Source: Risling, R (2019).
"In Monkman’s paintings, Indigenous people are, for the most part, proactive figures, shaping the world around them, which doesn’t mean he ignores the catastrophes that followed the European occupation." (Cotter, 2019, December 19)
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"‘Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience’ is an art exhibit challenging Canadians to look beyond the glossy celebrations for Canada’s 150th birthday." (APTN FaceToFace, 2017)
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