Judy Anderson is Nêhiyaw (Cree) from Gordon First Nation, Saskatchewan, Treaty 4 territory and an Associate Professor of Canadian Indigenous Studio Art in the Department of Art at the University of Calgary. Anderson’s practice includes beadwork, installation, hand-made paper, painting, three-dimensional pieces, and, collaborative projects all of which are deeply personalwith a focus on issues of spirituality, family, colonialism and Indigenous epistemological and ontological traditions.

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Following last year's Manidoominensagemin (We are beading) in Toronto that was hosted by the Canadian Textile Museum, this year's Ziigimineshin took place in Winnipeg. The symposium was organized by the Manitoba Craft Council (MCC) in partnership with Urban Shaman, Manitoba Museum, with ancillary programming by MAWA (Mentoring Artists for Women’s

KAHWATSIRETÁTIE : TEIONKWARIWAIENNA TEKARIWAIENNAWAHKÒNTIE / HONOURING KINSHIP Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA) – 5th Edition April 23 – June 21, 2020 PRESS RELEASE: TIOHTIÀ:KE / MONTRÉAL / MOONIYAANG, JANUARY 30, 2020. The Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA) unveils its Fifth Edition’s Program. BACA 2020 will be held in the following places: Art Mûr,