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Adrienne Huard

Adrienne Huard is an Anishinaabekwe born in so-called Winnipeg and is currently based in Tkarón:to/Toronto. After graduating in 2012 from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Fine Arts majoring in photography, she decided to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts majoring in art history at Concordia University in Tiohtià:ke/Montreal. Huard graduated from Concordia in April 2018 and has been accepted into OCAD University’s graduate-level Criticism and Curatorial Practice program, which she will be attending in fall 2018. Her area of focus for study is to challenge the positioning of Indigenous art and artists within cultural institutions, and explore how to better improve these relationships to facilitate the process of resurgence.
Dee Barsy

Dee Barsy

Urban Shaman: Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery, Winnipeg, September 6 to October 26, 2019

Shuvinai Ashoona

Shuvinai Ashoona

The Power Plant, Toronto, January 26 to May 12, 2019

Soap Stone and 3D-Printing

Soap Stone and 3D-Printing

Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter and Jesse Tungilik participate in self-directed studio residencies in Inuvik and Banff as part of the TD North/South Artist Exchange

A Conversation with Jordan Bennett

A Conversation with Jordan Bennett

This year's Sobey Art Award finalist animates Mi'kmaq creation stories and petroglyphs in his largest public artwork to date

Toronto Art Book Fair

Toronto Art Book Fair

Chinatown Centre Mall, Toronto, July 5–8, 2018

After SLĀV, Some Next Steps

After SLĀV, Some Next Steps

The Montreal Jazz Festival has cancelled SLĀV. What needs to be eliminated next is systemic bias in the arts

Tunirrusiangit: Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak

Tunirrusiangit: Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak

Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, June 16–August 12, 2018

An Indigenous Woman’s View of the National Gallery of Canada

An Indigenous Woman’s View of the National Gallery of Canada

Approaching the gallery, I felt both intimidated and cynical about its efforts to blend Canadian and Indigenous art collections. But then, things changed