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You feel your elders with you’: Mi’kmaq artisans draw on tradition – CBC

by ahnationtalk on December 2, 201910 Views

‘It is important that we keep our traditions and our way of life alive’

Dec 01, 2019

For Mi’kmaq artisans displaying their work Sunday in Charlottetown, the event meant more than just selling their work.

“When you do things that your elders used to do, your ancestors used to do, they kind of show up and they guide your hands,” said Patsy Bernard.”You really feel it, you feel your elders with you.”

The work of over 40 Mi’kmaq artisans was on display at the Mi’kmaq/Indigenous Artisan market on Sunday at the Confederation Centre.

Artists sold handmade jewellery, quill art, leather medicine wheels, dream catchers and photography. The event showcased Mi’kmaq culture on P.E.I.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/pei-mi-kmaq-indigenous-market-1.5380305

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