This program takes place In-Person at Buffalo Meadows Park, in celebration of Tatanga Day.
Drin Gwinzii, good day. Part of the Dene Nation, We call ourselves Dinjii Zhuh, descendants of man, human beings, As a Tribal Group we are the Teetl'it Gwich'in, People of the Peel River Watershed, Treaty 11. Brandy Jones comes from a long line of medicine women, She is an Inuvialuit and Gwitch'in artist originally from Williams Lake, British Columbia who now makes her home on Treaty 4 Territory in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. As a Treaty woman in section 35 of the Canadian Constitution: First Nation, Inuit and Metis, Brandy carries all parts of the Indigenous People of Canada and USA. She is inspired by many different forms of Indigenous art. Brandy’s work is a mixture of native arts, the bright colours represent every Indigenous Nation. Her work represents the marriage of all Indigenous nations and the rising of a new generation that will help heal the elders, families and land. Brandy has a original style that has never been seen before and is a celebration of the beauty, success, hardships, and perseverance of all Indigenous peoples. She uses her gifts to advocate, educate, inspire and motivate people to explore Indigenous culture. Brandy is privileged to work full time as an artist. Brandy’s artwork can be found under the name BrandyJonesIndigenousArtist @tiktok, Instagram or Facebook.