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Art + Law Indigenous Artist-in-Residence Barry Ace

November 12, 2018 @ 12:00 pm

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Art + Law Indigenous Artist-in-Residence Barry Ace

Art + Law Indigenous Artist in Residence Program announces its first Artist-in-Residence, Barry Ace from Ottawa. This program supports contemporary Indigenous art and its practices as an integral educational opportunity for both students and community. This initiative was developed in partnership with Arts Council Windsor & Region, the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and School of Creative Arts.

Barry Ace will have access to the newly built, centrally located School of Creative Arts and its wide range of facilities. His project will engage 94 participants in the collaborative making of a Truth and Reconciliation – Calls to Action contemporary wampum belt. The public is invited to the artist talk, exhibition and to participate in this project. The exhibition will be presented to an international audience during the World Indigenous Law Conference organized by Windsor Law in partnership with Sunchild Law.

Ace is a band member of M’Chigeeng First Nation (Manitoulin Island). Ace draws inspiration from multiple facets of traditional Anishinaabeg (Odawa) culture gathered from historical sources, traditional knowledge, found objects and cultural research.

Barry states, “I am very honoured to be the first Indigenous artist in the Art + Law Indigenous Artist in Residence Program, a collaborative initiative between the Arts Council Windsor & Region and the School of Creative Arts, University of Windsor. In the true spirit of collaboration, and in tandem with the World Indigenous Law Conference 2018, I am looking forward to working with the students to create a new work of art that will address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action #83, calling for Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists undertake collaborative projects and produce works that contribute to the reconciliation process.”

Artist Talk with Barry Ace
Performance Hall Room 132

Cost: free

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November 12, 2018
12:00 pm
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Arts Council Windsor & Region


School of Creative Arts University of Windsor
1942 Wyandotte st. E
Windsor, Ontario N8Y 1E4 Canada
(519) 252-2787

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