First Nations

Photographed pre-pandemic, Lizzie Snow and Roy Henry Vickers unite creative minds to produce a truly unique work of art. (Paul Levy Photo and Casandra Katter photo)

Roy Henry Vickers and Lizzie Snow release second collaborative artwork

“What an honour to be able to hear his stories about First Nations culture, symbolism and rituals.”

 

Tla-o-qui-aht carver Hjalmer Wenstob has enjoyed spending more time with his wife Annika, daughter Huumiis and son Cinkwa during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo courtesy of Hjalmer Wenstob)

COVID-19: Tla-o-qui-aht artist finds ‘wonderful moments’ in isolation

Hjalmer Wenstob can’t remember the last time he’s felt so connected to his family or his art.

 

Tommy Little Spruce with his son Leland before their entrance. (Jean-Francois d’Albret and Cristina de Veer submission)

Yellow Wolf Powwow draws dancers from across Canada

Saanichton event a celebration of Indigenous culture

 

Chase Bartleman, a tiny tot dancer for the Tsartlip Nation, dances during the Yellow Wolf Powwow in Central Saanich. (Black Press Media File)

Yellow Wolf Inter-tribal Powwow returns to Saanich Peninsula

Tsawout community hosting 25th anniversary celebration of dance and culture Aug. 2 to 4

Chase Bartleman, a tiny tot dancer for the Tsartlip Nation, dances during the Yellow Wolf Powwow in Central Saanich. (Black Press Media File)