Kama? Aboriginal Arts Collective
S?at qw(l)p Kama? Creative Aboriginal Arts Collective
Creative Aboriginal Arts Collective Society
The name “ Kama? Creative in short form” is derived from the Okanagan word S?at qw(l)p kama? (Pine Needle) It is used by the artist members to symbolically represent the traditional landscape where the artists reside.
The Collective is comprised of Okanagan Nation established and emerging artists who have come together to support aboriginal interdisciplinary and multimedia arts development, promotion, education/community involvement and production. Artists in this exhibition include Barbara Marchand, Mariel Belanger, Dean Louis, and Sheldon Louis.
PUTI KwALA Okanagan
WE ARE STILL HERE
Reflections on Culture and Identity
This newly formed arts collective in this exhibition brings together four artists from the Okanagan Indian Band (Suknaqinx). Their works of art are a collection of contemporary visual…
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