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re: winnipeg launch!

Posted on by Chris Bose
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hello, hello, hello!

just got back to kamloops, bc, after the awesome launch of the new anthology by Kegedonce Press,
“W’ daub Awae” = Speaking True………

i got to meet the one, the only Al Hunter, and the Fabulous Gregory Scofield, and the Matriarch, Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm !!

it was fantastic, and Warren Cariou did a fabulous job putting the book together and Tania Willard did an amazing task of designing a cool book!

I’ll see you who weren’t in Winnipeg at the Vancity Launch at the end of May!!

WOOT!

Thanks for everyone who made it, and all who helped organize it, sooo much fun!!

cheers,

chrisbose.

 

About Chris Bose

Chris Bose is a writer, multi-disciplinary artist, musician and filmmaker, who has read and performed at Universities, theatres and coffeehouses at all points from Victoria to Montreal, as well as at the BC Festival of the Arts as a literary delegate to the Talking Stick Aboriginal Arts Festival in Vancouver and the Word on the Street Festival in Toronto. Chris continues to create art and music on a daily basis, and is also a workshop facilitator of community arts events, digital storytelling, art workshops with people of all ages and backgrounds, curatorial work for First Nations art shows and projects, research and writing for periodicals across Canada, project management and coordination, mixed-media productions, film, audio and video recording and editing, and more. He is of the N'laka'pamux/Secwepemc Nations in BC, and currently spends his time in Kamloops BC.
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