“We Remain Certain”, a Haudenosaunee art exhibit of land rights along the Grand River

‘Bead the Tract’ art exhibts depicts Haudenosaunee land rights struggles along Haldimand Tract. Photo by Lisa Iesse)

By Lisa Iesse Writer HAMILTON – An exhibit, titled “We Remain Certain” brings together artists, activists and academics from across the Haudenosaunee community. “By showing contemporary art, it shows how (Haudenosaunee teachings) are living in all of us. It’s living in the artists. You can see the common themes and the way the different artists incorporate and express our culture. I think it really demonstrates that we’re a living and vibrant people, a vibrant culture where all of this is shared amongst,” Courtney Skye told Turtle Island News at the exhibit’s opening on January 11 at McMaster’s museum of art in Hamilton. Skye is Mohawk Turtle Clan from Six Nations, and is the co-director of Protect the Tract who curated the exhibit. Protect the Tract is a Haudenosaunee-led initiative conducting…

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