Visiting Artist Speaker Series
Amy Malbeuf is an emerging Métis visual artist from Rich Lake, Alberta, Canada. Through her interdisciplinary practice that moves between traditional caribou hair tufting, beadwork, installation, and performance, Malbeuf explores identity, place, language, and ecology. With a background in contemporary performance art as well as Inidgenous art practices, her fluid practice coveys narratives surrounding Indigeniety, place, tradition, myth, and consumerism. Having shown extensively throughout Canada, she is currently based in Kelowna, BC, and is receiving an MFA from University of British Columbia Okanagan.
ANIMAL HAIR TUFTING WORKSHOP
January 24, 2017, 12:30PM Indigenous Peoples' Centre, Brandon University
Workshop is free and genenrously sponsored by the Margaret Laurence Endowment Fund through Gender and Women Studies, Brandon University.