This website is the public face of GRASAC. Here we present digital exhibits of material based on the combined knowledge of GRASAC’s contributing scholars and community researchers, and the records of host institutions. This public website was launched in June of 2014 with four exhibits curated by Crystal Migwans, a member of M'Chigeeng First Nation who is currently a doctoral student in Art History at Columbia University. New exhibits will be added in time. We hope that this website will become a resource for students of all ages wanting to learn more about the stunning art and rich histories of the Great Lakes region.

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Contributor Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, Woodland Cultural Centre, M'Chigeeng First Nation, Six Nations, Wahta, and Tyendinaga communities, Migwans, Crystal
Publisher The Great Lakes Research Alliance for the Study of Aboriginal Arts and Cultures (GRASAC)
Funder Province of Ontario, Canadian Foundation for Innovation , Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Note GRASAC was founded in 2004 by Ruth Phillips (Canada Research Chair, Department of Art History, Carleton University), Heidi Bohaker (Department of History, University of Toronto) and Darlene Johnston (Chippewas of Nawash First Nation and Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia).
Citation
GRASAC Knowledge Sharing System. (2014). GRASAC Knowledge Sharing System. The Great Lakes Research Alliance for the Study of Aboriginal Arts and Cultures (GRASAC).

Additional Files
GRASAC Website Online Exhibit
News story (Carleton.ca)