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A Look at the Life of Morgan Green (2008)

Morgan Green is a young female First Nations artist (aka. Native American); her life has turned from one of struggle into one of a flourishing art career, that involves not only totem pole ... See full summary »

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Morgan Green is a young female First Nations artist (aka. Native American); her life has turned from one of struggle into one of a flourishing art career, that involves not only totem pole carving, but fashion design, mask making, pottery making, knife making, teaching and so much more. This 23 year old young woman gives a major rejection to capitalism in the way she hopes to life her life; and does so with a smile, and a laugh. Her life is an inspiring one, as she lives it embracing the things that inspire her: Aboriginal art, expression, and connecting with culture, while living in the urban sprawl of Eastside Vancouver. Her life is followed for a few days by a fellow young Aboriginal artist, Métis filmmaker Kelvin Redvers, in this short documentary. Written by Anonymous

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17 April 2008 (Canada)  »

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