- June 5, 2008 to June 14, 2008
nine performances by nine local artists over nine days. -June 5 2008 - Paul Wong - Mainstreet -June 6 2008 - Skeena Reece - Nurse Shaman -June 7 2008 - Bobbi Kozinuk - Fitting in -June 8 2008 - Archer Pechawis - Shoot the Indian June 10 2008 - Marlene Madison - Close to Me June 11 2008 - Margaret Dragu - LADY JUSTICE GOES BUZZ-BUZZ June 12 2008- Cheryl LHirondelle - ekaya -pahkaci (don't freeze up) June 13 2008 - Norma - Warm up Act June 14 2008 - Rebecca Belmore - Victorious
By Archer Pechawis, Cheryl L'hirondelle, Margaret Dragu, Marlene Madison, Norma, Paul Wong, Rebecca Belmore, Robert Kozinuk, Skeena Reece
- Curated by Glenn Alteen
artist | 9 ProgramsArtists Archer Pechawis
Technical Director: Archer Pechawis Archer Pechawis is a media-integrated performing artist, new media artist, writer, curator and teacher. He has created web sites for Mohawk performance poet Janet Marie Rogers, grunt gallery’s brunt magazine and First Vision: Aboriginal Creators Project, The Medicine Project and Beat Nation, and has recently completed a CDROM document of Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun’s “Shooting the Indian Act” performance. In 2004 he created a three-projector video design for Full Circle’s performance “The River-Home” in collaboration with Christoph Runne. Archer also works as a freelance IT and computer tech for various Vancouver arts organizations. Archer Pechawis is the founder and Chief Web Developer for All Nations Media, an Aboriginally owned and operated web design studio with offices in Toronto and Vancouver. He has been working in the digital arena since the mid-nineties, and is dedicated to creating beautiful, usable websites. Archer’s practice has helped keep him on the cutting edge of creativity and innovation in web development, but he has always placed solid design and coding over gimmicks and fads. In addition to his practice, Archer works with Native youth, teaching digital media. Of Cree and European ancestry, he is a member of Mistawasis First Nation, Saskatchewan.
- September 10, 1992 to September 20, 1992
The First Nations Performance Series was the third annual performance series organized by the grunt gallery. The program featured one evening of cabaret and ten evenings of solo performance, running from September 10th to 20th, 1992. This series featured First Nations artists and was a significant presentation of the diversity and scope of contemporary Native expression in performance.
By Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew, Aiyanna Maracle, Annie Frazier, Archer Pechawis, Dana Claxton, Jimmy Sidlar, Lee Maracle, Margo Kane, Marie Humber, Michael Lawrenchuk, Michelle Thrush, Sam Bob, W. Allen Deleary, Zachary Longboy
- Curated by Aiyanna Maracle, Glenn Alteen
- April 23, 1996
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By Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew, Archer Pechawis, Bradlee LaRocque, Edward Poitras, Greg A. Hill, Jason E. Lewis, Joseph Tekaroniake Lazare, Lori Blondeau, Melanie Printup Hope, Michelle Nahanee, Rosalie Favell, Ryan Johnston, Ryan Rice, Sheila Urbanoski, Sheryl Kootenyahoo, Travis Neel, Trevor Van Weeren
- April 21, 2012 to April 28, 2012
Ghostkeeper is the first major look back at the extraordinary art practice of Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew (1958-2006). Ahasiw was among the first aboriginal artists in Canada to work in performance, and the internet. Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew's work as a curator, producer, and writer laid important groundwork for Aboriginal artists in these fields. He is an important voice in the development of these media within the aboriginal communities and beyond.
By Adrian A. Stimson, Ahasiw Maskegon-Iskwew, Archer Pechawis, Cheryl L'hirondelle, Elwood Jimmy, Sheila Urbanoski
- Curated by Glenn Alteen, Malcolm Levy