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Nuit Blanche exhibition brings us back to the 60s

This early 1960s photo of Phyllis Snow (standing) and Mary Armstrong will be among the dozen photos a part of an exhibition for Nuit Blanche tomorrow night. (Courtesy Snow Family Collection) Kahnawa'kehró:non are the focus of a new installation that opens tomorrow night for Nuit Blance à Montreal. "Home on Kanien'kehá:ka Territory:

Take me back to that Dirty Old Town, Brendt Thomas Diabo

Country/Rockabilly singer/songwriter Brendt Thomas Diabo went home to find tracks for his new EP, now available to buy. (Courtesy Brendt Thomas Diabo) The lead guitar has the classic scratch and twang of golden age blues masters, the slide guitar smoothly sings along, and Brendt Thomas Diabo’s now familiar melodic voice sings

From the screen to the New York runway, Jacobs walks for fashion designer Patricia Michaels

Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs was among the handful of Onkwehón:we to model Patricia Michaels’ 2018 New York Winter Collection (Courtesy Robert I Mesa) Kahnawake actress Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs made her runway debut last week in front of a packed audience at Madison Square Garden’s theatre. Decked out in a costume for her latest role in

Tobacco, from seed to smoke in 223 pages

The task for Jim Poling was large, but the former Canadian Press writer was up for it, and the result is a fascinating look at the history of one plant that is the source of controversy, tension, politics and a whole lot of money. If someone wanders into Kahnawake with no

Who knew Plattsburgh had an art gallery?

One of the four serigraphs artist Martin Loft will have on exhibition this month at The Strand Center for the Arts in Plattsburgh, New York. (Courtesy Martin Loft) Onkwehón:we artists are at the front and centre of a new exhibition in Plattsburgh, New York. Native American Artists Exhibition opened on Friday at The

Workshop aims to catch dreams across the country

Artist Nick Huard will be taking his skills across the country to teach youth in Canada how to make dreamcatchers. (Jessica Deer, The Eastern Door) With a focus on reconciliation and inclusion, three Kahnawa’kehró:non will be a part of a Canada-wide project exploring young people’s dreams for themselves and the country. Between February

New art work explores identity and technology

“Becoming Skywoman” is one of the handful of machinimagraphs, or production stills, that will be on display as a part of Tomorrow People. (Courtesy Skawennati Fragnito) Kanien’kehá:ka artist Skawennati Fragnito’s new work is front and centre at a solo exhibition that kicks off a year of Indigenous programming at a Montreal artistic centre. The

“Cayman Hustle” has Mohawk flair

Every once in awhile, someone comes along when least expected, and that chance meeting leads you both down an unexpected path, that if you weren’t receptive to at the beginning, you would never know existed at the end. That’s how I met Devi Di Guida, author of the novel The Cayman

The art of burlesque dancing for Standing Rock

Kanien’kehá:ka performer Lou Lou la Duchesse de Rière will hit the stage tonight at the Wiggle Room. (Courtesy Lauren Jiles) Across Canada and the United States, Onkwehón:we have organized events to raise funds and supplies for water protectors in Standing Rock opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). There have been donation collections,