Local artist bringing people together to honour missing and murdered Indigenous women – paNOW

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by ahnationtalk on March 14, 201941 Views

Mar 14, 2019

A Prince Albert-based artist is hoping to create understanding and awareness about the number of missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada by getting the community involved in a local art project.

Cheryl Ring is working with community members to create 1,200 clay hearts. She’s been spending time with local youth, business and community groups, and Indigenous organizations to make the hearts as part of an art installation she’s working on to remember missing and murdered Indigenous women.

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