The Bridge

‘Qey Fredericton, I am immensely proud to be a participating artist in this Canada 150 project with Solo Chicken Productions, Lisa Anne Ross Samaqani Cocahq, Ryan Griffith and many others. My project seeks to honour the tremendous life’s work of our Wolastoqey Senator Sandra Lovelace Nicholas. Woliwon! Hope to see you at The Bridge inContinue reading “The Bridge”

New year, same me. “Kept Going”

Happy New Year! My family and I enjoyed a nice holiday of turkey, wine, sugar, gifts, friends and the typical chaos. It my sincere hope that you got break as well (you can see just how played-out I became in the selfie of the girls laughing… with me napping on the couch in the background!). I loveContinue reading “New year, same me. “Kept Going””

Just your average holiday ‘bricoleur’

So as the holidays approach I am (probably like many of you..) ‘running behind’. My dissertation proposal was to be finished six weeks ago, and my Christmas shopping is not anywhere near finished… Any yet, the important things remain in good order: we are healthy, happy (most days!), and together. So, tomorrow night our littleContinue reading “Just your average holiday ‘bricoleur’”

UNCEEDED TERRITORIES: Museum of Anthropology

The rain in Vancouver last week was fitting for the closing day of Laurence Paul Yuxwelupton’s exhibition UNCEEDED TERRITORIES at the University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology. UNCEEDED TERRITORIES The following is directly form the MOA website: Vancouver artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, of Coast Salish and Okanagan descent, is showcased in this provocative exhibitionContinue reading “UNCEEDED TERRITORIES: Museum of Anthropology”

‘Charades’ in Catalana!

Oh my, I’ve had such a fantastic day today! Most of these photos are pretty self explanatory; we are to the point now of installing the street ‘ceiling’ of sorts on Berga Street for Festa Gracia (I am still keeping the theme a secret remember, so you can guess but.. I’m sure not going toContinue reading “‘Charades’ in Catalana!”

La Festa Gracia (preparing out on the street now, it’s getting so close!)

I am so grateful to Mireia at JIWAR for introducing me to the wonderful community of residents in and around Berga. The sum total of my Spanish language capabilities is “Gracia” (thank you), “Sin bolsa” (‘no bag’ from trips to the grocery store..), “Vale, vale” (‘ok, ok’ you hear this a lot when people are carryingContinue reading “La Festa Gracia (preparing out on the street now, it’s getting so close!)”