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An archival inkjet print by Indigenous artist Jaime Black.

Penelope Ford/Fjord Review/Resilience

Jaime Black is one of 50 Indigenous women artists taking part in Resilience, an exhibition curated by Lee-Ann Martin set on 167 billboards along highways and in cities coast to coast, and on large-scale posters in Northern communities. The Resilience project is supported by Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art (MAWA) and takes place between June 1 and Aug. 1, 2018. For billboard and poster locations, see resilienceproject.ca.

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