The Gather-Ring is a new public artwork inspired by two iconic symbols that are deeply rooted in Indigenous traditions, the Tree and the Dream Catcher. Professor Manuel A. Baez and Artist Charlynne Lafontaine created The Gather-Ring as an interactive art piece meant to evoke diverse cultural interpretations and offer a symbolic circle for cultural exchange, storytelling, discussion and reflection.
The exhibit can be viewed on the Portage Bridge Plaza in Ottawa until March 2018.
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