The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective wishes to congratulate board co-chair Nadia Myre, on winning the 2014 Sobey Art Award.  Myre is a member of Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation. For over a decade, her multi-disciplinary practice has been inspired by participant involvement as well as recurring themes of identity, language, longing and loss. Myre was nominated for the award in 2011, 2012, and 2013. Myre was presented the award at the […]

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Deadline to apply extended to December 14th at midnight. La date limite de mise en candidature a été reportée au 14 décembre à minuit. (le Français suit)   ACC/CCA is seeking a National Coordinator who will facilitate the organization through implementation of the Collective’s member-driven mandate: The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective (ACC/CCA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to informing the public about the role of Aboriginal art curators in protecting, fostering […]

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(le Français suit) The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective would like to thank all the participants of the 2014 colloquium in Montréal. Attendees from New Brunswick to the Yukon gathered in La Belle Provence between October 16-18, 2014 for two very successful days of panels and discussions on the creation of a living archive of Aboriginal art at Concordia University. Thursday night’s opening ceremonies began at the McCord museum, with the unveiling […]

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(Le Français suit) The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective’s Annual General Meeting was held at Concordia University Friday October 17th 2014. It was decided that the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective’s French translation should change from la Collectif des Conservateurs autochtones to la Collectif des Commissaires autochtones, to provide a translation that is more true to our members. Two board members completed their second three-year term and will no longer be a part of […]

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ANNOUNCEMENT: ACC/CCA NOTICE of AGM, Oct 17, 2014 *Please note: AGM documents will be available in French on the day of the meeting. The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective/Collectif des Conservateurs Autochtone will be holding our Annual General Meeting on Friday, October 17 from 12-1:10pm in Montreal at Concordia University, EV 1.605. We look forward to seeing you! ACC Nov 2013 AGM Minutes ACC/CCA AGM Agenda October 17, 2014 12:00pm – 1:10pm 1. […]

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Click here to become a member of the ACC Membership to the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective is open to emerging and established aboriginal curators and art professionals. More information can be found in our Bylaws and our Objects. Questions concerning membership can be directed to the National Coordinator coordinator (at) acc-cca (dot) com  or the Membership Communications Assistant communications (at) acc-cca (dot) com Veuillez cliquer ici pour devenir membre du CCA Adhésion […]

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Inscrivez-Vous/ Register Now English Text follows Iakwé:iahre [se remémorer] Du 16 au 18 octobre 2014 Université Concordia, Montréal C’est le temps de vous inscrire! Obtenez une réduction sur vos droits d’inscription en vous inscrivant en ligne avant le 30 septembre. Le Colloque Iakwé:iahre est présenté par le Collectif des Conservateurs autochtones / Aboriginal Curatorial Collective (CCA / ACC) sur le territoire traditionnel des Kanien’kehá:ka . L’accent sera mis sur une démarche active et collaborative de remémoration telle qu’appliquée au concept […]

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  le Français suit  Applications can be sent to:/ Veuillez envoyer vos propositions à : directoracc@gmail.com iakwé:iahre [we remember] COLLOQUIUM ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS October 16 – 18 2014 The iakwé:iahre Colloquium is presented by the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective / Collectif des Conservateurs autochtones on the traditional territory of the Kanien’ke:haka. It focuses on an active and collaborative act of remembering as applied to the contemporary idea of an archive from an Indigenous […]

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