell Taylor
Indigenous people have overcome great odds and Donnell is proof that we are resilient, strong and essential to the identity of Turtle Island / North America. We are proud to introduce you to him via this documentary. Thank you for sharing, Donnell.
You can find Donnell and more of his work on our website, you can order his work through Pass The Feather or you can meet him in person on Elgin Street in Ottawa.