Photo courtesy of the REDress Project
St. Thomas University, Women’s Studies and Gender Studies Presents:

The REDress Project: An aesthetic response to the more than 1,000 missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada.

Jaime Black - Artist in Residence–  October 27, 2015
Jaime Black is a multidisciplinary artist of mixed Anishnaabe/Cree and European descent. Her internationally recognized installation The REDress Project explores themes of gender, identity, place and resistance through installation, photography and performance. Black’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. It is displayed at The Canadian Museum For Human Rights.

Schedule of Events
Public Artist Talk
Monday, Oct. 26 at 12pm
Mi'kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre
UNB’s Marshall d'Avray Hall, Room 356.

27 October 2015 – Installation of the REDress Project
The dresses will be on display at these locations: STU Campus at the Pergola and Other Surprise Locations, HIL Library, Commons Café, kim’s needle,  266 York St, Display Window.

The REDress Installation at STU acknowledges the generous support of:
STU’s Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
STU’s Science and Technology Studies
Harriet Irving Library
UNB’s Gender and Women’s Studies
UNB’s Mi'kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre
UNB’s Law in Society Program
UNB’s Department of Sociology
AND kim’s needle 266 York St