The Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society explores the historical significance of the events at Blackfoot Crossing in 1877, while investigating the consequences and implications of Treaty 7, 140 years later. The Society invites people of all ages and backgrounds to consider an enlightened, sustainable future for everyone – together.

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@MakingTreaty7 invites people of all ages & backgrounds to consider an enlightened, sustainable future for everyone – together #VitalCityYYC

Learning so much with Ken Cameron and @artsVest #community #fundraising #nonprofit https://t.co/k7Il1VpD0W

We lost a great Cdn today w the passing of @thehipdotcom @gorddownie He was a man who truly understood the impact of art in #Reconciliation

My thoughts are with the people at Siksika FN and many other places in southern Alberta that are facing wildfires.

Elder Vera Marie speaks beautifully about integrity and how your actions will come back to you. #Elders #Respect

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We’re at the Kerby Centre for the 55+ today! Elder Clarence Wolfleg, Vera Marie Crowchild and Dr. Andrew Bear Robe are speaking on the role of the Elder in society. What a great turn out!!!

Thanks to the Kerby Centre for inviting us and a big thanks to the Calgary Foundation for sponsoring it.
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REMINDER: This Saturday is our closing reception for our common ground art work that was featured at The Esker Centre. Theres a chance to meet with the artists and hear them speak about their experiences during the Common Ground Series and other artworks they may have completed. Its a free event, but you have to RSVP at the link in our event page.


Saturday, Oct 14 at 1pm
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Closing Reception for Making Treaty 7: Finding Common Ground

October 14, 2017, 1:00pm - October 14, 2017, 3:30pm

Closing Reception for Making Treaty 7: Finding Common Ground Saturday 14 October, 1-2:30PM, FREE Join the artists of the Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society’s Common Ground Dinner Series as we celebrate the closing of their Project Space exhibition. Speak directly with the artists about their experiences participating in the Dinner Series, how it influenced their work in the exhibition, and their ongoing practice. Become a part of the conversation of what "making treaty" really means. The event will feature remarks from Tamara Lee-Anne Cardinal, Sykes Powderface, Cindy Provost, and Michèle Stanners. The reception will be held at the Esker Foundation’s Project Space on the main level of the Atlantic Avenue Art Block Building. This building is fully accessible and all are welcome to attend. Refreshments and snacks from Sidewalk Citizen will be served. Registration recommended. Read more about our current exhibitions at www.eskerfoundation.com Photo by Soloman Chiniquay of Tamara Lee-Anne Cardinal’s performative installation taken on May 9, 2017.

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