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Honouring the Land

to restore something lost or stolen to its proper owner

September 29, 2018

Upcoming Project Nuit Blanche Saskatoon

Social intervention Collaboration with Priscilla Wolf


Project description and other commentaries.

Nuit Blanche night the project comes alive

September 30, 2018

The night was very cold , the lights were dimmed, thanks to  more than 300 people that came out the project was presented with success. Participation was important for the installation to come alive. The volunteers and collaborators made this evening to move smoothly. Thanks to Priscilla Wolf, Valerie Wolf, Eric Shearer, April Sora, Henry Lau, Kevin Paranica, Angela Daigneult, Ev Seip, Genevieve Russell. Thanks to the Nuit Blanche organizers and curators for the opportunity.  

Decolonizing Saskatoon: Turtle Island Flag Raise

Nuit Blanche promotion submitted. the project is underway

August 30, 2018

Lights and action.  The concepts of land ownership and identity frame this social intervention. Who owns the land? That is the question, with that in mind we are inviting all to participate with elders in a unique ceremony to decolonize Saskatoon (YXE) and restitute the land taken from Indigenous and Metis people. Ceremonial territory tea will be served.

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Submission to Nuit Blanche

April 2, 2018

The project proposal was submitted on time to the Nuit Blanche Organization. More to come, stay tuned.

Submission to Nuit Blanche

July 27, 2018

The project proposal was accepted and we're working to make the project one of meaning to the participants.

This social intervention will turn the Land Title Building, where settlers received their land permits during the European colonization of Saskatoon, into a de-colonized space.

Traditional territorial tea will be served as the participants have an opportunity to get a non colonized land title stewardship commitment and will have an opportunity to talk about earth and land ownership.

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