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In the far north, almost 2,091 km from Ottawa, lies the Inuit village, Cape Dorset. This village identifies itself as the first Canadian Arctic community to produce authentic Inuit art drawings and prints. The co-operative that resides there plays a big role in Canada’s identity dilemma. The artists who produced in this space helped defineContinue reading “Annie Pootoogook – Redefining the Image of the North”
At this point, we have all heard the age-old cliché: “History is written by the victors.” Many credit this saying to Winston Churchill. However, its origins are unknown. Instead, some attribute the statement to Churchill’s counterpart, Hermann Göring, a WWII German political and military leader, and convicted war criminal. He said, “We will go downContinue reading “History is written by the victors. But what happens when everyone has a “pen”?”
“It’s all a bunch of hocus pocus!” – Max, Hocus Pocus In honour of the arrival of the spookiest day of the year, I decided to explore the history of Halloween. Upon my inspection, it is clear, the holiday is not only a deeply historical event, but it has changed drastically over the years. FromContinue reading “This is Halloween: The Art of Selling October 31st”
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