Resilience

50 contemporary artworks by Indigenous women artists exhibited on billboards from coast to coast

Curated by Lee-Ann Martin.

Produced by MAWA.

Resilience, The National Billboard Exhibition Project

Resilience is a creative response to Call to Action #79 of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report: integration of "Indigenous history, heritage values, and memory practices into Canada’s national heritage and history."

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The Resilient Body, an essay by curator Lee-Ann Martin

"The artists in Resilience resist and oppose ongoing injustices against Indigenous individuals and nation... these Indigenous women stand as Defenders of their cultural sovereignty and Protectors of the land."

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View the artists and their works

Browse all 50 First Nations, Inuit and Métis women artists and view their works which are included in Resilience.

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Resilience takes place June 1, 2018 to August 1, 2018 on 81 billboards from coast to coast.

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