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Local Indigenous Makers

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I am a metis artist who creates Mukluks and Moccasins. I created a unique product which allows people to create their own pairs at home with our diy kits, each kit comes with all the supplies and a video tutorial.
Moccasin and Mukluk Tutorial – Brittany's Handmade Designs (



Hi, my name is Eric Marshall, I’m a indigenous Métis artist. I’ve been a photographer for a number of years working freelance as a hobby. I started shooting bmx for various magazines, then migrated to more of a lifestyle of street photographer, since then i have exclusively shot film only for a number of years. My main neesh is that I shoot photos that appear to be from a era of 60’s 70’s 80’s motorcycle culture. Ive primarily been a portrait based photographer as of recently for work. But my passion is always shooting street or lifestyle work. I look forward for your consideration for using me for a photo exhibit online, feel free to view my Instagram or website to see if it’s a fit for you guys! Thanks!


My name is: 

Kim Blackburde Moore

Ojaaweshskobiinesikwe nindijinikaaz 

I am Blue Thunderbird Woman

I live in Selkirk, MB

Manidoobawitagong Nindoonjibaa

I am from Rainy River First Nation

My business is MakadeMigizi Clothing & Apparel

(Blackeagle Clothing & Apparel)  

We offer clothing and other items in Ojibway, Michif Cree, Michif French and English. 


Our website is: 

IG is makademigiziclothing

Kokum Soul Beading

My name is Brandy Fekete. I am from Roseau River First Nation. I would like to share some of my beadwork for the virtual  Indigenous Day Showcase. I created a name for my work - Kokum Soul Beading. You can find some more of my work on my Facebook page! 

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Rhonda chartrand


I’m from Sagkeeng First Nation, but live in wpg.

I make handmade booties moccasins, mukluks, wrap arounds, crow boots. My contact info is 


BootiesbyRhonda *fb page

Bootiesbyrhondaa *Instagram page




My name is Rachel (Leask) McCallum. I am a First Nations beadwork artist living on Treaty One land. I have family ties to both Peguis First Nation and Sapotaweyak Cree Nation. Many women in my family have been beadwork artists.



Hello, my name is Dara Houle. I am from Sagkeeng First Nations, MB

I am an artist who specializes in digital drawing and traditional painting.

My social media includes Instagram, 

And a Facebook page

Doreen Angela

Hi. I am an indigenous artist. I make anything such as moccasins, slippers, mukluks, mitts, Gloves, beaded earrings etc. 


My name is Doreen Angela Flett. I am a mother of 8 children. I am 47 years old. I am originally from Island Lake Manitoba and I reside in the city of Winnipeg. 


I learnt arts and crafts by my mother. As an indigenous I am proud to be an indigenous


Hi I am Anna Solomon, I'm 15 years old and  from Selkirk Manitoba, and I'm in grade 9. The type of work I do is bead work. I make keychains, pins and pop sockets.




Mashkawigaabawid Abinoojiiyag - Stand Strong Children mural to Commemorate the History and Legacy of Residential School is located on 260 Superior Avenue in Selkirk, Manitoba. 


I’m Jeannie Red Eagle with the Interlake Art Board. Our current mural art project, Mashkawigaabawid Abinoojiiyag - Stand Strong Children, is created to increase awareness by commemorating the History and Legacy of Indian Residential School. It will also honour Indian Residential School (IRS) survivors, their families and the communities. 


Muralist/Graphic Artist and enrolled band member of Peguis First Nation, Jordan Stranger, along with International Muralist Charlie Johnston and myself, engaged with Long Plains First Nation, Elder Ernie Daniels to create this meaningful and monumental large scoped piece of mural artwork. Along with the commemoration we also endeavoured to draw focus to the beautiful strong sacred spirits within all survivors of IRS which later continued on through the period known as the Sixties Scoop. It was important that our vision  acknowledges the enduring strength within all inter-generational survivors and provide a visual display of a sense of resounding PASPÍWIN/SURVIVAL, WOWAKISHAKE/RESILIENCE, and BAGOSENDAMOWIN/HOPE for all indigenous people, their families, and all the communities across the nation on the land originally known as Turtle Island.


With this particular mural, one of our driving purposes was to join together with Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists to undertake a collaborative project and produce a work that would contribute to the reconciliation process.

Our working group consisted of;

-Elder Ernie Daniels, Long Plains First Nation 

-Muralist Jordan Stranger, Peguis First Nation

-Project Coordinator/Emerging Artist,

Jeannie Red Eagle, Rolling River First Nation

-International Muralist, Charlie Johnston 

-Métis Artist Ashley Christianson 

-Métis Sierra Anderson

-Jon Ostash

Special Recognition to our late Elder Theodore Fontaine, Sagkeeng First Nation

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