This month, First Light Fridays explores Indigenous vogue and normally takes a glimpse at the connections that trend has to the land, one’s identity and the influence that it has on equally a neighborhood and nationwide stage.
Artist, filmmaker and seamstress Jennie Williams hosts, speaking with Newfoundland and Labrador artisans about the crafting and wearing of Indigenous apparel.
Artist and dancer Meagan Musseau busily prepares her own regalia for powwow season. Visual artist Amy Malbeuf speaks about how we adorn our bodies with clothing and tattoos. And weaver Megan Samms speaks about her “blood connect with” to proceed cloth-earning traditions in her group.
1st Gentle Fridays is a month to month series from CBC N.L. established in partnership with First Mild, which presents applications and expert services rooted in the revitalization, strengthening and celebration of Indigenous cultures and languages.
The series characteristics a new host just about every thirty day period, sharing tales and views of our Indigenous communities suitable here at property.
The episode will air Friday at 1 p.m. NT and once more at 5:30 p.m. NT on CBC Radio and the CBC Hear app.
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