Special thanks to
Dan George Family
University Heights Center, Seattle
Brocklinds Costumes, Seattle
Kenmore Air, Seattle; Time Brooks
John Klockner, UW Communications Dept,
Rober Jules, Kamloops Indian Band
Lizette Peters Mission Indian Band
The Thomas Sisters
Blake Yaffett (Priest)
Roaring Camp, Felton, CA
Chief Robert Joseph, executive director
Films + Videos
Beyond the Shadows - Gryphon Productions LTD, 1993
The Boys of St. Vincent - Dir John N. Smith; Distributor: Alliance, 1993
Where the Spirit LIves- Dir. Bruce Pittman; Canadian Broadcasting Corp., 1989
Kuper Island: Return of the Healing Circle- Gumboot Productions
They Called it Prairie Light: The Story of Chiloocco Indian School- Tsianina K Lomawaima, 1994 - University of Nebraska Press
Shingwauk's vision: A History of Native Residential Schools - J.R. Miller, 1996 - University of Toronto Press Inc.
A National Crime: The Canadian Government and The residential School System 1897-1986 - John S. Milloy, 1999 - University of Manitoba Press
Resistance and Renewal: Surviving the Indian Residential School - Cecilia Haig-Brown, 1988 - Arsenal Pulp Press LTD.
Indian School Days - Basil H. Johnston, 1988 - University of Oklahoma Press
Out of the Depths: The Experiences of Mi'kmaw Children at the Indian Residential School at Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia - Isabell Knockwood and Gillian Thomas, 1992 - Nova Scotia Roseway Publishing
Essie's Story: The LIfe and Legacy of a Shoshone Teacher - Ester Burnett and Sally McBeth, 1998 - University of Nebraska Press
Stolen From Our Embrace - Suzanne Fournier and Ernie Crey (out of print)-Douglas & McIntyre
No End of Grief: Indian Residential Schools in Canada - Agnes Grant (out of print)- Pemmican Publications Inc.
A barn deep in the Chippewas of Thames First Nations reserve may be one of the only remaining structures in Canada from the country's residential school program at the turn of the century. The students at Mt. Elgin Industrial School worked day and night in the barn - leaving their names and notes behind to tell their tale. (Photos by Derek Ruttan)
"The flag was first used by Metis fighters in 1816. It is the oldest Canadian patriotic flag indigenous to Canada. As a symbol of nationhood, the Metis flag predates Canada’s Maple Leaf flag by about 150 years.
Both flags use a horizontal figure eight, or infinity symbol. This represents the coming together of two distinct and vibrant cultures, European and indigenous, to produce a distinctly new culture, the Metis. It symbolizes the creation of a new society with roots in both Aboriginal and European cultures and traditions. The sky blue background emphasizes the infinity symbol and suggests that the Metis people will exist forever."
ABOUT THE COLOUR ECONOMY:
What if pixels were free? What if they could trade their computer-given red, green, and blue values in pursuit of a profit?
The Colour Economy imagines an artificial economy of pixels, in which individual 'traders' exchange colour.
The Colour Economy is a project by Jer Thorp (blprnt.com) and was built with Processing v. 0135.
【CHINA IN MOTION 2 - 韵动中国2 】vimeo.com/81105183
First cooperative timelapse production of China. We organized 56 Photographers in 49 Cities of China to make a timelapse video together without meeting each other.
“CHINA IN MOTION 2013 II” will be released in Nov.
Planners: Vincent May, Heng Zhang, Denis Magic
Post Production: Jenff Chan
Photography: UTCN members.
The Good Shall Rise Again
茉莉花 - 中国交响乐团
Closer - Jeff Schneeweis