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Back row, from left, Lexis Ritchie, Naiemah Kagige, Mhiingan Kahgee, Dakoda Thompson and Lucas Misquadis. Front row, from left, Noah Johnson, Jeri Carter, Aiden Sky and Ava Johnson.

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The artwork of nine Ojibwe students at GC Huston Public School has been selected to be part of a new exhibit at the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.

From Saugeen First Nation, the nine students are part of an Anishnaabemowin (Native language) class at the Southampton School and used a variety of art techniques and materials. The artwork was inspired by Mshkokmii-kwe (Mother Earth).

The artwork, which will be on display at GC Huston until the end of the month, was submitted in October as part of a Youth Arts Program and will be on display from January to March 2020. Students and their parents have been invited to attend a reception celebrating their contribution in Toronto on February 19.

Artwork

Top, from left, Zaagaasod Bmibdeg (Sunset Flight, acrylic on canvas) by Ava Johnson (13), Giizhgwaanzod (Sky, acrylic on canvas) by Jeri Carter (13), Dbiki Naangoonsag (Stars at Night, acrylic on canvas) by Naiemah Kagige (13) and Bbaamwinaad Miiknanns (Guiding Path, acrylic on canvas) by Lexis Ritchie (12). Bottom, from left, Wii Noopming (Future Bush, ink on paper) by Dakoda Thompson (13), Giizhgat Miinwa Dbiki (Day & Night, acrylic on canvas) by Lucas Misquadis (12), Mtigoog (Trees, acrylic on canvas) by Aiden Sky (12), Mskwi Dbiki Giizis (Blood Moon, acrylic on canvas) by Noah Johnson (12) and Dbiki Giizhgwaanzod (Night Sky, acrylic on canvas) by Mhiingan Kahgee.

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