Quebec First Nations Communities on the Web
Eagle Village - Kipawa (Algonquin):
Kanyen'Kehaka (Mohawk)/French-Canadian multidisciplinary artist working with installations, performance and digital imaging.
Dene Suline and Saulteaux artist based in Cold Lake Alberta. One of the most significant pioneering aboriginal artists in Canada, Janvier recently received three lifetime achievement awards.
Lusieno performance artist based in San Diego California.
Cree singer-songwriter, artist and social activist. Her most recent artwork deals with large-scale photo-based computer art.
Mi'Kmaq Nation Artist based in Nova Scotia. His paintings and prints incorporate contemporary themes with traditional petroglyph symbols.
Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie
Seminole/Muscogee/Diné photography and video artist. Tsinhnahjinnie states that her emphasis is art for indigenous communities.
Arts Community Sites:
*Cyberpowwow: "An aboriginally determined territory in cyberspace." Online Gallery, Library of Articles, Chat space.
*Aboriginal Curatorial Collective: Extensive Bibliographic Reference Database on Aboriginal Art, Archived Articles by Members, Curatorial Profiles, On-Line Exhibitions (currently Rosalie Favell), Archived Exhibitions.
*Isuma: Independent Inuit Film Site.
*Sâkêwêwak Artists Collective Inc.: Regina-based multi-disciplinary arts organization for contemporary aboriginal art.
*Takwakin: Saskatchewan-based Performance Workshop for music, theatre, art and dance. www.takwakin.com
*Urban Shaman Gallery (Winnipeg MB): contemporary aboriginal art.
CyberTribe: Online Gallery that features international aboriginal art.
*Reservation X - The Power of Place: www.nmai.si.edu/exhibitions/reservation_x/indexfl.htm
Traveling exhibition organized by the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Curated by Gerald McMaster and Arthur Remwick. Seven Contemporary Native artists were invited to examine ideas of community and identity.
*Beauty Surrounds Us: www.nmai.si.edu/exhibitions/beauty_surrounds_us/flash8.html
Extensive exhibition created by the National Museum of the American Indian that focuses on traditional arts. Organized into ten themed platforms with activities for each platform.
*Conundrum: Online Journal of Contemporary Aboriginal Arts & Aesthetics.
*Redwire Magazine: A quarterly magazine distributed nationally in Canada and published by Redwire Native Youth Media Society. First ever Native youth-run magazine in Canada. Site has online archives and CDs that accompany each hard copy are available online in the media section.
*Native Peoples Arts & Lifeways Magazine: Based in Phoenix Arizona with the Heard Museum. Non-Academic journal focusing on arts and culture of Native Peoples in the Americas.
*Red Ink: Native American student publication based at the University of Arizona. Back issues are available online.
Assembly of First Nations:
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada:
Métis National Council:
Native Women's Association of Canada:
National Association of Friendships Centres:
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network: