New Vancouver art exhibit explores Indigenous land and water rights

CBC News January 13, 2019:

A new multi-media art exhibition in Vancouver explores questions of Indigenous jurisdiction and land and water rights.

Marianne Nicolson is a member of the Dzawada’enuxw First Nation in Kingcome Inlet on B.C.’s central coast. She worked with more than 10 other artists there last summer using film, video, social media, weaving, animation, drawing, language and song to create an Indigenous perspective on environmental rights.

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