12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Free with admission
Add to Calendar2017-08-13 12:00:00 2017-08-13 16:00:00 America/Edmonton BMO All-Day Sundays: Papermaking Workshop Expand your experience of Tamara Lee-Anne Cardinal’s Akhop: A Blanket, as featured in for the time being: 2017 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art. Learn about the sacred medicines and family gifts Cardinal used to hand-make her paper. Guided by Cardinal, create your own paper-based art project. 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2C1 Art Gallery of Alberta info@youraga.ca
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Expand your experience of Tamara Lee-Anne Cardinal’s Akhop: A Blanket, as featured in for the time being: 2017 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art. Learn about the sacred medicines and family gifts Cardinal used to hand-make her paper.

Expand your experience of Tamara Lee-Anne Cardinal’s Akhop: A Blanket, as featured in for the time being: 2017 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art. Learn about the sacred medicines and family gifts Cardinal used to hand-make her paper. Guided by Cardinal, create your own paper-based art project, and consider what feelings, teachings, and meanings you want your work to carry. Bring your own dried plant materials to add to your art.

Image credit:
Artist Tamara Lee-Anne Cardinal with her work "Akohp: A Blanket”, 2016.
hand-made paper, medicines (tobacco, sage, wîhkês, fungus, hair), sinew. Courtesy of the Artist

Bios

Tamara Lee-Anne Cardinal is a multi-media artist, community activist, oskâpêwis, storyteller and life-long learner. Born and raised in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, she now lives in Calgary, Alberta and traces her ancestral roots to Saddle Lake Cree Nation. Since graduating from the Alberta College of Art + Design in 2015, she attended Culture Camp at Blue Quills First Nations University, participated in Emily Carr University of Art + Design’s Urban Access to Aboriginal Art Program, was awarded the BMO 1st Art National Award and has attended the Indigenous Visual + Digital Arts Residency 2016 in Banff, Alberta. Her artwork continues to be a reflection of the teachings she receives along her journey, inviting all people to become a part of the process.

Audience:   Children 6-8, Children 9-12
Tags:   ABBiennial, All