June 8, 2017 | TORONTO
Created in partnership with IKEA Canada, the ÅTERSTÄLLA collection is made from salvaged IKEA textiles that would have otherwise become waste. Traditional Indigenous way is that nothing goes to waste. This collection captures that philosophy. The limited edition collection launches at IKEA Etobicoke.
Our programming empowers Indigenous artists through professional and artistic development, exhibition of artworks and strategic economic partnerships, with amplified access for young Indigenous women and mothers.
TS'KWE MAKERS ATELIER
Ts’kwe Makers Atelier is a professional development program, offering hands-on business and technical production skills to support economic development of Indigenous artists, with amplified access for Indigenous women. Participants (Ts’kwe Makers) are selected through a hiring process.
INDIAN GIVER: TRUTH TELLING & NARRATIVES OF REPRESENTATION
INDIAN GIVER is a powerful platform and an exhibition of new works created by Indigenous women that addresses issues of cultural appropriation through fashion, textiles and wearable art with curatorial vision by Erika Iserhoff and Sage Paul, founders and directors of Setsuné.
News & Media
Sometimes the media interviews Setsuné. Here is some of that coverage.