Red Runners "The New Objectification in Native Art and Identity"
Tuesday June 22-July 2
Well and Good Gallery
52 McCaul Street
Red Runners "The New Objectification of Native Art and Identity"
Tuesday June 22 at 20:00
Well and Good Gallery 52McCaul Street Toronto
This project is sponsored bythe Miziwe Biik Development Corporation and produced by its new venture for thearts, Thunderbird. Partnerships include Canada Council for the Arts andthe Ontario Arts Council. Thefocus of this exhibition is accessibility and identity. Accesibility is the focus we undertookfrom the mentors and identity is the focus that evolved in the creation of thisexhibit.
This group showfeatures 13 Aboriginal artists of diverse background and media. They will, tocoin a phrase, allow us to walk a mile in their moccasins. Some of the Artistswere chosen for their traditional based work and others for their contemporaryoutlook, though no limits were place on what they could submit. All the worksin the show are new. The stories they will tell will be diverse. Red Runnersare:
I just wanted to thank ANDPVA for the opportunity you gave me to showcase my crafts and jewelllery at the Saturday Market. I met some really great people, especially other artists and made some new friends. Keep up the good work! Emilie Corbiere
I just wanted to thank ANDPVA for todays terrific workshop on publishing with Kateri. I learned so much and will put this new information to good use.
Author, artist and storyteller
Mark Tuesday, December 21st 6pm on your social calendar and come to the 21st Annual Kensington Market Festival of Lights to see the SKYWOMAN Shadow Puppet Performance by andpva's Indigenous Youth Leadership Team
andpva opens our Studio 171 doors 8am-noon alongside the Saturday Wychwood Barns Farmer's Market - Join us Dec 11 & 18 in time for holiday shopping!
We are delighted to have
been invited to partner with SLOW FOOD TORONTO and recruit Indigenous
musicians and artists to participate in the SLOW FOOD TORONTO
fundraising event this Friday, December 10th, 2010 6pm-9pm. If you social calendar is not too full, come on out
and join this delicious celebration.
The 7th Annual CIT Variety Showcase will be at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, ., on December 10, 2010,
with performances scheduled to start at 7 pm and run through to
9:30pm. The evening is by donation and all are invited to attend.