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Meet the artists and curators from the groundbreaking Indigenous art show Insurgence/Resurgence

The exhibit is reclaiming space for a community often shut out of the art world.

Over the past month, CBC Arts and CBC Indigenous have collaborated to bring you stories — and even a special episode of CBC Arts: Exhibitionists — from Insurgence/Resurgence, a groundbreaking exhibit featuring the work of 29 Indigenous artists, on now at the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

CBC Arts’s Amanda Parris sat down with the curators of the exhibit, Jaimie Isaac and Julie Nagam, to talk about how Indigenous art has traditionally been represented in galleries and museums, and what makes Insurgence/Resurgence different.

Read the full CBC interview


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