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Solo exhibit pushes boundaries of viewers imagination

Solo exhibit pushes boundaries of viewers imagination

McKeown channelled her creativity over the past year and a half, into self-portraiture and still life, eventually building up a large enough body of work for her first solo exhibition
REVIEW: Mount Assiniboine—The Story

REVIEW: Mount Assiniboine—The Story

Chic Scott's new work, Mount Assiniboine — The Story is a sweeping, presentation-style book with more than 100,000 words and 382 photos
Three questions with Naty Tremblay

Three questions with Naty Tremblay

artsPlace's July 7th online Cultural Learning Circle – Exploring Identity and Understanding Gender Diversity
Local waitress begins a new tradition on Canada Day

Local waitress begins a new tradition on Canada Day

Small acts
COMMENTARY: ­Lloyd ‘Buddy’ Wesley’s loving hand

COMMENTARY: ­Lloyd ‘Buddy’ Wesley’s loving hand

He was everybody’s Buddy. The June 25 news of his passing has left a void in our hearts – and in mine, in particular. Lloyd “Buddy” Wesley, 71, was a Stoney Nakoda knowledge keeper from Morley. The great-grandson of the legendary Chief Ta Otha was
Nahanni McKay's Dream

Nahanni McKay's Dream

Local Métis artist invited to the prestigious Venice Biennale
Summer Twoyoungmen: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Summer Twoyoungmen: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“We’ve had overdoses for many years, but recently it’s been hitting hard, it’s been one after the other, they keep dropping, and it’s because the pandemic and the dealers are getting brave enough to mix anything and that’s what causing our people to die, almost every day."
Jarret Twoyoungmen: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Jarret Twoyoungmen: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“We’ve actually been getting disrespected so many times from the non-Native people and we want respect. That’s how we want it actually with our films, our arts, and with our music.”
Words of Resilience: Inspiration Through Adversity

Words of Resilience: Inspiration Through Adversity

artsPlace's virtual poetry event this Thursday
Cheyenne Ozînjâ θîhâ: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Cheyenne Ozînjâ θîhâ: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“I’m a pretty badass person because I went through a lot and I have a lot of stories to share and a lot of obstacles I had to overcome and still trying to get over.”