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Jan 29, 2010
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Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art
About My Library
Urban Shaman presents contemporary Indigenous Aboriginal art with integrity while remaining rooted in our diverse Aboriginal cultures.
We focus mainly on contemporary artwork and subject matter. But we also carry some traditional craft how to books for reference. We also keep all Magazine subscriptions and invites from our fellow galleries dealing with Indigenous artists. We also keep articles on specific contemporary genre as reference.
Our library is free for viewing (but membership is encouraged) and is in-house only.
About Me
Located in the heart of the Winnipeg Mb Exchange District. Please check our website at urbanshaman(dot)org

MISSION STATEMENT
Urban Shaman is an Aboriginal artist-run centre dedicated to meeting the needs of artists by providing a vehicle for artistic expression in all disciplines and at all levels by taking a leadership role in the cultivation of Indigenous art.

VISION
Urban Shaman presents contemporary Indigenous Aboriginal art with integrity while remaining rooted in our diverse Aboriginal cultures.

MANDATE
Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art is a nationally recognized leader in Aboriginal arts programming and one of the foremost venues and voices for Aboriginal art in Canada. Our focus on developing new programming and new ways of presenting it have resulted in increased exposure and the expansion of our activities. Urban Shaman is dedicated to the Aboriginal arts community and arts community at large.

• Committed to serving the needs of emerging, mid-career, and established Aboriginal artists through exhibitions and associated programming, workshops, residencies and curatorial initiatives.
• Dedicated to contributing to art historical and cultural critical discourses on a local, national, and international level.
• Committed to facilitating artistic production, education, and appreciation of contemporary art as an important and empowering tool for Aboriginal peoples.

Admission to the gallery is free.
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203-290 McDermot Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0T2
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http://www.urbanshaman.org

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