Land Claims: raise a flag Pennant Workshop with an Artist Talk by Susan Blight

Saturday, December 2, 2017 - 2:00pm

Land Claims: raise a flag Pennant Workshop with an Artist Talk by Susan Blight

Saturday, December 2, 2017
2 p.m.

Onsite Gallery
199 Richmond St. W. (Ground Floor)

Free
All materials provided

 

Re-map the land in this pennant making workshop. Artist Susan Blight will present on her practice and the Ogimaa Mikana project. Presented as part of the exhibition, raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000-2015).

 

Susan Blight is Anishinaabe from Couchiching First Nation. A visual artist, filmmaker, and arts educator, Susan’s films and video work have been screened nationally and internationally at such venues as Media City International Film Festival, Experiments in Cinema, and the ImagineNative Festival. In addition, Susan has exhibited at Gallery 44, The Print Studio, Platform Centre for Photographic and Digital Arts, and the Art Gallery of Windsor. Susan is co-founder of The Ogimaa Miikana Project, an artist/activist collective working to reclaim and rename the streets and landmarks of Toronto with Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe language) and in July 2013, she became a member of the Indigenous Routes artist collective which works to provide new media training for Indigenous youth. Susan Blight received a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Windsor in Integrated Media, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography, a Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies from the University of Manitoba and is a currently a PhD student in Social Justice Education at the UofT. She is a Presidential Appointee to the Hart House Board of Stewards, co-chair of the co-curricular Education Subcommittee of the University of Toronto’s Truth and Reconciliation Steering Committee, organizes the annual Indigenous Education Week at the UofT, and is the recipient of a 2014 IDERD award for her anti -racism work.

 

raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000 - 2015)
Curated by Ryan Rice, Delaney Chair in Indigenous Visual Culture, OCAD U

Barry Ace, Sonny Assu, Carl Beam, Christi Belcourt, Rebecca Belmore, Christian Chapman, Dana Claxton, Ruth Cuthand, Wally Dion, David Garneau, Tanya Harnett, Faye HeavyShield, Greg A. Hill, Mark Igloliorte, Jimmy Iqaluq, Elisapee Ishulutaq, Alex Janvier, Piona Keyuakjuk, Myra Kukiiyaut, Rachelle Lafond, Jim Logan, Kayley Mackay, Qavavau Manumie, Ohotaq Mikkigak, Lisa Myers, Nadia Myre, Marianne Nicolson, Lionel Peyachew, Tim Pitsiulak, Annie Pootoogook, Barry Pottle, Pitaloosie Saila and Tania Willard.

raise a flag presents selected works from a national heritage collection representing First Nations, Inuit and Métis art. Housed in Ottawa, managed by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, the Indigenous Art Collection is one of the most important and comprehensive art collections of contemporary Indigenous art in Canada and beyond. In light of and in tandem with Canada’s 150 commemorations, raise a flag represents alternative discourses and uncovers missing narratives from the framework of a national identity. The works in raise a flag focus on recent acquisitions, obtained from 2000 to 2015, which chronicle recent significant national narratives reflecting upon Canadian heritage, diversity and collective memory.

 

Onsite Gallery
Onsite Gallery, located at 199 Richmond St. W., is the flagship professional gallery of OCAD U and an experimental curatorial platform for art, design and new media. On view at the gallery are two inaugural exhibitions in our new expanded space: raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000-2015)and For This Land: Inside Elemental.

Venue & Address: 
Onsite Gallery (199 Richmond St. W., Ground Floor)
Website: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/123615371743189/
Email: 
onsite@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 x456
Cost: 
Free
Land Claims: raise a flag Pennant Workshop with an Artist Talk by Susan Blight

Inuit Artist Database Edit-A-Thon

Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm

Thursday, November 16, 2017
Noon to 4 p.m.

Onsite Gallery
199 Richmond St. W. (Ground Floor)

 

The Inuit Art Foundation is partnering with Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University to host the first ever Inuit Artist Database Edit-A-Thon at Onsite Gallery on Thursday, November 16, 2017. 

The Inuit Art Foundation’s Inuit Artist Database features historical and contemporary artists from across Inuit Nunangat and southern Canada. The database is a work in progress, with new artist profiles added regularly. 

You are invited to contribute to this important resource. Inuit Art Foundation staff and supporters will be on hand to show you how to contribute to the database, then provide individual assistance as you write about the artists. 

Bring your own laptop please! Wi-fi provided.

To learn more about how to create a biography, please see our comprehensive database guide.

Register and access the database here -
https://iad.inuitartfoundation.org/register

About the Inuit Art Foundation
https://iad.inuitartfoundation.org/

The database highlights the contributions of historical and contemporary Inuit artists to the cultural and artistic heritage of their communities, Canada and the world through a centralized online resource. A key goal of the database is to broaden public awareness of the history of Inuit art and to connect interested researchers with artists and artworks while providing artists a supportive platform through which to showcase their CVs. 

For further information contact Ashley McLellan the Inuit Artist Database Program Coordinator at amclellan@inuitartfoundation.org or 647-498-7717
Or
Ryan Rice, Delaney Chair, Indigenous Visual Culture – rrice@ocadu.ca

Venue & Address: 
Onsite Gallery (199 Richmond St. W., Ground Floor)
Website: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/359534564503071/
Email: 
onsite@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 x456
Cost: 
Free
Inuit Artist Edit-a-Thon
Keywords: 

Tree temporality: multi-species research on time, territory and public art practice

Saturday, November 25, 2017 - 1:00pm to 5:00pm

Tree Temporality: multi-species research on time, territory and public art practice

Presented by Onsite Gallery

Curated by Ala Roushan and Maiko Tanaka
In collaboration with Patricio Davila, Ali Qadeer and Shaheer Tarar

With support from Public Visualization Lab

Featuring performances and talks by Tsēma Igharas, Natasha Myers with Ayelen Liberona and Zoe Todd; with contributions from Natalie Jeremijenko and FRAUD (Fran Gallardo & Audrey Samson)

View one aspect of the Tree Temporality project, its digital platform, here.

 

Public event:

Saturday, November 25, 2017
1 to 5 p.m.

OCAD University’s Great Hall
100 McCaul St., Second Floor

 

Tree Temporality is a speculative project exploring more-than-human considerations of public art in our natural and urban environments, practicing methodologies that unlearn colonial, academic and scientific approaches to research. Through the tree and other intelligent entities, we hope to acknowledge existing sentient relations and agencies, from soil and skin, to technology and synthetic-life, to animals and organisms, to law and territory. 

The project has been initiated through a series of internal gatherings led by a group of artists that presented their perspective on this topic and its critical role in their practice, addressing the research questions: If we reflect on the tree’s relation to time and territory, might it perform as precedent in how we regard resilience, permanence, ephemerality, legality and land within public art practice? How does thinking through time of a tree address other temporalities that may exist?

The content and connections that emerged from these sessions have shaped the performative public event through which recommendations for a more-than-human public art practice will unfold.

Collectively we will continue to reflect on the boundaries between the artificial and the organic implied by shifts in technology, impacting connectivity, perception and more-than-human interactions.

 

Join us for our public event on Saturday, November 25th from 1 to 5 p.m, to experience and participate in the following happenings:

  • Generative projection, animating multi-species characters through live-sensors
  • Live publishing of recommendations, producing responsive prints 
  • Performative artist contributions by Tsēma Igharas, Natasha Myers and Zoe Todd (between 1 and 4 p.m.)
  • Panel discussion with the artists and curators (4 p.m.)

Order of presentations:

  • Zoe Todd
  • Natasha Myers
  • FRAUD (Fran Gallardo & Audrey Samson)
  • Tsēma Igharas
  • Panel Discussion

 

Audiences are welcome to come and go as they please during the public event.

 

Onsite Gallery gratefully acknowledges the Ontario Arts Council for their support through the Culturally Diverse Curatorial Project program.

 

Image credit: Patricio Davila

Venue & Address: 
OCAD U's Great Hall (100 McCaul St., Second Floor)
Email: 
onsite@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 x456
Cost: 
Free
Tree temporality

Onsite Gallery closed today

Onsite Gallery will be closed today for repairs and is expected to re-open on Saturday, November 4. Please contact Linda Columbus (onsite@ocadu.ca) with any questions.

Ka’nikonhrí:yo Gatherings: Indigenous Tattoo Resurgence Panel

Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 6:00pm

Thursday, November 16, 2017
6 p.m.

Onsite Gallery
199 Richmond St. W. (Ground Floor)

Free

Presented by Native Women in the Arts in partnership with Onsite Gallery at OCAD University

 

On Thursday, November 16, Native Women in the Arts will host the Indigenous Tattoo Resurgence Panel with Holly NordlumMaya Jacobsen, and Jay Soule, moderated by Aylan Couchie.

The talk will focus on revitalization, ancient traditions, design, health & safety, technique, and the importance of preservation. Holly will also be giving us a sneak peek of her up and coming documentary Tupik: Inuit Ink.

The Ka’nikonhrí:yo Gatherings connect cultural leaders to the Indigenous community in Toronto. Leaders discuss identity, wellness, language revitalization, traditional arts, ceremony, and history, as well as issues that face our communities such as climate change and the environment, decolonization, reconciliation, and sovereignty. Through monthly presentations, based on each leader’s own distinct nation and culture, the gatherings strengthen, empower, and support our community. Ka’nikonhrí:yo means to have a good mind in Kanien’kéha (Mohawk).

 

Holly Mitotique Nordlum is an Inupiaq artist, born in Kotzebue, Alaska. Throughout her childhood Holly developed an appreciation for her culture, art, and life in the arctic. A couple of great art teachers throughout high school, (Susan Mason in Kotzebue, and Cindy Yarawamai at Hawaii Preparatory Academy), encouraged and inspired Holly.  Her mother, Lucy, is also an artist and led her by example. Holly attended the University of Alaska, Anchorage and completed a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree in Graphic Design and Photography. While in school she also explored jewelry making, printmaking and sculpture Holly opened Naniq Design soon after graduation in 2004. She works full-time as a graphic designer and artist and Traditional Tattooist. She lives in Anchorage.

Maya Sialuk Jacobsen is Inuk from Qeqertarsuaq, Greenland, currently living in Svendborg, Denmark. Maya Sialuk is a Culture Bearer, researcher and educator, with 16 years of tattoo experience. The first ten years of her career she practiced western tattooing, and the last six she has spent solely committed to Inuit Tattoo Traditions. She is co-owner of two tattoo shops in Oslo, Norway, and has 5 years experience from the Norwegian Tattoo Union, negotiating legislation with the authorities in Norway on health and safety in tattooing. When Maya is not tattooing in her home studio, she is travelling in Inuit countries and teaching traditional tattoo methods to Inuit women, or working with research and culture preservation.

Jay Soule is a Chippewa/Lebanese multimedia artist from the Chippewa of the Thames First Nation in Southern Ontario. Soule creates art under the name CHIPPEWAR; a play on words “Chippewa” and “warrior.” Splitting his time between several styles of artistic work from tattooing, body piercing, painting, sculpting, installation work, music as well as his line of CHIPPEWAR war clothing. From spring to fall can find him on the Pow Wow trail selling his art, clothing and other. He has been working as a professional body piercer for the last 17 years and tattooing for the last 13 year in professional shops in the USA, England, Australia and Canada. In 2005, Jay established his company Armoured Soul Tattoos – Piercing & Art Gallery currently located 721 Queen St. West, Unit B Toronto. The studio’s walls are covered with his painting and carry his clothing line and a huge selection of piercing jewelry. You can visit www.chippewar.com to see his artwork and clothing, go to www.armouredsoultattoos.com to see his Tattoo & Piercing portfolio or book an appointment in this Toronto Studio.

Aylan Couchie is an interdisciplinary Anishinaabe artist and writer hailing from Nipissing (Nbisiing) First Nation in Northern Ontario. Though now based in Toronto, she received her BFA with a major in sculpture from NSCAD University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is currently an MFA Candidate in the Interdisciplinary Art, Media and Design program at OCAD University where she is pursuing her graduate studies with a focus on Indigenous monument and public art. Her work explores ideas of colonialism, land and First Nation realities and histories from her Two­-Spirit, feminist perspective. While serving as director of marketing for The Front Room Gallery, she initiated and lead Barrie’s “Who New?!” Downtown Art Crawls as well as several other events in partnership with local organizations. She’s community­ driven and asserts an Indigenous presence on arts advisory committees and juries. She’s been the recipient of several awards including “Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture” through the International Sculpture Center and the Inaugural Barbara Laronde Award from Native Women in the Arts. Most recently, Aylan won a Premier’s Award through Ontario Colleges which allowed her to create and establish a 5 year scholarship in support of single Indigenous mothers excelling in a post­-secondary program at Georgian College.

Venue & Address: 
Onsite Gallery at OCAD U (199 Richmond St. W.)
Website: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/875940665906340/
Email: 
onsite@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 x456
Cost: 
FREE
Ka’nikonhrí:yo Gatherings: Indigenous Tattoo Resurgence Panel

Mark Igloliorte: Artist Talk

raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000 - 2015)
Saturday, November 4, 2017 - 2:00pm

Saturday, November 4, 2017
2 p.m.

Onsite Gallery
199 Richmond St. W. (Ground Floor)

Free

Mark Igloliorte, an exhibiting artist in Onsite Gallery's exhibition, raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000-2015), will speak about his art practice.

Mark Igloliorte’s practice combines traditional and contemporary concerns. Of Inuit descent on his father’s side, Igloliorte was raised primarily in Goose Bay, Labrador, where he hunted, fished and snowmobiled; a later move to Corner Brook in his adolescence saw him take up skateboarding. All these activities, both their formal qualities and their cultural resonances, inform his work, which comprises painting, drawing, sculpture and video. Igloliorte received his BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and his MFA from Concordia University.

Igloliorte has shown at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, the Quebec Triennial at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, and nationally as part of the touring exhibition “Beat Nation.” In 2012, he was longlisted for the Sobey Art Award. His work has been shown nationally and internationally with work of international contemporary artists: Francis Alys, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, Peter Doig, Peter Fischli and David Weiss. Further, Igloliorte has been profiled in features by Canadian Art Magazine and Inuit Art Quarterly.

 

raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000 - 2015)
Curated by Ryan Rice, Delaney Chair in Indigenous Visual Culture, OCAD U

Barry Ace, Sonny Assu, Carl Beam, Christi Belcourt, Rebecca Belmore, Christian Chapman, Dana Claxton, Ruth Cuthand, Wally Dion, David Garneau, Tanya Harnett, Faye HeavyShield, Greg A. Hill, Mark Igloliorte, Jimmy Iqaluq, Elisapee Ishulutaq, Alex Janvier, Piona Keyuakjuk, Myra Kukiiyaut, Rachelle Lafond, Jim Logan, Kayley Mackay, Qavavau Manumie, Ohotaq Mikkigak, Lisa Myers, Nadia Myre, Marianne Nicolson, Lionel Peyachew, Tim Pitsiulak, Annie Pootoogook, Barry Pottle, Pitaloosie Saila and Tania Willard.

raise a flag presents selected works from a national heritage collection representing First Nations, Inuit and Métis art. Housed in Ottawa, managed by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, the Indigenous Art Collection is one of the most important and comprehensive art collections of contemporary Indigenous art in Canada and beyond. In light of and in tandem with Canada’s 150 commemorations, raise a flag represents alternative discourses and uncovers missing narratives from the framework of a national identity. The works in raise a flag focus on recent acquisitions, obtained from 2000 to 2015, which chronicle recent significant national narratives reflecting upon Canadian heritage, diversity and collective memory.

Onsite Gallery
Onsite Gallery, located at 199 Richmond St. W., is the flagship professional gallery of OCAD U and an experimental curatorial platform for art, design and new media. On view at the gallery are two inaugural exhibitions in our new expanded space: raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000-2015)and For This Land: Inside Elemental.

 

Image credit: Mark Igloliorte, Untitled, 2008 oil on canvas 91.5 x 396 cm. Collection of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada.

Venue & Address: 
Onsite Gallery (199 Richmond St. W.)
Email: 
onsite@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 x265
Cost: 
Free
Mark Igloliorte, Untitled, 2008 oil on canvas 91.5 x 396 cm. Collection of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada.

imagineNATIVE Art Crawl Kick-Off

Friday, October 20, 2017 - 5:00pm

imagineNATIVE's Art Crawl Kick-Off

Friday, October 20
5 p.m.

Onsite Gallery (199 Richmond St. W.)
Co-presented with imagineNATIVE Media + Arts Festival

This year's Art Crawl kicks off at Onsite Gallery, with a talk by Jackson 2bears and Janet Rogers of 2Ro Media, the creators of the exhibition For This Land: Inside Elemental. The Art Crawl continues in the historic 401 Richmond building and will end with a special performance off-site at Wallace Studios.

Full event details, schedule and list of galleries here.

 

For This Land: Inside Elemental
Presented with community partner imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival
On view at Onsite Gallery from September 15 to December 10, 2017

For this Land: Inside Elemental is part of a multi-project series by 2Ro Media,  comprised of Jackson 2bears and Janet Rogers—both Kanien’kehaka (Mohawk) artists from Six Nations of the Grand River. The artists, who currently live outside their traditional territory, produce work collaboratively about ‘returning home’, which typically involves creating site-specific narratives using video, sound, poetry, performance and multi-media installation.

With Inside Elemental, the artists engage in a series of conversations with the Kana:ta Village on traditional Haudenosaunee territory in order to create an immersive multimedia installation using sound, video, performance and digital languages. Inside Elemental is an exploration of the internalization of one’s traditional territory, and in general about how external environments are deeply intertwined with identity, self-understanding, and the interiority of personal and collective experience.

Jackson 2bears is a Kanien’kehaka (Mohawk) multimedia installation/performance artist and cultural theorist originally from Six Nations of the Grand River. He is currently based in Lethbridge, Alberta. Since 1999, 2bears has exhibited his work extensively across Canada in public galleries, museums and artist-run centres, as well as internationally, in festivals and in group exhibitions.

Janet Rogers is a Mohawk/Tuscarora writer from Six Nations of the Grand River. She was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and has lived in Stoney Creek, Hamilton and Toronto, Ontario. She has been living as a guest on the traditional lands of the Coast Salish people in Victoria, British Columbia, since 1994. Janet works in the genres of poetry, spoken word performance poetry, video poetry and recorded poetry with music. Janet is also a radio broadcaster, a documentary producer, and a media and sound artist.

imagineNATIVE Media + Arts Festival
imagineNATIVE is the international centre for Indigenous-made media arts. Through year-round presentation, promotion and professional development activities, it is committed to a greater understanding by audiences of Indigenous peoples, cultures, and artistic expressions.

Venue & Address: 
Onsite Gallery (199 Richmond St. W.)
Email: 
onsite@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000, Ext. 456
Cost: 
Free
Janet Rogers performance at Onsite Gallery, September 16 2017

Grand Opening of the new Onsite Gallery

After many months of intensive planning, preparation and construction, OCAD U's new flagship public gallery, Onsite Gallery is opening at 199 Richmond St. W. The Gallery will be a showcase for national and international contemporary art, design and new media and a welcoming social space for diverse communities.

Lisa Myers: Artist Talk

raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000 - 2015)
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 7:00pm

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
7 p.m.

Onsite Gallery
199 Richmond St. W. (Ground Floor)

Free

Lisa Myers, an exhibiting artist in Onsite Gallery's exhibition, raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000-2015), will speak about her art practice.

Lisa Myers is an independent curator, artist and educator. Her recent work involves printmaking, stop-motion animation and performance. She has a Master of Fine Arts in Criticism and Curatorial practice from OCAD University. Since 2010 Myers has worked with anthocyanin pigment from blueberries in printmaking, and animation. Her participatory performances involve social gatherings where sharing berries and other food help reflect on place and displacement, and processes of straining and absorbing. She has exhibited her work in solo and group exhibitions in venues including Urban Shaman (Winnipeg), Art Gallery of Peterborough and the Art Gallery of Ontario. Her writing has been published in exhibition publications in addition to the journal Senses and Society, C Magazine and FUSE Magazine. She is currently an Assistant Lecturer in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University. Myers is a member of Beausoleil First Nation and she is based in Port Severn and Toronto, Ontario.

 

raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000 - 2015)
Curated by Ryan Rice, Delaney Chair in Indigenous Visual Culture, OCAD U

Barry Ace, Sonny Assu, Carl Beam, Christi Belcourt, Rebecca Belmore, Christian Chapman, Dana Claxton, Ruth Cuthand, Wally Dion, David Garneau, Tanya Harnett, Faye HeavyShield, Greg A. Hill, Mark Igloliorte, Jimmy Iqaluq, Elisapee Ishulutaq, Alex Janvier, Piona Keyuakjuk, Myra Kukiiyaut, Rachelle Lafond, Jim Logan, Kayley Mackay, Qavavau Manumie, Ohotaq Mikkigak, Lisa Myers, Nadia Myre, Marianne Nicolson, Lionel Peyachew, Tim Pitsiulak, Annie Pootoogook, Barry Pottle, Pitaloosie Saila and Tania Willard.

raise a flag presents selected works from a national heritage collection representing First Nations, Inuit and Métis art. Housed in Ottawa, managed by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, the Indigenous Art Collection is one of the most important and comprehensive art collections of contemporary Indigenous art in Canada and beyond. In light of and in tandem with Canada’s 150 commemorations, raise a flag represents alternative discourses and uncovers missing narratives from the framework of a national identity. The works in raise a flag focus on recent acquisitions, obtained from 2000 to 2015, which chronicle recent significant national narratives reflecting upon Canadian heritage, diversity and collective memory.

 

Onsite Gallery
Onsite Gallery, located at 199 Richmond St. W., is the flagship professional gallery of OCAD U and an experimental curatorial platform for art, design and new media. On view at the gallery are two inaugural exhibitions in our new expanded space: raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000-2015) and For This Land: Inside Elemental.

 

Image credit: Lisa Myers, Blueprint, 2012. Serigraph on paper, 55.9 x 76.2 cm. Collection of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada.

Venue & Address: 
Onsite Gallery (199 Richmond St. W.)
Website: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/117536528914584
Email: 
onsite@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 x265
Cost: 
Free
Lisa Myers, Blueprint, 2012. Serigraph on paper, 55.9 x 76.2 cm. Collection of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

Stories from the Vault: 7th Annual Indigenous Visual Culture Symposium

Sunday, September 17, 2017 - 2:00pm

Stories from the Vault: 7th Annual Indigenous Visual Culture Symposium
Sunday, September 17
2 to 5:30 p.m.

Free
Light refreshments available

Panelists: Barry Ace, David General, Rick Hill, Tom Hill, Barry Pottle, Ryan Rice
Moderated by: Linda Grussani
Welcome by: Elder Garry Sault, Mississaugas of New Credit

In conjunction with the exhibition, raise a flag: work from the Indigenous Art Collection (2000-2015), Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University and Onsite Gallery co-present the symposium, Stories From The Vault. The symposium will include a panel of former managers and curators of the Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada’s National Indigenous Art Collection who will speak of their experience in developing the collection, identify and speak of their favorite works and share unique stories to shed light on the national collection’s 50 year history.

Image: views of the Indigenous Art Centre's vault.
 

raise a flag is produced with the support of the Collection of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, courtesy of the Indigenous Art Centre/Collection des Affaires autochtones et du Nord Canada, courtoisie du Centre d'art autochtone; Our Children's Medicine program and HigherMe; the Canada Council for the Arts; the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council; the Indigenous Visual Culture Program at OCAD University; and, the Delaney Family Foundation.

Venue & Address: 
Onsite Gallery, 199 Richmond St. W. (Ground Floor)
Email: 
onsite@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416-977-6000 x456
Cost: 
Free
Views of the Indigenous Art Centre's vault

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