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She Holds the Sky at Museum of Fine Arts

When Rhonda Horne was asked for her high school yearbook what she wanted to be when she grew up, she wrote that she wanted...

Thrills and chills ahead of Juno Awards

In just a few short days, winners across the 47 categories at the annual Juno Awards will be announced at the ceremony held at...

Wilson donates original artwork to cultural centre

An oil on wood painting of a ceremonial fish finds its home at the Kanien’kehá:ka Onkwawén:na Raotitióhkwa Language and Cultural Centre.

A story of reinvention

The road to recovery after an accident is often one with many challenges along the way. As Chico Guzmán-Ramírez learned how to walk and read again, he turned to art as a source of motivation.

Skateboarding for culture

The designs of seven artists from five different communities were featured on a limited collection of skateboards as part of an effort to support an annual Block Party and Go Skate day.

Headdress is turning heads at Sundance

Taietsarón:sere “Tai” Leclaire has felt at a loss for words in the face of casual racism. The Kahnawa’kehró:non pieced together dozens upon dozens of real-life...

Midwinter honours renewal

Both Stephen McComber and Ka'nahsohon Kevin Deer have been going to the Longhouse since they were young children. Though they’ve been celebrating the traditions...

A callback for Turtle Island Theatre

Dennen Phillips always loved theatre, but stage fright kept him in the audience for many years. It all changed when he got involved with...

Bringing the Cayuga language to Sundance

Keysa Parker has been learning the Cayuga language for six years and counting. This year, she got to work as a language advisor on...

En route to fashion week

When Karoniénhawe Diabo launched her business, She Holds the Sky Designs, about six years ago, she didn’t think heading to New York Fashion Week...

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