I.A.M. Collective Presents

Miskowehtawowin at ATB Arts and Culture Branch 9804 Jasper Avenue. (CKUA)

  • “Things to pass on” by Dawn Marie Marchand Sharon Pasula

  • “Okimaw” by Reanna Lorraine Savard Sharon Pasula

I heard the exhibit opening and fundraiser was well-attended on August 30. It sold out, in fact. This is great news for the seven Indigenous artists being showcased.

I stopped by and checked it out. There were some amazing pieces, sculptures, mixed media, and paintings with excellent explanations that educate and inspire. It’s only on until October, so when you are downtown make some time. It’s not a large space but well done.

If you don’t manage to make it down here, here are some photos of some of the art.

Sharon Pasula is an Indigenous spiritual and cultural resource person who lives in Boyle Street.

Janis Irwin MLA
Vista Housing

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