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Film Screening Night 2 “A Place Between – A 60’s Scoop Arts Project”

Apr 24
7:45 PM - 9:45 PM

100 Arthur St Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1H7

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Film Screening Event as part of “A Place Between – A 60’s Scoop Arts Project” (running April 7 to April 29)
NIGHT 2
Date: April 24, 2017
Location: Winnipeg Film Group Cinematheque, 100 Arthur Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Price $6-10
Times: 7-9pm
Films by Jackie Traverse, and Curtis Kaltenbaugh

Jackie Traverse
Biography:
Jackie Traverse is a multidiscipline artist working in many mediums from painting in oils and acrylics to mixed media, sculpture and stop motion animation.

Film: “Two Scoops” (2008) 3 mins
– Hand-drawn illustrations animate this touching personal story about the “Sixties Scoop of Aboriginal children into the Canadian child-welfare system.

Curtis Kaltenbaugh
Biography:
Curtis Kaltenbaugh is an Ojibway/Irish adoptee, who spent ten years in Pennsylvania before returning to Winnipeg. He works primarily in the documentary field, but is interested in exploring other genres. Apocalypse 16 is his first experimental piece.

Film-“A Place Between” (2007) 74 mins
– Following the tragic death of their younger brother in 1980, Curtis Kaltenbaugh, 7, and his brother Ashok, 4, were removed from their birth mother’s care in Manitoba and adopted into a white, middle-class family in Pennsylvania. This film follows Curtis’ struggle with his biological family’s turbulent history and observes what happens when his biological and adoptive families finally meet.

Organizers of A Place Between – A 60’s Scoop Arts Project:
Marcel Balfour, Daina Warren, Janell Henry
Elders:
Velma Orvis, Wahlea Croxen, Carolyn Moar

For more information please contact Daina Warren, Director, at daina@urbanshaman.org; or Janell Henry, Project Coordinator, at aplacebetween2017@gmail.com; or call the Urban Shaman Gallery at 204-942-2674.

Special thanks to the National Indian Brotherhood Trust Fund, Sport, Culture, and Heritage | Government of Canada, {Re}conciliation | Canada Council for the Arts

Urban Shaman: Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery acknowledges the support of our friends, volunteers, community and all our relations, the Winnipeg Arts Council, the Manitoba Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, NCI FM, and Wawanesa Insurance. And all the donors and sponsors to the project.

Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery
203 – 290 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0T2
T 204.942.2674
W http://www.urbanshaman.org

image: Still from Jackie Traverse’s “Two Scoops”

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Date:
April 24
Time:
7:45 pm - 9:45 pm
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Urban Shaman
Phone:
204-942-2674
Email:
Website:
www.urbanshaman.org

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100 Arthur St_Winnipeg
100 Arthur St Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1H7 + Google Map
Phone:
204-942-2674