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‘Film Feast: A Harvest of Fresh Videos’

This is are very own Tiffany Eggenberg from our community, lets go  support her. Sharon

 
Opening Reception is at 6pm, Screening at 7pm.

All my Relations arts program will debut “Magic Wands” by film maker Elizabeth Day along with a new short by Jonathan Thunder, and a presentation of Hawk Eyes by Barbara Britain-a documentary recorded in Ancient Traders Gallery.  Other short works by American Indian filmmakers to be announced. 

In Magic Wands an Ojibwe elder (speaking Ojibwemowin) tells her granddaughter the story of a young boy who experiences wild ricing for the first time.  The boy is captivated by the power of his ricing sticks, which he believes to be ‘magic wands’.  Immersed as the grandmother narrates the tale in Ojibwe, she answers her granddaughters question about the sacredness and importance of wild rice to the Ojibwe people. 

Ancient Traders Gallery, 1113 E Franklin Ave

Please enter near Marias Cafe.  All My Relations arts programs at Ancient Traders Gallery are a cultural collaboration of Great Neighborhoods! Development Corporation.  For more info call 612-870-6115

I had displayed my 3 pieces of the Dakota Commemorative March in a show in January and Barbara Britain filmed me talking about the pieces for the documentary Hawk Eyes. 
Tiffany

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