Rolande Souliere, Mediating The Treaties, public sculpture, 2018. Photo by D Works Media
15 Minutes of Mentorship with Rolande Souliere
Free! Artists at all levels are encouraged to submit. Priority will be given to Indigenous artists.
Book a 15-minute appointment with artist Rolande Souliere, an Anishinabe artist with an international career based in Australia. Interested in learning more about Indigenous arts around the world and wonder if there are opportunities for you globally? Need advice about how to take your practice to the next level? Want feedback on your work?
Send a brief 50-100 word statement about you and your practice and 3-5 images of your artwork or one audio or moving image file to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Souliere” in the subject heading. You will be contacted and given a time slot and Zoom link, if you can be accommodated. Artists at all levels are encouraged to submit. Priority will be given to Indigenous artists.
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Rolande Souliere’s art practice addresses Indigeneity on a local, national and international level through her use and manipulation of readymade objects, handmade processes and abstraction. Since 2013 she has worked with Indigenous communities from Australia and Canada on her social art project The Collage of Indigenization. She has participated in national and international exhibitions and residencies. Born in Toronto, Souliere is a member of Michipicoten First Nation. She holds a PhD in Visual Arts and an MVA from the University of Sydney, Australia. https://rolandesouliere.com.au/artists_profile.php