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December 13
6:15pm | Doors open
7pm | Film screening
7:45pm | Panel discussion
8:15pm | Reception
Decolonizing Lens and Gallery 1C03 present ‘Mino Pimatisiwin Wiisiniwin’

⁠Join us on December 13 as we view the film screening of artist Jaimie Isaac’s project, ‘Mino Pimatisiwin Wiisiniwin’! ⁠

Jaimie Isaac is an interdisciplinary artist and curator, a member of Sagkeeng First Nation in Treaty 1 Territory, and is of mixed heritage (Anishinaabe and British descent). In her film project, ‘Mino Pimatisiwin Wiisiniwin’ (Living the Good Life Food), Isaac explores the sharing of knowledge and language with her mother through making food.⁠

Doors open at 6:15pm, followed by the film screening at 7pm in Ilipvik (Learning Steps). Food and beverages will be served in Ilavut (Entry Hall), followed by panel discussion in Ilipvik (Learning Steps) at 7:45pm. ⁠

After the panel discussion, join us for the reception in Ilavut to pick up some information about the film at our publication and coffee/tea station from 8:15-9pm!

Seating is limited. Tickets are FREE.


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WAG-Qaumajuq recognizes that land acknowledgements are part of an ongoing dialogue with Indigenous Nations, and we are grateful to live and work on these lands and waters. Institutionally, WAG-Qaumajuq is committed to acknowledging our colonial history and we are actively working to interrogate the Gallery’s colonial ways of being.

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