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Indigenous Art Gone Street

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Lorna Brinston

on 31 January 2014

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Indigenous Art Gone Street
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
Mission Statement
The Artists
Jordan Bennett:
http://www.jordanbennett.ca/2011-pressure-flips

Sonny Assu:
http://sonnyassu.com/images/ipotlatch-5000-ancestors-in-your-pocket

Bunky Echo Hawk:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.287838087915255.74815.180456158653449&type=3
http://www.bunkyechohawk.com/index.php/about

$$ To The Covent Gardens $$
Artist/Assistance: 0$

Venue: 0$ - non profit organization (SPA)

Money earned at the event will go towards the gallery to be held in Edmonton at the Bearclaw Gallary after the first show.

Advertising: All invitation and advertising will be done with social media to continue with the popular culture theme.



Agenda
Arrive in London: June 18th, 2014
Set up: June 20th, 2014
Grand Opening: 10:00am June 21st, 2014 - National Aboriginal day in Canada.
Till: 10pm June 21st, 2014.
Events: Artist will work in a street art setting
Painting, skateboarding ,art sales
Edmonton: Photos, video and art and artists will be showcased from July 1-7th, 2014
July 1st: Grand opening - Artists talk about experience.



Goal
Bring new forms or traditional artwork and sharing with a wide variety of audience over the world and bringing it back to Edmonton to share even further.

Aiming to show that indigenous art doesn't have to be traditional it can be modern in popular culture to speak to our youth today.
This is being done in a way that is assessable to everyone.
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