Congratulations on your first music video @alenamurang_art! ❤️🌟 It's so beautiful! Keep inspire us! 😘
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"Re Lekuah" by @alenamurang_art, learnt from Tepu' Doo' Ayu.
Directed by Ashley Duong.
Music produced by Pepper Jam Productions.
Featuring dancer Raziman Sarbini. 'I'm so excited to share the first music video in the Kelabit language on International Mother Language Day (21 February). The Kelabit come from the interior highlands in Borneo, and are a population of about 5,000.' With much gratitude to everyone involved
(Credits at the end of the video). Kinuan pupuh tauh Kelabit — nuk ngilad, kinih, mey ngan anak tauh nuk riak neh.
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In the lead up to the Benjamin Chee Chee: Life and Legacy exhibition, every Tuesday, we have been sharing a series of posts including sneak peeks of artworks that will be part of the exhibition, photos of Benjamin, as well as contributions of those who knew him. To honour Benjamin Chee Chee's Ojibwe culture, each Tuesday's post has been aligned with one of the Seven Grandfather Teachings.
For the last Tuesday of the series, we are sharing this photograph of Benjamin that was printed as part of a newspaper article in Tawow, a quarterly publication produced by what is now Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada.
The final of the Seven Grandfather teachings to be covered is wisdom. There have been many who have played a significant role in the progression of this project and it is this collective wisdom that have brought what started as an idea into fruition. We at TAG will need to continue to seek the wisdom of others to ensure we are moving forward in a good way as the exhibition and programming moves forward.
Miigwetch (thank you!) to Ernie Bies, a friend of Benjamin's for providing this image as well as all of the other valued contributions he has made to this project.
One last exciting thought, as this is the last of our seven postings leading up to the exhibition, next Monday (February 26) is the official opening of the exhibition. The Opening Reception will be help on March 4, from 1-4 pm.
Imagine looking with the eye of pure consciousness that resides at the centre of your subtle body, in the Heart Centre. From there, the gaze is rooted in Truth, lovingly benevolent and unattached as it watches life’s flavours - sweet & sour swirl ... simply observing without judgement. #freedom !! ✨💛✨
Before 1492, American Indians covered all the land across the Americas. Specifically in the United States, the Indigenous people from coast to coast are still here. From the north west, to the south west, north east to south east and everywhere in between, we are still here.
Thank you so much!
Inukshuk. This is indigenous land. ▫️Artist Statement: "The welcoming figure was made on the Inuit model for the NWT pavillion designed by Bing Thom and 'shaped like a five-story igloo' at Expo 86. The figure was sited at English Bay after the fair. The stones were brought in from a quarry in the Fraser Valley and then shaped and stacked by crane and pinned together with rebar. Inukshuks in the north are usually much smaller and the rocks are balanced on each other. They act as sign posts or distance markers that can be seen on the flat horizon. Artist [Alvin] Kanak said, 'By a lake an Inukshuk means lots of fish.' The figure is a 'reminder of the ingenuity of my people in addressing transportation and communications challenges prior to the introduction of modern technology.' (sources: M.Farrow, V.Sun, April 24, 1985; V.Province, May 5, 1985)" ▫️Artist statement source: City of Vancouver website
Another shot by Scott Schild of Syracuse.com of my Lady Winter Act last night at @saltcityburlesque #fireandiceball2 @palacesyracuse The act still needs a bit of fine tuning but overall I’m pumped about the response 😄✨💖🌟😚
MEET DOROTHY 💕 // The friendly face behind the artwork. When Dorothy is not painting, she enjoys spending time with her three grown-up children and hunting for Ngarlkirdi (Witchetty Grubs) and Yurrampi (Honey Ants) with her friends.