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by Harrison Julia D.,National Gallery Of Canada,Glenbow Museum

eBook The Spirit Sings. Artistic Traditions of Canada's First Peoples. A Catalogue of the Exhibition download ISBN: 0771033575
Author: Harrison Julia D.,National Gallery Of Canada,Glenbow Museum
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart; First Edition edition (September 1, 1987)
Language: English
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A Catalogue of the Exhibition. Harrison, Julia D. Published by Toronto McClelland and Stewart, Glenbow Museum 1987 (1987)

Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Glenbow Museum, Jan. 15-May 1, 1988, and at the Lorne Building, Ottawa July 1-Nov. Partially funded by the Ontario Arts Council. Theexhibition and this catalogue record of it are the first serious survey of culturally signigicant Canadian artifacts held by public and private collections around the world'. 156 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm. Book is bright, clean and unmarked, still quite fresh. A Catalogue of the Exhibition. Published by Toronto McClelland and Stewart, Glenbow Museum 1987 (1987). ISBN 10: 0771033575 ISBN 13: 9780771033575.

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The Spirit Sings: Artistic Traditions of Canada's First Peoples. A 1988 Indigenous art exhibit showcased in the Glenbow museum. The exhibit faced protests and injunctions from Indigenous peoples over the improper showing of sacred artifacts, and protests by the Lubicon Cree Nation whose fight for control over their land was being undermined both by the Alberta and Canadian governments, as well as Shell Oil, the corporation who largely sponsored the exhibit.

Glenbow Library collection; Glenbow Museum collection). The word docent has its root in Latin, docere, meaning to teach.

National Gallery of Canada. Permanent exhibition, Oawa. Christina Williamson. Caribou : The Inuit Parka as an Artistic Tradition, in The Spirit Sings : Artistic Traditions of Canada’s First. As part of the Canada 150 celebra-. tions taking place across the country, several national museums in Oawa. Peoples, exh. ca. Glenbow Museum (Toronto : McClelland & Stewart

The spirit sings: artistic traditions of Canada's first peoples: a catalogue of the exhibition. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1987. See especially "No little variety of ornament: Northern Athapaskan artistic traditions", by Judy Thompson (p. 133-168).

The spirit sings: artistic traditions of Canada's first peoples: a catalogue of the exhibition. Sturtevant, William . ed. Handbook of North American Indians.

Canada Limited as its sole corporate sponsor. In a mass mailing sent to the Lubicon's supporters, the band's advisor, Fred Lennarson wrote, "The irony seems painfully obvious. In noting that "or the most part, the issue has been couched in the terms of academic freedom and scholarly objectivity versus the politicization of culture originally put forth by Glenbow personnel and their defenders"(.

Aboriginal plant use in Canada’s northwest boreal forest. UBC Press, Vancouver and Toronto. In The spirit sings: artistic traditions of Canada’s first peoples. McClelland and Stewart, Toronto; Glenbow Museum, Calgary. Notes on the indians of the Great Slave Lake area. Yale University Publicationsin Anthropology No. 34. Yale University Press, New Haven and Oxford University Press, London. The ladies, the Gwich’in, and the Rat: travels on the Athabasca, Mackenzie, Rat, Porcupine, and Yukon Rivers in 1926.

Courtesy Glenbow Museum. In conjunction with the last days of the second presentation of ‘The Spirit Sings’, from 1 July–6 November 1988 at the Canadian Museum of Civilization5 in Gatineau, Quebec (across the river from Ottawa), the Assembly of First Nations and the Canadian Museums Association jointly organised a conference to debate the full range of concerns voiced by the Lubicon Cree.