Art for Life’s Sake: Reflecting Upon Indigenous Services’ Stained-Glass Art Making Workshop

On Thursday, November 29, I attended a Stained-Glass Art Making Workshop at the Visual Arts Centre as part of the Indigenous Services’ Indigenous Awareness Week. This workshop involved Indigenous teachers guiding participants through the process of making a small red dress out of stained-glass in remembrance of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG)….

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Indigenous Services Joel Burton (PhD candidate, Dept. of English) and Candace Brunette

January 23rd, 2014: Indigenous Services Joel Burton (PhD candidate, Dept. of English) and Candace Brunette, Coordinator of Indigenous Services, hosted an intimate discussion centering on applying one’s personal gifts to their fullest capacity. The students were asked to identify a personal gift and encouraged to share an experience in which the gift had helped or affected their lives. This…

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