Isaac Murdoch, whose Ojibway name is Manzinapkinegego’anaabe / Bombgiizhik is from the fish clan and is from Serpent River First Nation. Isaac grew up in the traditional setting of hunting, fishing and trapping. Many of these years were spent learning from Elders in the northern regions of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Isaac is well respected as a storyteller and traditional knowledge holder. For many years he has led various workshops and cultural camps that focuses on the transfer of knowledge to youth. Other areas of expertise include: traditional ojibway paint, imagery/symbolism, harvesting, medicine walks, & ceremonial knowledge, cultural camps, Anishinaabeg oral history, birch bark canoe making, birch bark scrolls, Youth & Elders workshops, etc. He has committed his life to the preservation of Anishinaabe cultural practices and has spent years learning directly from Elders.
Sunshine House Inc.
646 Logan Ave
These panel murals were created inconjunction with the exhibition – gathered together – with Martha Street Studio.
Adrienne Huard, Chloe Chafe, Mariana Muñoz Gomez
PARTNERS & SUPPORT
Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festival, Martha Street Studio, Synonym Art Consultation, Winnipeg Arts Council, Manitoba Arts Council