Kinwi Dabaadjmowin, 2015 (1) - Philip Cote, Rebecca Baird, Tracey AnthonyThree mural panels currently on loan from the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation and part of the Gathering Place exhibit at Ontario's Legislative Building are part of a visual depiction of the Mississaugas of the New Credit.
Kinwi Dabaadjmowin, 2015 (2) - Philip Cote, Rebecca Baird, Tracey AnthonySecond of three panels from a mural depicting the history of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation.
Kinwi Dabaadjmowin, 2015 (3) - Philip Cote, Rebecca Baird, Tracey AnthonyThird of three panels from a mural depicting the history of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation.
Seven Sacred Teachings, 2015 - Kelly Duquette, Métis, AtikokanKelly Duquette's Seven Sacred Teachings series explores the Indigenous knowledge that has been lost over time. In each of the paintings there is an animal hidden in negative space, representing a teaching that has been lost.
Eagle Watching Over Tree of Peace, 1975 - Arnold Jacobs, Onondaga, Six Nations of the Grand RiverThe painting Eagle Watching Over the Tree of Peace depicts a scene from the Great Peace formed by the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Seneca and Cayuga nations.
Self Portrait, c. 1978 - Norval Morrisseau, Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek (Sand Point First Nation)Morrisseau's Self Portrait displays his characteristic use of bold colours and thick contour lines.
Objects from Marten Falls First NationMukluks, moccasins, mittens, tamarac birds and canoe paddles are objects that are part of the Gathering Place exhibit, on loan from Marten Falls First Nation.
Jakabaysh and the Big Fish, 1976 - Martin Panamick, M'Chigeeng First Nation, Manitoulin IslandMartin Panamick (1954-1977) was an important member of the Manitoulin School of Art.
Tobacco Ceremony, c. 1975 - Blake Debassige, M'Chigeeng First Nation, Manitoulin IslandTobacco ceremonies are conducted by many First nations cultures.
Inuit Prints, 2015 - Created by students at the Ottawa Inuit Children's CentreThe presence of printmaking in Inuit communities dates to 1957, with the most well-known prints created by the Cape Dorset Studio.
Nanuq, 2014 - Created by students at the Ottawa Inuit Children's CentreNanuq - the polar bear - is a tremendously respected animal to the Inuit people. Out of all the arctic animals, the polar bear's hunting habits most closely resemble those of humans.
Untitled - James Simon, Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve, Manitoulin IslandJames Simon finds inspiration for his paintings by immersing himself in the spiritual energy of the land, water and sky.
Grass Dance Regalia - Whitefish River First NationThis garment was worn by a Giigidoh-NiNii, a member of the Anishnabek Nation from Manitoulin Island.
Map of Dreams, 2015 - Kristy Cameron, Métis, AtikokanMap of Dreams was inspired by a song by Rodney Brown written in memory of Canada's great geographer, David Thompson (1770-1857).
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