THE OJIBWE CULTURAL FOUNDATION FEATURED IN SEASON 2 OF “FUTURE HISTORY” ON APTN

Watch for Season 2 of Future History on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN); Episode 3 REBUILD. This episode was filmed during the summer of 2018 and features a segment on the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation (OCF), M’Chigeeng, Odawa Mnis (Manitoulin Island). The segment includes an interview with Anong Beam, artist and Executive Director (OCF) and an interview with artist Barry Ace while featuring some of his work.

Here is a sneak peek: (Rebuild)

From Future History Website (info)

RECLAIMING OUR HISTORY > HARNESSING OUR FUTURE

A documentary series about shifting the colonial narrative and celebrating the reclamation of indigenous knowledge and identity. Future History is co-hosted by Sarain Fox: Dancer, Choreographer, Actor, Activist and Kris Nahrgang: Archaeologist, Artist, Activist. Future History follows two passionate, and polar opposite, Anishinaabe (Ojibway) hosts as they venture into communities to gain a deeper understanding of Indigenous Knowledge and the movement of cultural revitalization. For generations, across North America, Indigenous People have been reeling from the devastating effects of colonialism that has left children, language, ceremony and culture at risk. But today, a movement of reclamation and revitalization is being led by Indigenous People who are harnessing Indigenous Knowledge as a way to shift the colonial paradigm and build a brighter future for the next generation. From Arts and Science to the Justice System, the resurgence of Indigenous Knowledge is stronger than ever. Future History is a journey of discovery through an Indigenous lens, a journey that will inspire and enlighten audiences of all ages.

Season 2 airs Tuesday, MAY 14, 2019 at 8 PM (ET) on APTN (check local listings). 

More info on the pottery mentorship project with David Migwans featured in the segment can be viewed here.