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Meet artist Ruth Cuthand

Posted in Arts & Culture, Aboriginal
Jun 13, 2018 to Sep 26, 2018

Ruth Cuthand

Ruth Cuthand: Artist-in-residence
Wednesdays, 1–4 pm
Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

Renowned Plains Cree artist and College of Arts and Science alumna Ruth Cuthand (BFA’83, MFA’92) will be in studio at the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre every Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. until the end of September.

Everyone is welcome to drop by the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre to talk with Cuthand about her art and to learn and work alongside her.

Cuthand's art addresses themes of colonialism, the history of abuse in residential schools and Indigenous representation in mainstream media and in Canadian politics. She is also working at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, a partner with the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre and the U of S galleries in the residency.

 

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