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UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

January: Ecole Middle School

February: Artist Call Out Exhibit

March: Wayne Letkeman (Acrylic Painting)


April: Highschools

 

May: Pride Showcase

 

June: Desiree Penner (water colour painting)
 

July: Sylke Van Niekerki (Acrylic/ watercolour paitnings)
 

August: Sylke Van Niekerki
 

September: Hugh Gilchrist (Mixed media/ paintings)
 

October: CRJAE (Central Regional Jurried Art Exhibit)
 

November/December: Fiber art Divas (fibre Art)

PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS

Ovide Mercredi

Medium: Acrylic Paintings

Ovide Mercredi is a Cree, born in the northern community of Grand Rapids, Manitoba in 1946.
He served his community as Chief of Misipawistik Cree Nation from 2005 to 2011 and acted as a
councillor for three years after his terms as Chief.
A graduate of the University of Manitoba’s Robson Hall Faculty of Law in 1977, he practiced
criminal law and later specialized in constitutional law as an advisor to Manitoba Chiefs. Ovide
Mercredi became a national and international leader in advocating for Indigenous peoples’ rights.
In 1989, Ovide was elected Regional Chief of the Assembly of First Nations for Manitoba as
well as appointed a member of the Manitoba Human Rights Commission. He became a key
strategist for the Assembly during the time of the Meech Lake Accord constitutional reform
discussions. Ovide has always advocated for non-violent methods to resolve conflict and he had
an active role in negotiations in Oka, Gustafson Lake, Iperrwash and Burnt Church.
On June 12, 1991, Ovide was elected National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, a role
which he held for two terms from 1991 to 1997, where he represented a diverse group of people
who embraced differing traditions and at times, represented conflicting interests. During his first
term, he led the negotiations for the First Nations in the Charlottetown Accord. In his efforts to
find consensus for policies and to foster unity, he spent much of his time traveling across Canada
to meet people and to learn firsthand of their difficulties.
He became the first chancellor of Manitoba's University College of the North in 2007. He was
selected in a traditional manner to be the National Spokesperson for Treaties 1 to 11 which he
led from 2006 to 2014. For his work as an advocate of non-violent methods for change, he has
been nominated by the Government of India for the Gandhi Peace Prize. He served on the board
of the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
Among his many honours and awards are; the Order of Manitoba in 2005 and honorary degrees
from Bishop’s University, St. Mary’s University, Lethbridge University, Athabasca University,
the Law Society of Ontario and the University of Manitoba.
Ovide is the author of My Silent Drum a book of poetry and enjoys golfing.
Currently, Ovide is advocating to help to transform health services and policy for those living in
the 49 communities of Nishnawbe Aski Nation in Northern Ontario.

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My Medicine by Lita Fontaine & Framing Residential School Narratives Through Landscapes of Resiliency by Vanda Fleury-Green

Medium: Mixed Media & Photography

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TFAM: "ICE"

Textile and Fibre Artists of Manitoba

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Cathie Ugrin discusses the Textile and Fibre Artists of Manitoba's (TFAM) exhibition "ICE", currently on display now at Pembina Hills Arts Centre.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7F8YC3vb-Zs

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Jan Jenkins: Into the Wind

Medium: linocut, collage, oil pastel, monoprint, pen & ink, watercolor, fabric, & words

Into the Wind is a series of artworks and poem that are based on the artists reoccurring dream. In the dream Jan rises from the ground and flies over land toward distant horizons. The dream is powerful and represents freedom from fears and anxiety, courage to experience unexplored new horizons, remaining calm and confident while faced with the unknown and hopeful of new beginnings. The “In The Wind” poem and art series explores my initial pen and ink zenwork “In The Wind”.

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Check out the interview between our Programs & Outreach Coordinator and artist Jan Jenkins! 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaNrmqI8PLo 

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Illumination: Word Enfleshed

Collaborative Visual Arts & Text

Illumination: Word Enfleshed will take place August 2021. This
project is an innovative partnership between the PHAC and writer Peter Cantelon.

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Central Regional Jurried Art Exhibit

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Callen Froese

Medium: Illustration (pencil and ink), Collage, Natural Dyed Paper

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Jen Martens

Interdisciplinary Artist

I have always had a passion for creating art. Even as a child, my favourite art subjects have always been animals and people.  It wasn’t until university that I developed an interest in sculpture making. And although my art is primarily paintings and drawings, I welcome any change to try my hand at sculpture. I don’t have a lot of experience with many different types of materials, but I love getting creative with simple or even unconventional materials.

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