CV

The Ephemerals CV

2010 Founded

 Group Exhibition/ Residencies/ Screening History/Conference/Community

January 2019 “Indigenous Birthing Screening” panel, Mitchell Art Gallery at MacEwan University, curated by Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective, Edmonton, AB

January 2019 “Mothering Spaces” exhibition, symposium and “So Bey II” performance, Mitchell Art Gallery at MacEwan University, curated by Becca Taylor, Edmonton, AB [publication; online catalog]

September 2018 “The Ephemerals: Outpost” solo exhibition and talk, Urban Shaman Gallery, curated by The Ephemerals, Winnipeg, MB

May 2018 The Collective: Indigenous Womxn lead collectives and initiatives”, panellist, níchiwamiskwém | nimidet | my sister | ma soeur, McCord Museum, Montréal, QC

September 2017 “Entering the Landscape”, exhibition and panel, Plug In ICA, curated by Jenifer Papararo and Sarah Nesbitt, Winnipeg, MB [publication; catalog]

November 2017 “Isolated Landscapes,” exhibition and “So Bey,” performance, Video Pool Media Arts Center and MAWA, curated by Kathy Rae Huffman, Winnipeg, MB [publication; catalog]

February 2017 “Moving Images,” exhibition and “Unravelling the braids of Colonialism,” panel talk, Gallery 1C03, University of Winnipeg, curated by Jennifer Gibson and Alison Gillmor, Winnipeg, MB

December 2016 “There is More Than One Way: An overview of collective art making practices in Winnipeg, 1968 - NOW,” exhibition, part of “The Winnipeg Effect: Should I Stay or Should I Go?” CCCA Symposium, Special Collections Art Gallery, University of Manitoba School of Art, curated by Kegan McFadden, Winnipeg, MB

December 2016 “Trio,” Lithograph edition, organized by Parameter Press

September 2014 “Re-Trending 2014,” exhibition, First Nations University of Canada Art Gallery, Regina, Sk

August 2014 MoCNA Social Engagement Residency Program, IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Sante Fe, NM

July 2014 Plug In ICA Summer Institute, Plug In ICA, Winnipeg, MB

April 26, 2014 “Indigenizing the Campus Through Art: Past and Future Perspectives,” panel talk / performance, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB

June, 2013 “Indigenous and Urban,” exhibition, Museum of Civilization, curated by Lee Ann Martin, Gatineau, QC

September 2011 “Trending,” The Ephemerals Collective inter-disciplinary exhibition, Gallery 1C03 and Anthropology Ethnographic Collection, University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, MB

2011 “Indian Maiden,” The Ephemerals Collective experimental film, several International film festival circuit screenings across Canada and internationally.

Selected Press

April 19, 2019 CBC News, “Winnipeg artists' collective nominated for $100,000 national prize” by Caitlyn Gowriluk

April 2, 2019 MacEwan University, “Making space for everyone” by MacEwan News

October 1, 2018 Winnipeg Free Press, “An artistic reckoning with identity,” by Alison Gillmor

September 17, 2018 Winnipeg Free Press, “Ephemerals look to make their mark,” by Danielle De Silva

December 29, 2016 Winnipeg Free Press, “Secrets, Skating and Sharing,” by Steven Leyden Cochrane

October 21, 2011      CBC News: Arts and Entertainment, “Imaginative short films: Ever loud, ever proud,” by Tyler Hagan

October 13, 2011      Uptown: Art Burn, “At the intersection of couture and culture: Trending asks tough questions about fashion and cultural appropriation,” by Sandee Moore

September 29, 2011      The Uniter, “Art Collective looks at culture and trends with multimedia art project,” by Timothy Dyck

Grants and Awards

2019 2019 Sobey Art Award, Prairie and the North, Longlist Nominee, Canada

2017 2017 Sobey Art Award, Prairie and the North, Longlist Nominee, Canada

2013 Manitoba Arts Council Aboriginal Creative Development Grant

2010 UNESCO Promotion of Culture Fund