In this workshop, we will be using art making as a way of exploring our personal and collective stories and truths. Join us for this opportunity to take time to reconnect with ourselves in a creative and supportive environment.
*No experience in art making necessary*
Please register to secure your spot!
Haudenosaunee (Oneida) artist, Aura, is currently based in Tkaronto. She graduated from the University of Lethbridge with a BFA (Studio Art) and is a DTATI Candidate. Through her art practice, Aura uses mixed media, beadwork, street art, art as healing workshops, and digital Illustration to discuss intergenerational healing, identity, empowerment, and mothering. She looks to community to collectively explore personal storytelling and truth-sharing.
Pacha Indigenous Art Collection is an indigenous family owned business based in Toronto. It's name comes from the Kichwa language, meaning "earth". We strive to create an indigenous world, in which we connect our traditions from North (Turtle Island) and South America (Abya Yala), fulfilling the prophecy of the condor meeting the eagle. Pacha collaborates with indigenous artists across the city and the country, supporting different creative forms. We aim to showcase the best of indigenous arts and crafts through events and workshops at our storefront location. Join us in our journey!