Kamamak
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Craft – Edmonton, ALB

Mackenzie Brown is a First Nations Cree woman from the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation, currently residing in Amiskwaciwaskahikan, Edmonton. She is a performer, drummer, tourism entrepreneur, philanthropist and advocate for at-risk youth in the Edmonton area. Mackenzie currently works as an Indigenous Tourism Developer for the Government of Alberta. Mackenzie is also an avid volunteer, being recognized for her work with children, youth and Indigenous communities through the Premiers Citizenship Award 2013, Queen Golden Jubilee 2014, Deans Medal for Academic Excellence 2018 and the Esquao Award 2019. Mackenzie and her mom perform as “Warrior Women”. They drum and teach around Alberta for the Northern Alberta Teachers Conference, the annual Jasper Dark Skies Festival, Youth Dream Catchers Conference, Canada Day, Aboriginal Day festivities and more. Along with drumming, Mackenzie is also an avid acrylic artist and traditional First Nations crafts artisan. Her art has been featured in the Pump House Gallery, the Edson Gallery Museum, the Gray Gallery Grant MacEwan, recognized for the Alberta Indian Arts and Crafts Award of 2017, featured for the Alberta Business Competition 2017 and sold to people travelling world wide at Jasper Park Lodge. ...more

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Showcasing in Edmonton, ALB

IMPACT at Union Hall – 06 Jun 2019 @7:00PM

Exhibiting on: 06 Jun 2019 @7:00PM