Indigenous Art Exhibit at SJC

27 April 2022

Please join St. Joseph’s College in sharing the art of Ovide Bighetty, from the 17 prints of the Creator’s Sacrifice Collection. Bighetty was an Indigenous artist from Pukatawagan First Nation (`Fishing Place’ in Cree) on the Canadian Shield of Northern Manitoba. In the Woodlands Cree style, Bighetty explores Christian themes. This display will help all focus on our roles in Reconciliation, and will be on display leading up to the Lac St. Anne pilgrimage.

St. Joseph’s College joins with the Interfaith Chaplaincy at the UofA, and St. Stephen’s College, to co-sponsor this art exhibit. The 17 prints of this collection will be on display in the St. Joseph’s College foyer and Board room for all to enjoy, from July 6th to August 1st.

Please watch this website for more details about events surrounding the exhibit.

pêhowak iskwêwak; The Women Wait; « L’attente des femmes »

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From ‘Kisemanito Pakitinasuwin – The Creator’s Sacrifice’,
Ovide Bighetty, 2002; Copyright with Indian Metis Christian Fellowship

Matthew 27: 57-60; Mark 15: 42-47; Luke 23: 50-56; John 19: 38-42


This art is on generous loan from the Northern Alberta Diaconal Conference of the Christian Reformed Church.
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