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Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University says
Terra Incognita
July 6th- August 27th 2017

Artscape’s Daniels Spectrum,
2nd floor gallery
585 Dundas St. East, Suite 260

Opening reception: July 6th, 6-10 pm.

The Indigenous Student Association at OCAD University is proud to present Terra Incognita, an exhibition that questions established narratives surrounding Canadian nationalism in light of #Canada150. Terra Incognita features work from a diverse group of emerging artists identifying as Indigenous, People of Color and Settler-Ally working towards establishing a full, respectful and self-conscious future for Indigenous peoples.
All 19 artists hail from all across Turtle Island, working in equally diverse mediums including painting, sculpture and new media.

Artists: Alexia Bread Anderson, Amanda Robertson-Hebert, Bernard Leroux, Connor Pion, Fallon Simard, Gabor Bata, Kaiatanoron Dumoulin Bush, Karalyn Reuben, Katsitsanoron Katty Dumoulin Bush, Kaya Dacosta, Lacie Kanerahtahsóhon Burning, Laura St. Amant, Mariah Meawasige, Megan Feheley, Michael Crawford, Oliver Roberts, Simon Shim, Seo Eun Kim, and Ted Hoffie

Terra Incognita is supported by Artscape Daniel’s Spectrum, Indigenous Visual Culture and the Indigenous Student Association at OCAD University, and a generous donation from Lindy Green.

For further information, please contact Megan Feheley at m.feheley@gmail.com
Image: Connor Pion, t/s/he/y are Goose Hunting, 2016.
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By: Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University

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