Indigenous Art 2020

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As a leader in the field of Indigenous artist endeavors and cultural programming, the WCC has been presenting this Annual Indigenous Art exhibit since 1975. It is one of the longest running annual exhibits that provide established and emerging Indigenous artists an excellent opportunity to exhibit and sell their work in a fine art gallery…. Read more »

New Exhibit: From the Hands of our Ancestors – The Art of Corn Husk

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This exhibition is an acknowledgement and honouring of cornhusk, one of the most important and ancient materials used by the Haudenosaunne. Exhibiting artwork made from corn husk as well as sharing the versatility of the corn plant. “Cornhusk protects.  It has protected the integrity of the corn seed on each cob, on every stalk in… Read more »

People of the Dancing Sky – Myron Zabol

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Myron Zabol’s fine art photography focuses on the spirituality of people and places. His photography is breath taking and creates a powerful emotional response to most that witness it. Award-winning Toronto photographer Myron Zabol started a five year project to record, through the lens of a camera, the lives and traditions of the Haudenosaunee People… Read more »

PRESS RELEASE: Woodland Cultural Centre Announces New Curator of the Museum and Art Gallery

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Woodland Cultural Centre has appointed Patricia Deadman as Curator of the Museum and Art Gallery, effective August 12, 2019   Patricia Deadman brings extensive knowledge and experience to Woodland Cultural Centre as a celebrated Artist, Independent Curator, and a Writer. Born in Ohsweken, Ontario her passion for art has played an instrumental role in the… Read more »

Indigenous Art 2019

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Established in 1975, Indigenous Art, formally known as First Nations Art, is one of the longest running annual exhibits that provides a space for established and emerging Indigenous artists to exhibit their work in a gallery setting. This open call and juried show brings together artists from across Turtle Island, showcasing traditionally-based and contemporary art form in all visual art… Read more »

Shelley Niro Battle of my Ancestors has arrived at Woodland Cultural Centre!

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Shelley Niro’s Battle of my Ancestors has arrived at Woodland Cultural Centre!   We are happy to announce the arrival of Shelley Niro’s work Battlefields of my Ancestors that will be installed along the driveway leading up to the Mohawk Institute Residential School until Thanksgiving weekend in October 2017. The arrival of 6 images currently… Read more »