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Memory Keepers I, II, and III

Memory Keepers I, II, and III

GLAM Collective et al.


Mi'kma'ki | Tiohtià:ke

Exhibition and residency series

Memory Keepers is a series of residencies with resulting creative outputs presented at various night art festivals and galleries. The series brings together emerging Indigenous artists and late career Indigenous artists in short term research-creation residencies, in which studio practise is centred in new media, digital media, installation, and intergenerational connection as a means to explore storytelling, memory keeping, and Indigenous resurgence across Turtle Island. Mentorship and intergenerationality are key components of this series.

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