This documentary film tells the story behind the artwork. Exploring how the project began and featuring the stories…
This documentary film tells the story behind the artwork. Exploring how the project began and featuring the stories of many of the participants involved in creating this lasting testimony of culture, art and diversity, A Place for All highlights the beauty within our shared humanity.
This DVD celebrates the life and work of Arnold Jacobs, a well known artist from Six Nations of the Grand River. This particular celebration was in conjunction with an exhibit here at Woodland Cultural Centre in 2008. Arnold Jacobs is Onondaga, Turtle Clan of the Haudenosaunee. In the mid-1980s, Arnold began to reflect on the lack of traditional culture, artwork or stories present at his school and within his community. As a way of addressing this gap, he decided to devote his career to honouring and transmitting his people’s beliefs, spirituality and teachings through the arts. Arnold was recently the More Info »
This catalogue celebrates the works of James Beaver, featured as an exhibit here at Woodland Cultural Centre in 2015. James Beaver is an artist from the late 19th - early 20th century, who is perhaps best known for his paintings of private homes and businesses, but was also known for his truly magnificant natural landscapes and as a wood carver. Beaver's work is unique in that he is celebrated as the first Haudenosaunee from Six Nations (of the Cayuga nation specifically) to utilize the European style of painting. Featured in this catalogue are some of Woodland's permanent collection of James More Info »