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article imageThe Works explores Aboriginal themes Special

By Paula Kirman     Jun 23, 2014 in Entertainment
Edmonton - The Works Art and Design Festival, an annual event in Edmonton, explores some Aboriginal themes in this year's festival.
A major feature of the festival is the big tent located in Churchill Square. "Reconciliation" is a multi-media presentation focussing on the aftermath of the Indian Residential School system. Artists Ken Armstrong, Dawn Marie Marchand, and Lee Deranger present words, images, and interactive elements that are disturbing, haunting, and thought-provoking.
The display is very timely, with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission cross-Canada events recently concluding in Edmonton.
The Works takes place in and around Churchill Square until July 1.
Images from The Works Art and Design Festival in Edmonton.
Images from The Works Art and Design Festival in Edmonton.
Images from The Works Art and Design Festival in Edmonton.
Images from The Works Art and Design Festival in Edmonton.
Images from The Works Art and Design Festival in Edmonton.
Images from The Works Art and Design Festival in Edmonton.
Images from The Works Art and Design Festival in Edmonton.
Images from The Works Art and Design Festival in Edmonton.
Images from The Works Art and Design Festival in Edmonton.
Images from The Works Art and Design Festival in Edmonton.
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