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Peter Brass, Terrance Houle, Jackson 2bears
November 24 – December 19, 2009


An exhibition of recent works by Peter Brass, Terrance Houle and Jackson 2bears

Presented by Sâkêwêwak Artists’ Collective

November 24 – December 19, 2009

Exhibiting at:

Neutral Ground

#203-1856 Scarth Street

Regina, Saskatchewan

Gallery Hours

Tuesday – Saturday

11:00 am – 5:00 pm



Jackson 2bears is a Kanien’kehaka (Mohawk) multimedia artist

currently based in Victoria B.C. Canada. 2bears’ has exhibited his

multimedia works in solo and group exhibitions across Canada, most

recently at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria (Victoria B.C),

ImagineNative Film + Media Arts Festival (Toronto O.N.), Video In

Video Out (Vancouver B.C.), and at the Visual Eyez Festival (Edmonton

A.B.) He has also been exhibited internationally in media arts

festivals and group exhibitions, most recently at Digital Art Weeks

(Zurich, Switzerland). He has also released several recordings and

live performances on CD and DVD in both solo and collaborative

contexts. 2bears is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of

Victoria, and recent recipient of the Victor Martyn Lynch – Staunton

Award for media art, an annual award recognizing outstanding

mid-career artists in the seven disciplines funded by the Canada

Council for the Arts

Terrance Houle (Blood) is an interdisciplinary media artist whose

work ranges from painting to drawing, video/film, mixed media,

performance, and installation. He is also a powwow dancer. He works

as a youth mentor teaching video production and art at Metis Calgary

Family Services in Calgary, Alberta. Houle is the recipient of the

Enbridge Emerging Artist Award given during the Mayor’s Luncheon of

the City of Calgary in 2006. He performed in the improv series

“Diplomatic Immunities” during the 2006 Enbridge play Rites Festival

of New Canadian Plays in Calgary, Alberta. In 2004, his short The

Wagon Burner won the Best Experimental Film Award at the imagine

NATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in Toronto, Ontario. Houle was a

resident at the Banff Centre for the Arts in 2003, producing work

about colonization and communion with thirty-three other indigenous

artists from Australia, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, and the United

States. He received a BFA in Fibre from Alberta College of Art &

Design in Calgary.

Image credit

Terrance Houle

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