Truth and Reconciliation Project

An Algonquin Indigenous Art Exhibit

The exhibition intends to unite Indigenous Nations & Canadians in contemplating our shared histories. The hope is that by examining our present situation & the potential of our futures, we can develop the resolve & understanding to move forward together.

The Project is curated by Robin Tinney & Rocky Lawrence Green, both seasoned artists & Members of Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin First Nation.

Goals for the Project include:

  • building connections among all Algonquin People
  • promoting the Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin First Nation Community
  • promoting Algonquin artists from Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin First Nation
  • promoting artists from other Algonquin Communities
  • promoting the Art Gallery of Bancroft
  • engaging with the non-Indigenous Bancroft community on the meaning of Truth and Reconciliation
  • demonstrating the potential of Algonquin inter-community projects
  • exploring the possibility of a traveling exhibit to raise broader awareness of Algonquin People

For detailed information visit the official Project website, Truth and Reconciliation Project – Algonquin Indigenous Art Exhibit.

To explore a showcase of Algonquin Indigenous Artists from Ontario & connect with other artists & their communities, visit the Algonquin Artists website.