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Exploring The Treaty Relationship As A Liminal Space Of Creation

Michelle Sylliboy (L’nu), Leigh Gillam (settler), Jessica Mensch (settler), and Antoinette Karuna's (Tamil Sri Lankan/French Canadian settler) collaborative project interprets the Treaty Relationship as a liminal space of creation. Using the L’nuk komqwejwi’kasikl language, they created a hieroglyphic poem, which they then animated into a short film.

This project was made possible through support from RBC and the CLARI Action Research Fund.

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Thursday, October 14th
2:00 PM until 9:00 PM
Add to Calendar 10/14/2021 2:00 PM 10/14/2021 9:00 PM America/Halifax Exploring The Treaty Relationship As A Liminal Space Of Creation

Michelle Sylliboy (L’nu), Leigh Gillam (settler), Jessica Mensch (settler), and Antoinette Karuna's (Tamil Sri Lankan/French Canadian settler) collaborative project interprets the Treaty Relationship as a liminal space of creation. Using the L’nuk komqwejwi’kasikl language, they created a hieroglyphic poem, which they then animated into a short film.

This project was made possible through support from RBC and the CLARI Action Research Fund.

1723 Hollis St
Friday, October 15th
10:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Add to Calendar 10/15/2021 10:00 AM 10/15/2021 5:00 PM America/Halifax Exploring The Treaty Relationship As A Liminal Space Of Creation

Michelle Sylliboy (L’nu), Leigh Gillam (settler), Jessica Mensch (settler), and Antoinette Karuna's (Tamil Sri Lankan/French Canadian settler) collaborative project interprets the Treaty Relationship as a liminal space of creation. Using the L’nuk komqwejwi’kasikl language, they created a hieroglyphic poem, which they then animated into a short film.

This project was made possible through support from RBC and the CLARI Action Research Fund.

1723 Hollis St
Saturday, October 16th
10:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Add to Calendar 10/16/2021 10:00 AM 10/16/2021 5:00 PM America/Halifax Exploring The Treaty Relationship As A Liminal Space Of Creation

Michelle Sylliboy (L’nu), Leigh Gillam (settler), Jessica Mensch (settler), and Antoinette Karuna's (Tamil Sri Lankan/French Canadian settler) collaborative project interprets the Treaty Relationship as a liminal space of creation. Using the L’nuk komqwejwi’kasikl language, they created a hieroglyphic poem, which they then animated into a short film.

This project was made possible through support from RBC and the CLARI Action Research Fund.

1723 Hollis St
Family Friendly Illuminated Digital Art Storytelling

Location

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia - Windsor Foundation Lecture Theatre

1723 Hollis St

Wheelchair accessible