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  • PUBLISHED on May 08, 2018

Only Dog Can Judge Me Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter + Walter Scott AKA artist-run + Untitled Art Society Platforms Project Athens School of Fine Arts Pireos, Ag. Ioannis Rentis 182 33, Athens, Greece May 17 – 20, 2018 Dogs are man’s best friend but Man doesn’t exist (at least not anymore, but probably never) so let’s […]

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  • PUBLISHED on April 18, 2018

­Summer Launch: Locals Only Jordan Schwab and Kevin Wesaquate May 5 to 23, 2018 Saturday, May 5 events Workshop: Kevin Wesaquate, and Alex Allery, 12 to 2pm Opening & BBQ: Mobile Art & Food Carts and Misaskwatomina project, 4 to 7pm Food blessing, and greetings from Mayor Charlie Clark, 5pm   Join AKA as we begin […]

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  • PUBLISHED on March 20, 2018

Bambitchell, Silent Citizen, 2014. Installation View from Articule, MontrĂ©al (photo credit: Guy L’Heureux). Silent Citizen A participatory installation b­y Bambitchell March 16 to April 21, 2018 Opening: Friday, March 16 8pm In 2012, as a part of the Conservative government’s aggressive limits on immigration, a mandatory English, or French language test became a crucial step […]

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  • PUBLISHED on January 11, 2018

She is Spitting a Mouthful of Stars (nikâwi’s song) Billboard project with Gregory Scofield January/ February 2018 She is Spitting a Mouthful of Stars was written by award-winning MĂ©tis poet Gregory Scofield, whose aunt was murdered in 1998. The poem will be featured on AKA’s billboard space as the final project in a series of the […]

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  • PUBLISHED on January 05, 2018

  The Length of Grief: The daughters of MĂ©tis Mothers Amy Malbeuf January 19 to February 23, 2018 Opening: Friday, January 19, 8pm   Inspired by two MĂ©tis women’s intuitive responses to grief The Length of Grief: The daughters of MĂ©tis Mothers explores loss. Through the exhibition, the artist accesses personal, familial, ancestral, and collective […]

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