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Aboriginal In Appearance

City: Winnipeg
Producer: Don Monkman
Director: Nicole Magne & Kevin McQuade
Genre: Docuseries

Aboriginal in Appearance delves into the rich tapestry of First Nations culture. Through informative and intriguing profiles, the voices and stories of Manitoba’s First Peoples are amplified through a journey of discovery. From art and traditions to personal narratives, this series invites you to embrace the beauty and resilience of Indigenous communities.

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Episode 1 - Decolonizing Art Spaces: Canada through the lens of Indigenous voices

Jamie Isaac, a member of the Sagkeeng First Nation and a “trail blazing” curator, takes center stage as she shares her passion for promoting Indigenous voices within art institutions.

Episode 2 - Rooster-Town Kettle: Unveiling a Metis Legacy

Join Ian August, a passionate Metis artist, as he commemorates the Metis settlement of Winnipeg’s Rooster Town through his monumental artwork and witness the resilience of the community and their struggle for recognition.

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