Current Projects and Exhibits
JEDI Art Business Accelerator Online Graduation, and Marketplace.
June 22nd 1-4pm Atlantic Time.
On June 22nd from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm, the graduating art entrepreneurs will pitch themselves, their art, and their inspiration. Guests will also have the opportunity to visit a virtual marketplace to explore and shop from each of the artist-entrepreneurs.
Indigeshop will remain active for two weeks after the event.
Stitching Ourselves Together: Mi’kmaq Porcupine Quillwork
The Abbe Museum
June 2021 – January 2023
Stitching Ourselves Together is a Porcupine Quillwork Exhibit at the Abbe Museum in Bar Harbor Maine USA, that includes two of Tara’s predominate works of 2020, her 2020 Covid Mask and 4 Sisters Monarch, which is now part of the Abbe’s permanent collection. This exhibit will also include works from her students and cofounders of the Quillers of the Dawn Porcupine Quill collective. The Exhibit opens June 21 and will continue until January 2023.
June 18th – July 10th, 2021
WABANAKI Exhibition, June 18th to July 10th, Gallery on Queen, 406 Queen St. Fredericton, NB. WABANAKI is a group exhibition showcasing Indigenous Artist’s work from the Region. “This exhibition celebrates the heritage, the strength and the variety of forms that these artists create.” – Gallery on Queen
May 31st – June 9th 2021
Tara, along with 9 other artists of Indigenous, Francophone, and Anglophone backgrounds, will be working together in the natural setting of Kouchibouguac National Park for 10 days creating their own works of art, whilst sharing cultural knowledge and visitors. As part of a Cross-Cultural Residency sponsored in partnership with Artslink, AAAPNB, and Mawi’art. Covid restrictions apply. This is Tara’s second time participating.
Pictured: Tara in the beginning stages of creating her piece Grandmother Moon Turtle, at the Metepenagiag Heritage Park whilst participating in 2019’s Cross-Cultural Residency program, sponsored by Artslink NB, AAAPNB, and Mawi’ART.