Very Happy News! I am deeply honoured to have been invited to join the Toronto Arts Council Board as the Chair of the Indigenous Arts Committee. I am tremendously excited about this new position and anticipate working with determination and delight, in helping to support the TAC and our beautiful Indigenous artists in the City […]
Containers of languages and culture and other questions are deeply embedded and encoded in these broken sherds. Do the sherds speak the same language as the clan women who made them? Yes. Does the sherd remember the pot? Yes.
Honoured to be AKIN Collective’s premiere Indigenous Elder Artist in Residence. “AKIN is thrilled to welcome Wyandot multimedia artist and Tradition Keeper Catherine Tammaro (Taǫmęˀšreˀ) to our organization as our inaugural Indigenous Elder Artist in Residence – a relationship based on communication, creativity, awareness/visibility and relationship building between creative settler and Indigenous folk. This initiative […]
amęʔyeh: On the Water. Trees Suspension; Digital collage and Embroidered assemblages by Catherine Tammaro A photograph is a record of a moment, moments become transparent in time, held within the natural world. A shift in identity; a realisation of change and the ancient homelands we re-member, re-establish themselves in our hearts and we are able to […]
Read about my visit to the ROM with Wyandot Potter, Richard Zane Smith and Dr. Craig Cipolla, Curator. http://www.rom.on.ca/en/blog/wyandot-approaches-to-archaeological-ceramics