« Anicinabe, là où les eaux se rencontrent » dresse un portrait de la culture contemporaine autochtone en Abitibi-Témiscamingue au Québec.
Authored and Submitted by Moe Clark to the Participatory Creative Music Hub.
This week-long Art Smarts project involved students from Grades 1, 2, 3 from École James Nisbet. I harvested birch trees and 1/4" circles were cut to represent 'beads' for the pattern which was inspired by a Métis floral pattern I designed according to the space provided.
Mandala workshop for all ages. Image shown: large canvas painting created by groups of children. Catered to any age group and various themes from peace and conservation to Metis floral beadwork culture.
Offering 4 day RETREATS for Educators; Counselors; Health-Care Providers; Students (Gr.8; High School; College & University, including post-Grads) ... with accommodations and all meals provided (please advise if there are food restrictions)
The CCR-KO program is a uniquely engaging co-operative experience where youth from Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory are trained by art educators in various arts disciplines, including drama, dance, drumming, film, visual art and script writing.
Under a prairie sky, a simple wooden fence is all that separates Calvin on his ranch and Speck on her reservation. In many ways they are worlds apart, until a wild horse named Mistatim turns their worlds upside down.
Watch 2-minutes of Mistatim in-studio: