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Healing and Transforming in a Contemporary World”

Sat. November 3rd 2007 - Sun. November 4th 2007
“Healing and Transforming in a Contemporary World”
Friday October 26th - Saturday November 3rd
Show in conjunction with the Contemporary First Nations Underground Art Crawl
(more info on the discussion board)

Healing and Transforming in a Contemporary World:
Aboriginal Underground Art Crawl
Saturday Nov 3rd, 2007 - 7PM onwards

Confirmed Artists:

Cheryl Henhawke
Charlene George
Courtenay Louie
Cara-Lyn Morgan
Peter Morin
Brenda Christine St. Pierre
Jason Hunt
James Swan
Jillan Valpy
Sherry Williams

The Crawl:

The Ministry of Casual Living – 1442 Haultain, show runs Fri Nov 2nd-9th, soft opening Nov 2 7pm

The Fifty Fifty Arts Collective – 2516 Douglas show runs Oct 26th to Nov 4th, soft opening Oct 26 7pm

Open Space – 510 Fort-unveiling Nov 3rd for the crawl, woven room installation in process from Oct. 26th to opening night.


Starting at the Ministry, moving to Fifty Fifty, final stop at Open Space with a wrap-up party at the home of Brenda Christine St. Pierre on the night of SATURDAY NOV 3rd, 2007. Shows run at the participating galleries on the dates stated above, all three galleries will be hosting open houses for the crawl on Saturday Nov 3rd.

This downtown art crawl will be feature local contemporary, emerging Aboriginal artists representing a diversity of cultural groups, ideas and mediums. Honoring and celebrating the foundations of their starting points, these artists are actively engaging and renovating the past with their own visual language. Exploring ideas about healing and transformation, they embrace the fluidity, flux and hybridization of contemporary life.