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HorizonZero 17: TELL: aboriginal story in digital media
Produced by the Banff New Media Institute in collaboration with the Culture.ca
Jenny San Martin
Senior Graphic Designer
Web Production Assistant
HorizonZero 17 :
TELL : Aboriginal Story in Digital Media
Guest Creative Director
Bill Maclean, Margaret Rider, Terry Rider, Chief Chiniki Restaurant, Jeff Horvath, Candice Hopkins, the staff and students of Morley Community School, John Stevens, Duane Mark, Debra Prince, Lou-ann Neal and the Aboriginal Arts Program at The Banff Centre, Mackenzie Gallery, Sâkêwêwak Artists Collective, Meadow Lake Tribal Council, Vern Bachui, Chief Richard Gladue, Fatou Mata Kande Sendhor, Sylvianne Diop, Dak'art Lab, Biennale de Dakar, Youssou N'Dour, Walter Phillips Gallery, Hemi Macgregor, Natalie Robertson, Danny Butt, Storytellers Guild of Canada, Vancouver Society of Storytelling, Melanie Ray, Centre for Digital Storytelling, Joe Lambert, Knopf Canada, Gabriel Dumont Institute, Sherry Farrell Racette, Yvonne Chamakese, Stuart Prosper, Ashok Mathur and the artists of the Banff Intra-Nation residency, Sharon Proulx, Shirley Bear, Lillian Allen, Paul Wong, Greg Coyes and Storyteller Productions Inc., Yukon International Storytelling Festival, Andrew Kauffman (aka the couch guy), Wes Fineday, Louis Bird, Lynn Acoose, the Sandy Scofield Band, Heath Bunting, Cube Cinema, artengine, Nathalie Picard, Bernie Francis, the L'Hirondelle, Naytowhow and Koprec families, Gail Dalke, Deb Beddows, Rita Mckeough, Mr. Harry Blackbird, Simon Paul Dene, Mrs. Glecia Bear, George Hart, Mrs. Philomene Corrigal, and Lynn Acoose.
Main Interface Photo Credits
Windy Cabin, Mather Cabin
Courtesy of the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies Heritage Collection.
Special thanks to Laura Benkis and Tanya Bouchard.
4 Directions: Media Assets
Story Sequences and Concept by Ben Haggarty
Adapted from Traditional Narratives
Produced by 20 | 20
Courtesy of Ben Haggarty and 20 | 20
"Te Hono Whakakoro" by Upper Hutt Posse
Video clip from Ngatahi: Know The Links, Kia Kaha Productions, 2003
Courtesy of Dean Hapeta aka Te Kupu
Excerpt of Grandma's Story by Trinh T. Minh-ha.
Reprinted from Women, Native, Other: Writing Postcoloniality and Feminism, 2003.
Courtesy of Indiana University Press and Trinh T. Minh-ha.
Passport to Paradise
Detail of factory mural by Papisto Boy (Pape Samb) in Belaire (Dakar), Senegal, depicting Sheikh Amadu Bamba, Sheikh Lamp Fall, the Slave House of Gorée Island, and the Kaaba of Mecca. Photo 1999 by Mary Nooter Roberts and Allen F. Roberts. Originally published as part of the Passport to Paradise Web exhibit: www.fowler.ucla.edu/passporttoparadise.htm
Dene/Cree Elderspeak: Tales from the Heart and Spirit was originally created and launched as a Web site in 1999 by Cheryl L'Hirondelle, Joseph Naytowhow, and the Meadow Lake Tribal Council, Meadow Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan. HorizonZero's interactive and graphic redesign of this Web site as a component of Issue17: TELL, including reproduction of the Web site's original cultural content, has been undertaken with the permission and encouragement of the Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC). Please refer to the new Web site's complete Credits, which may be viewed at: http://www.horizonzero.ca/elderspeak/credits.html
Horizontal : wîhtikow city
Painting wîhtikow city by Neal Mcleod
Video A Moment of Clarity by Gabriel Yahyahkeekoot (Mezzinjah Productions, c.2003)
Photo of painting by Don Hall, courtesy of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan
Special thanks to Tim Long
Îktomnî and the Mouse Pow-Wow
Story by Mrs. Dorothy Rider
Translation and Illustrations by Duane J. Mark
Sound Design and Recording by Shawn Everett
Graphic Design by Myron Campbell
Interactive Design by Mark Bianco
Text introduction by Angus Leech
Special Thanks to Bill Maclean
Excerpt from Wesakechak and the Medicine. From Stories from the Seventh Fire (The Four Seasons Series), Autumn Episode, 1999. Video clip courtesy Storyteller Productions Inc. Special thanks to Ava Karvonen and Greg Coyes.
Excerpt from NUNAVUT: Our Land, Episode 10: Quaisut, 1995. Courtesy of Igloolik Isuma Productions. Special thanks to Katarina Soukup.
Stories Have Their Way With Us
Audio recording of Old Lady Lake by Louise Profeit-LeBlanc. Courtesy of Louise Profeit-LeBlanc and the Yukon International Storytelling Festival. Special thanks to Lil Grubach-Hambrook.
From Ossossane to Wendake
Video clip of Ononthio courtesy of Le Lieu, centre en art actuel. Performance by Yves Sioui Durand during Rencontre Internationale d'art performance de Québec, September 23, 2004. Camera by Jean-François Dugas.
Symphony of Dance
Video courtesy of The Banff Centre's Aboriginal Arts Program
Camera by Dianne Biin.
Video editing by Lou-ann Neel, Sandra Dametto
Original Symphonic Arrangement and Composition by J. Douglas Dodd
Original Contemporary Choreography by Margo Kane and Geraldine Manossa
Permission for use of Traditional Songs and Dances granted by 'Namgis Hereditary Chiefs
Performed by the Gwa'wina Singers and Dancers, Alert Bay, B.C.
Thanks to the Aboriginal Dance Training and Performance Program, and the following Banff Centre departments: Theatre Arts, Music & Sound, Creative Electronic Environment
Guy Sioui Durand
The Banff Centre
President and CEO
Director, Information and Technology Services
Director of Operations, Media and Visual Arts
Arts Marketing Officer
Director General, eServices
Director General, Canadian Culture Online
Christene Hirschfeld of Boyne Clarke, Barristers
© 2004 The Banff Centre