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Pleasing the Spirits

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Article by Theodore Brasser

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 COAT MADE OF CARIBOU SKIN, length 52 inches, sewn with sinew thread, and decorated with paintings in red, black, and yellow. Chemical...
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Maple Modern: Next Generation Canadiana

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Article by Peter Fleming

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 REFRESHING NEW GENERATION of Canadian designer/makers has found equal inspiration in global design movements and locally sourced materials. This exciting collision blurs...
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Foil Art Imagery in Quebec

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Article by Gloria Lesser

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HESE CATHOLIC IMAGES from the 1940s or 1950s can be situated as “tinsel art” or “foil art” within the broad rubric of folk...
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Containment and Enclosure

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Article by Alexandra McCurdy

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Y WORK has long been inspired by the patterns and motifs drawn from the intricate quill work of indigenous Mi’kmaq and women’s textiles such...
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