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Amanda Strong and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

In Conversation

Amanda Strong, award-winning Michif filmmaker, and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, renowned Nishnaabeg scholar and author, in conversation. Simpson and Strong are two of the most compelling voices in storytelling today, determined to make space for Indigenous knowledge and resistance.

This talk took place on January 26, 2019, and coincided with an exhibition of Amanda Strong’s work, Biidaaban (The Dawn Comes) and How To Steal A Canoe, both of which were adapted from Leanne’s writing.

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Virtual Backgrounds by Artists

Amalie Atkins

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Virtual Backgrounds by Artists

Walter Scott

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Virtual Backgrounds by Artists

Bridget Moser

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Bridget Moser

My Crops Are Dying But My Body Persists

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Design Talk

Jan Wilker

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Maria Hassabi STAGING (2017)

undressed

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Rebecca Belmore

Wave Sound

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Oliver Husain

Artist's Talk

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Jimmie Durham Lecture Series - Gerald McMaster

Jimmie Durham At The Center of the World

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Jimmie Durham Lecture Series: Richard William Hill

The Malice and Benevolence of Inanimate Objects: Jimmie Durham’s Anti-Architecture Works

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Jimmie Durham Lecture Series - Anne Ellegood

Jimmie Durham Post American

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Frances Morris, Director Tate Modern

2018 Mendel International Lecture

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Paul Chan

Artist's Talk

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Kara Uzelman

To Fall In Hell Or Soar Angelic

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Ryan Gander

Picasso Portrayal Of Self

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Tanya Lukin Linklater

the the

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Gerald McMaster

Indigenous Views of the Other

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Thomas Hirschhorn

Artist's Talk

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