The bi-annual Collective Creation Project brings together Indigenous women and mother artists (emerging and established) to collaboratively create a new body of works within a pre-determined theme. The group of artists are encouraged to explore new techniques, mediums and concepts. We work with partnering galleries and presenters to exhibit the final body of works.
A call for artists is released bi-annually. Artists are selected based on their application and portfolio, regardless of professional artistic level.
The theme for the 2015/2016 Collective Creation Project was Cultural Appropriation, which became the collaborative exhibition called Indian Giver: Truth Telling and Narratives of Representation. This exhibit is going on a national and international tour since its Toronto premier in June 2016. To book and exhibit Indian Giver, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Self-identified Indigenous woman artist;
- We encourage young Indigenous mothers (16-35) to apply;
- Any professional artistic level (aspiring, emerging, mid career, established) working in fashion, wearable art or textiles/materials.