Imagine the frozen stillness on a wintery Toronto night, the neon glare of frigid light.
Rebecca Belmore address’s her grandmothers in her Governor General award winning 2013 art, and she, also challenges the status quo. What dear ancestors. is your advice to assist our people with the change?
…and soon we will be comforted with a change in season
Curator’s caption at the AGO on the exit The Great Upheaval exhibition.
The Canadian prairie will plant. Canada has a duty to assist our agricultural community.
Yes there will be a change in season. We will experience spring.
How many of us are experiencing personal change. It is tuff …so Hang Tuff and know that you are not alone.
Spring is coming to Canada. Yes it is cold everywhere but planting season is coming, spring is coming and the prairies will be planting seeds. The change of season is nye
Are we prepared to do what Newfoundlanders have done. Cut energy costs in simple pure ways.
Change means a change of priorities. How much space do we need to live in, how many bathrooms do we need? I remember The Great Depression from the stories told to me by my parents? Food is NB. Remember that on my agenda for change
Family dynamics change. How do we adjust to these changes?
Our persons, at least my person would like to identify with some form of justice and caring within the sphere of my space. What does it say in my Anthropology class? The goal is to gain competence and confidence in challenging injustice locally and globally , not only as Canadians but citizens of the world in a world without borders. The world can not be changed without changing how we think.
March 21st is just around the corner and the sun will be warmer and the wind will be on our backs ….as me move forward.