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Ryan Rice is co-founder of a First Nations art collective, Nation to Nation, and the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective. Nation To Nation was an “urban / local” collective based in Montreal. It functioned beyond boundaries, and was determined to reach out to the non-native and native communities (reserve and urban) to interact / socialize within a creative setting that’s art-focused. This concept was reliant on presenting art within an “event” including a diverse community, and it shifted the hierarchal / dominant structures that were built within an institutional space such as a gallery or museum. The social aspect of engaging with the creative process – performance, art, food and music– provided a welcoming atmosphere while at the same time giving way to a greater emphasis on the interaction with the artwork presented. Rice is specialized in curatorial practice, indigenous art and contemporary art. He has been working for several years within the art/museum gallery setting at various centers including the Indian Art Centre, Iroquois Indian Museum, the Walter Phillips Art Gallery and Carleton University Art Gallery. This has made his art to be very popular, particularly the framed Ryan Rice art. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Curatorial Studies from Bard College, New York, from the Center for Curatorial Studies. His exhibitions include Counting Coup, LORE, Scout's Honor, Oh So Iroquois, Perspectives on Home and Native Land, Hochelaga Revisited, and Soul Sister. At the, he was named the Audain Aboriginal Curatorial Fellow in the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria exhibition of 2014/2015.
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