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AHA MEDIA was pleased to meet Jadeon Rathgeber, Aboriginal Artist and Carver in Vancouver Downtown Eastside on Saturday Jan 9, 2010

AHA MEDIA was  pleased to meet Jadeon Rathgeber, Aboriginal Artist and Carver at Interurban Gallery  and Downtown Eastside Centre for the Arts in Vancouver on Saturday Jan 9, 2010

See Jadeon Rathgeber’s story in his own words in Common Ground Magazine

http://www.commonground.ca/iss/222/cg…

See more about Jadeon Rathgeber’s mother Pat Bruderer and The Ancient First Nation Art of Birch Bark Bitings & Transparencies
http://www.halfmoonstudios.com/

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In this video, Jadeon Rathgeber introduces himself and his art show Make It Real at Interurban Gallery in Vancouver Downtown Eastside ( DTES )

This video was filmed by April Smith of AHA MEDIA on a New Media camera – Panasonic DMC-ZS3. AHA MEDIA is about exploring mobile media production through New Media cameras. For a better quality version of this video, please DM April Smith @AprilFilms on Twitter or Facebook.com/AprilFilms

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In this video, Jadeon Rathgeber speaks about his mother Pat Bruderer’s Birch Bark Bitings at Interurban Gallery in Vancouver Downtown Eastside ( DTES )

This video was filmed by April Smith of AHA MEDIA on a New Media camera – Panasonic DMC-ZS3. AHA MEDIA is about exploring mobile media production through New Media cameras. For a better quality version of this video, please DM April Smith @AprilFilms on Twitter or Facebook.com/AprilFilms

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In this video, Jadeon Rathgeber speaks about his art piece which represents his sister at Interurban Gallery in Vancouver Downtown Eastside ( DTES )

This video was filmed by April Smith of AHA MEDIA on a New Media camera – Panasonic DMC-ZS3. AHA MEDIA is about exploring mobile media production through New Media cameras. For a better quality version of this video, please DM April Smith @AprilFilms on Twitter or Facebook.com/AprilFilms

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See description of Jadeon Rathgeber’s art show in
Indn Arts ‘n Action Make it Real

January 7 to January 30, 2009

Wednesday to Saturday, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Interurban Gallery, One East Hastings, Vancouver

http://www.decentreforthearts.com/ind…

Evening Events

January 19

To Honour Our Mother: Do Our Stories Lie with Farley Mowat

Matriarch and elder Ilse Schweder Bruderer Clements joins with her daughters and grandchildren to tell their stories and explore the consequences of story and historical manipulation and exploitation, with particular focus on the stories of Farley Mowat as they pertain to them. This is about setting the record straight in art and history.

January 20

Opening Night: Bruderer Fashion Show Musical Performances

Indigenous inspired fashions by Sandra and Pat Bruderer, as well as up and coming designer, 19 year old Heather Williams. Musical performances by Tara Willard and Camillia.

January 21

Birch Bark Biting: One of the Rarest and most threatened Indigenous art forms.

Pat Bruderer is one of the last remaining practitioners of this art form, bringing it to a level of articulation never before witnessed in history. Single layers of bark are painstakingly harvested, then folded and bitten with the teeth to produce elaborate stories and patterns. Discussions about history, traditional uses, as well as participatory demonstrations.

January 22

Hereditary and Traditional Perspective: Conversations on issues of the day

Come listen and participate in conversation with traditional peoples and spiritual leaders about the issues facing us all.

January 23

She Keeps The Door Sandra Bruderer & Splitting The Sky with John Boncore
In Conversation

This dynamic couple will be presenting their views and current work, including Splitting the Skys upcoming historic court case pertaining to the war crimes of George W. Bush, as well as readings from their book.

January 27

Make it Real: Authenticating and protecting indigenous art forms

Conversations with people involved in the indigenous arts movement discussing the recognition, authenticating, and support of First Nations arts and crafts. Panelists include Pat Bruderer, who as worked on this issue for years, and guest keynote presenters working on behalf of Norval Morrisseau, including: Gabe Vadas (Weekan) who was Norvals agent for 20 years; Bryant Ross of Coghlan Art who continues to represent Norval for over 20 years; and Mark Anthony Jacobson.

January 28

Food, Clothing, Shelter, Youth, Art

What does our future look like? Conversations surrounding our collective future, with particular focus on the necessities of life and the plight of todays youth, finding our way back to a meaningful existence. Jadeon Rathgeber will discuss his experiences and perspective from his own life, and will be joined by Thom Evans with analysis of the big picture.

January 29

Five Ring Circus: The Olympics portraying a false image of indigenous reality

Conversations exploring false images in promotion and culture, with particular focus on the Olympics and the realities facing indigenous peoples

January 30

INDN ART ‘N ACTION FINAL SALE AND AUCTION

Includes art by Mark Anthony Jacobson, Pat Amos, Jadeon Rathgerber, Cyrile Derrick
All events take place at the InterUrban Gallery at One East Hastings at 7:30 p.m

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