Connecting Indigenous Artists with Potential Clients

  • From left: Scott McKeen, Edmonton City Councillor Ward 6; Wilson Bearhead, Elder-In-Residence, Edmonton Public Library; and Kerrie Gladue, Consultant First Nation, Metis & Inuit Education, Edmonton Public School Board. City of Edmonton

An Indigenous Artists meet-and-greet took place at City Hall on February 7. Artists had the opportunity to connect with businesses, organizations, and government officials looking to purchase or contract artistic talent. McCauley Revitalization was a supporter of the event.

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Neighbourhood Views

  • Frank Spinelli’s Headwear – It just would not be winter in McCauley without hats of some kind appearing on the head of the statue of Frank Spinelli in Giovanni Caboto Park. Leif Gregersen

  • Frost: An Example of the Delicate Beauty of Nature – McCauley photographer Leif Gregersen captured the natural beauty of frost on trees during January. Leif Gregersen

  • Frost: An Example of the Delicate Beauty of Nature – McCauley photographer Leif Gregersen captured the natural beauty of frost on trees during January. Leif Gregersen

  • Frost: An Example of the Delicate Beauty of Nature – McCauley photographer Leif Gregersen captured the natural beauty of frost on trees during January. Leif Gregersen

  • A Cat, Some Birds, and a Chair – An interesting arrangement of ornaments and furniture in the snow. Jayne Russell

  • Black History Month at St. Faith’s – Boyle Street resident Sharon Pasula attended a celebration in anticipation of Black History Month at St. Faith’s Anglican Church on 117 Avenue and 93 Street on January 29. February was Black History Month. Sharon Pasula

  • Frost: An Example of the Delicate Beauty of Nature – McCauley photographer Leif Gregersen captured the natural beauty of frost on trees during January. Leif Gregersen

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