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Songide'ewin: Aboriginal Narratives

Songide’ewin: Aboriginal Narratives emerged out of a collective interest to create arts-based civic dialogue across Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities about historical and contemporary issues that impact Aboriginal education today. The art exhibit is a collaboration between Elder Rene Meshake, Ojibwe artist, storyteller, and musician, Dr. Kristiina Montero Faculty of Education assistant professor, WLU teacher education candidates, and students from the Native Arts and Culture program at Sir John A. MacDonald Secondary School (Hamilton, Ontario). Through visual and literary art, individuals explored Aboriginal teachings and worldviews through symbols, stories, colours, and cadence. The products reflect the artists’ true, uncensored selves—their deepest spirits and souls. Over 30 paintings and poems will be on display. Come join the conversation at The Homer Watson House and Gallery.


Songide'ewin: Aboriginal Narratives

November 24—December 22, 2012

                              Opening Reception: December 1, 6:00 pm—8:00 pm

Artist Talk Event: December 15, 1:00 pm—3:00 pm

The Homer Watson House and Gallery

1754 Old Mill Road, Kitchener, ON N2P 1H7