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Primary Colours/ Couleurs primaires: Engaging in Centering IBPOC arts and culture
Rungh is engaged in a journey with PC/Cp to place IBPOC artists and their communities at the centre of Canadian art making.
Vol. 7, No. 4Authorization for the fire: between possession and embodiment
By Helena Martin Franco
Helena Martin Franco reflects on a Primary Colours residency.
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Vol. 7, No. 3Hummingbirds and Sleeping Buffalo
By Charles Campbell
Charles Campbell reflects on a Primary Colours residency.
Vol. 5, No. 2The Great Welcome: A PC/Cp Reflection
By Zab Maboungou
When I received the invitation to participate in the great gathering that was Primary Colours this autumn in the city of Victoria in British Columbia, my feeling was above all that of remembrance.
Vol. 5, No. 2We Continue to Walk: A PC/Cp Reflection
By Samaqani Cocahq
And we continue to walk. Taking time to go to our medicines. To speak to our teachers. We do our ceremonies. And we continue to walk.
Vol. 5, No. 2An Uncertain Latitude: A PC/Cp Reflection
By David Garneau
I wonder about artistic privilege. The advantages, attention, and public money granted to select artists, but especially the social margin, passage, and exception we occasionally enjoy.
Vol. 5, No. 2Deconstructing Comfort: A PC/Cp Review
By Tarah Hogue
The opening reception of Deconstructing Comfort brought together over eighty participants from across Turtle Island, traversing the imposed boundaries of colonial nation states.
Vol. 5, No. 2Centering Indigenous Art Practices: A Conversation with Chris Creighton Kelly and France Trépanier
Chris Creighton Kelly and France Trépanier
Chris Creighton-Kelly and France Trépanier in conversation with Zool Suleman.