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“I feel compelled not only to celebrate but to dissect and explore my Mi'kmaq heritage, how it relates to the settler culture and how the two cultures, of which I am a part, interact and affect each other.” 
- Jerry Evans, a Mi’kmaq artist based in St. John’s, Newfoundland.


His visual art is represented in collections across Canada and the world, working with local artists and organizations to keep the passion and heritage alive.

Learn More
Towards an ENCYCLOPEDIA of LOCAL KNOWLEDGE: Chapter III: The Middle River
Encyclopedia of Local Knowledge (ELK) is a collaborative art-and-knowledge project by Jerry Evans, Pam Hall and local collaborators in rural Newfoundland. It explores art as a form of making and moving knowledge and reveals many ways of knowing that are local, living, and still fruitfully in use.
When
Aug. 08, 2020, 6:00 p.m.
Where
Virtual Reception
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CONTACT

Please get in touch for more information, to discuss possible collaborations, or for any media inquiries.

(709) 689-1912

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