aTwelve Petalled Clan and Phratry Pattern – Original concept Richard Zane Smith; Digital rendering Tammaro ©RZS 2021
International Women’s Day Book Launch. To register for this event please click on the link to the KCK Public Library! Dr. Labelle and members of the Advisory Council will be present. “Join us for a Zoom presentation by Dr. Kathryn Labelle, Associate Professor of Aboriginal History at the University of Saskatchewan, on her new book Daughters […]
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.
amęʔyeh: On the Water. Trees Suspensions; Digital Collages on Lucite with Embroidered Art in 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 […]
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