Ursula jhonson

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Ursula Johnson recalls what she wrote in her essay when she applied to get into NSCAD: “I am not an aboriginal artist. I am an artist who happens to be aboriginal. Contemporary Baskets, Manitoulin Island, Aboriginal Artists, Gallery Website, Environmental Art, Art Festival, Ursula, Basket Weaving, Art Gallery

"I am an aboriginal artist"

Ursula Johnson discovered her voice, an aboriginal voice, while studying at NSCAD.

Clinging to a Rock Hurtling Through Space, Sasha Petrenko link to video L'nuwelti'k, Ursula A Johnson Ursula A. Johnson Onus a. Big Basket, Willow Weaving, Caligraphy, Ursula, Geometry, Baskets, Dance, Contemporary, Board

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Clinging to a Rock Hurtling Through Space, Sasha Petrenko link to video L'nuwelti'k, Ursula A Johnson Ursula A. Johnson Onus a...

Migration with O'pltek Form, by Ursula Johnson Cape Breton, Wood Stone, Ursula, Hair Accessories, Clay, Pottery, Artists, Clays, Ceramica

Nuji’tlateket (One Who Does It): An Interview with Ursula Johnson – M.E. Luka

Migration with O'pltek Form, 2010-12, by Ursula Johnson

Artist Ursula Johnson asked people, in her exhibition Mi’kwite’tmn, to draw a picture of what they think a basket is and turned the drawings into functionless, ‘mutant’ baskets with fictional histories in her O’pltek series. Fishing Creel has the fictional function of holding parents’ purses while they shop for farmed fish. (RYAN TAPLIN / Staff) Ursula, Pictures To Draw, Bucket Bag, Straw Bag, Baskets, Parents, Weaving, Fishing, Purses

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Ursula Johnson, winner of the 2017 Sobey Art Award. Willow Weaving, Basket Weaving, Traditional Baskets, Arts Award, Indigenous Art, Canadian Artists, Ursula, First Nations, Vintage Postcards

The 2017 Sobey Art Award: The New Masters | CBC Radio

Ursula Johnson, winner of the 2017 Sobey Art Award.

Aeije'jk, Opltek Form, woven piece by Mi'kmaq artist Ursula Johnson. Johnson works with craft, performance and installation to articulate the effects of colonialism on aboriginal material and language. Johnson Johnson, Visual And Performing Arts, Prince Edward Island, Ursula, Art Gallery, Language, Artists, Crafts, Art Museum

Ursula Johnson: Mi'kwite'tmn (Do You Remember) - Confederation Centre of the Arts - Art Gallery - PEI

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