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Annie Ross Collaboration Residency

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This project resulted in an original limited edition of hand printed linocut relief prints produced in collaboration with Val Loewen at Malaspina’s studio on Granville Island.

  • File number: RESI1067

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annie ross (Maya) is a Professor in the Department of Indigenous Studies at Simon Fraser University. Daughter of a strong traditional Maya mother and auntie and WWII veteran storyteller father (Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia). Began education at home with plants, animals, art, Indigenous hand work, storytelling, and history in Compton, California, from parents dispossessed of their traditional lands.

Developed and taught courses focusing on rights and title, environmental justice, and testimonio as a means to remedy from past political oppressions; Indigenous art histories, technologies/studio/craft, weaving, poetry and poetics, and printmaking as part of a panoply, a canon, of what we mean when we say Indigenous Bioregionalisms.