When We Are One
Masks, Regalia and Art of ‘Ksan juxtaposed with photos of Tsimphsian village life in Hartley Bay
Presented as part of The International Festival of Animated Objects, January 19 - 28, 2007
+15 Window Project Space
December 2006 - January 2007
An Exhibition of the Masks, Regalia, and Art of ‘Ksan juxtaposed with photos of Tsimphsian village life in Hartley Bay.
Three figures pose questions of faith, spirituality and daily lise in reference to Contact. Photos by Sean Dennie, masks and regalia courtesy of ‘Ksan Performing Arts. www.ksan.org
‘Ksan Performing Arts is a Gitxsan mask dance troupe from Hazelton BC. ‘Ksan performed their traditional mask dance “Breath of Our Grandfathers” in “Our Traditions” presented by Enbridge on January 25 at 7:30 pm, Jack Singer Concert Hall. Sean Dennie is a freelance photographer based in Calgary.
Presented as part of The International Festival of Animated Objects January 19-28, 2007.
The International Festival of Animated Objects gratefully acknowledges the support of Enbridge Canadian Heritage, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Community Initiatives Program, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Calgary Arts Development Authority and Wandering Spring.
Presented in association with: Stride Gallery, The New Gallery and TRUCK Gallery