Concrete Indians is gonna do it up in Toronto this week during the Creator Within Festival presented by ANDPVA. 12 large black & white portraits will be presented featuring: Jennifer Podemski, Darrell Dennis, Michaela Washburn, Waawaate Fobister, Lisa Charleyboy, Anthony Henhawk and Jessica Yee! I will be there, of course, to talk about the series, what it’s about and how much support it’s been getting… it’s been amazing how many people have taken to this series; folks from across Canada and the U.S. Here are the details Duration: Nov. 18 – 22, 2009 Opening Reception: Wednesday, Nov. 18, 7 – 8pm Wychwood Barns Gallery 601 Christie Street (corner of Benson & Wychwood) View Map RSVP √ A few of the Concrete Indians will be in attendance to talk about their portrait! I hope those in the GTA will come out and see the show and say HI! Baamaaminawaa,
RWS was pleased to cover the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival for a second time! Nadya was there last year and captured a full 5-day schedule, and this year was much the same, but considering it was the festival’s 10th Anniversary, an extra boost of excitement permeated the various workshops, screenings and evening concerts. The week started on Tuesday with a Pre-Festival Party for Digging Roots in celebration of their new CD ‘We Are’. Wednesday afternoon was the official start with the Welcoming Reception at the Native Canadian Centre, followed by the Opening Night Screening at the Bloor Cinema. Wednesday was a wrap w/ the Opening Night Party at The Century Room. With the festival in full swing, Nadya began Thursday’s coverage with the Harold Greenberg Screenwriting Workshop facilitated by Karen Walton; next was a celebration of Cape Dorset art with a screening of “James Houston: The Most Interesting Group of People You’ll Ever Meet” by John Houston; Nadya dashed back to the Al Green Theatre for screenings of Tshitashun (Number). Love on the Street, and Jackpot. The evening concluded with a special mixed media & live performance improvised collaboration with Tanya Tagaq and DJ Bear Witness during the […]
After 2 weeks of straight coding, reviewing images and rebuilding the portfolio… I’m honoured to finally present the new Red Works website! Visitors to the old site will notice that much of the style has remained the same re: colours & branding, but some key features have been added: The entire site has been transferred to WordPress; Two portfolios (BW/ Tints + Colour) highlighting 5 albums each; One new photo “Series” section, currently featuring “Concrete Indians” portraits; Updated “Rates & Services” page w/ redesigned Rate Card (pdfs); Redesigned watermark/ logo stamp; Integrated Calendar; and New Links page; The portfolio galleries feature hundreds of images of landscape, still-life, event coverage, Native musicians, actors/ actresses, role models (379 images total, in 11 different galleries/ ‘digital portfolio books’). There are still a few minor tweaks, but for the most part the site is complete! Be sure to come back often as RWS celebrates the beauty of our First Nations people. In unity & light, Related Post – Aug. 24th Website Re-launch!
Pictured: Jennifer Podemski (JPod), Doug Bedard (Plex) and Eric Hill — f/ Aboriginal Voices Radio (AVR) and The Plex Show Welcome to the new Red Works Studio website. RWS is currently being revamped; I’ve decided to do upgrades to the website live, as it happens, so please bear with me as the site undergoes a much needed overhaul… (content, aesthetics, interactivity + functionality). Check back to see the progress over the next week, or if you’d rather see the whole shebang when it’s all done, consider signing up for updates via the RWS mailing list. You will be notified of the launch once the upgrade is complete. In unity & light, (Note: Visual graphics & images you see during the upgrade may or many not have been created by me. They serve as generic content/ placeholders until the RWS brand and portfolio images are plugged.)