Author: Sage Paul

(CBC TORONTO) WHERE I’M FROM Indigenous artist Sage Paul’s childhood in Gabriel Dumont laid the foundation for her work today

Sage Paul remembers her years at Gabriel Dumont, an Indigenous non-profit housing complex in Scarborough, in two very different ways. On the one hand, it was the setting of her carefree childhood, where she was immersed in her Aboriginal culture and enveloped by the protection of a tight-knit community. Today, through the experienced eyes of an adult, […]

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mid-90s Pocahontas Nightgown, felt, .11 delica beads Deconstructing and reconstructing the image of Disney’s Pocahontas. I cut out and gave away patches from my nightie, asking those who lovingly accepted to tag the image in their social media feeds to build a distorted, digital quilt of Pocahontas with the hashtags #mypocahontas #sagepaul. Commissioned by Ditty Bag For Craft […]

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Setsuné Indigenous Fashion Incubator and imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival are excited to partner on a new project! We are seeking rad visual art to print on imagineNATIVE’s 400 delegate tote bags that, for you, says: “gathering” or “meeting place.” We are calling out to all young, Canadian Indigenous women artists (16-35) to pitch […]

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