Paul Seesequasis is a ᓃᐱᓰᐦᑯᐹᐃᐧᔨᓂᐤ nîpisîhkopâwiyiniw (Willow Cree) writer, cultural worker, curator and commentator currently residing in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He curates the Indigenous Archival Photo Project, an online and physical exhibition of archival Indigenous photographs, that explores history, identity and the process of visual reclamation. His photo book, ‘Blanket Toss Under Midnight Sun’ was published by Knopf Canada in October, 2019. GAZE, his next book, will be published by Knopf Canada in spring, 2022. His writings have appeared in The Globe and Mail, The Walrus, Brick, and Granta magazines, among others.
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- Happy St. Patrick's Day! We're celebrating with pics of some of our greenest looking exhibitors of all time!On International Women's Day we thought to showcase some of our members at past Heritage Festivals, including Société historique de la Saskatchewan, CFCR Saskatoon Community Radio, City of Saskatoon Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee, Conseil économique et coopératif de la Saskatchewan, Friends of the Forestry Farm House, German Junior Folk Dancers, Gustin/Trounce Heritage Committee, The Marr Residence, Saskatoon Norwegian Cultural Society, and Saskatoon Zoo SocietyWe're excited to welcome The Whiskey Jerks to the Western Development Museum this afternoon as part of the Heritage Festival of Saskatoon. They'll be joining us here between 1 - 4 PM with some great music.Our Speaker Series session with Paul Seeseequasis is live right now 5-6 PM on Facebook @HeritageFestivalYXE, @knowYXE, @thevoiceofsaskatoon, @EagleFeatherNews..
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