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The Abenaki - People of the Dawn By G. Scott MacLeod
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Identity is often revealed in the most perilous situations. In The Abenaki – People of the Dawn, it is Joe Obomsawin’s intimate knowledge of the back roads and hidden trails on the... More > frontiers of Quebec and New England that narrowly saves a group of bootleggers from capture. The escape also provides the impetus for his character’s powerful and deeply personal retelling of the history of his people. Huddled around a fire in a remote cabin, Obomsawin unfolds the tragic, improbable and inspiring story of the Abenaki nation, reduced from 50,000 to some 1,500 over a few hundred years of colonial settlement. A collaboration between author and storyteller Mike Burns and director G. Scott MacLeod as part of the animated series The Water of Life, The Abenaki – People of the Dawn fuses traditional pencil animation with new digital media to tell the harrowing tale of a people’s struggle for survival.< Less
Griffintown: A Self Guided Urban History Walk By G. Scott MacLeod
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This project documents 21 of the key residential and industrial buildings and historical sites remaining in Griffintown, an historic Montreal neighbourhood that birthed the Industrial Revolution in... More > Canada and was once home to a large immigrant community. Photography, drawing and animation were used to create a visual record of these sites.< Less
The Sacred Feminine and Masculine By G. Scott MacLeod
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Photography exhibition catalogue The Sacred Feminine and Masculine by G. Scott MacLeod
Meeting with the Goddesses By G. Scott MacLeod
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Meeting with the Goddesses is a chapter title I have taken from Joseph Campbell’s The Hero with a Thousand Faces, as this body of work deals with several themes centred around the sacred... More > feminine, mythology, the archetypal mind, temples and funerary objects. The first is the theme of the mystery of life, and as part of that mystery, the search for meaning embodied by the notion of goddesses—a single or multiple “source of all things.”< Less